Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

In the following lines are presented few games for PlayStation with their good and bad parties. Is your choice what you want to play.
The action in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes place in the near future, in the 2054 year, a period in which private military organizations are the medium through which the great powers choose to solve "delicate" problems. Players enter into the skin of a member of such an organization - Atlas Corporation, headed by Jonathan Irons, an power-hungry character, played by the famous actor Kevin Spacey.
The novelties brought by the multiplayer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare are exoskeletons that will provide greatly increased mobility, complex customization options (including visually), via the Create-an-Operator and the concept of Supply Drops.
Advanced Warfare features 12 game modes of which Capture are not missing the Flag, Hardpoint, Team Deathmatch, Domination and Search and Destroy, or new modes such as Uplink or Momentum.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was released on November 4, 2014, for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 Xbox One.
Good parties:
• pleasant and well structured campaign
• added options by exoskeleton
• characteristic multiplayer of the series
• extremely fluent gameplay
• graphics than expected
• Kevin Spacey
Bad parties:
• co-op mode disappointing
• the story is predictable
• stability issues in the multiplayer
• outdated graphics engine

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor tells the story of Talion, an ranger killed same night in which Sauron and his armies return to Mordor. It is brought back to life by Celebrimbor, one of the greatest smiths elves, maker of the Rings of Power, cheated and killed in turn by Sauron.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor uses Nemesis System, a system which generates procedural enemies, unique to each game crossing in part.
Good parties:
• Nemesis System and what it involves
• quality graphics
• great voice acting
• game mechanics that work well
Bad parties:
• originality is not the strong point of the game
• little difficult at first, until you catch how things work
• story confusing for those unfamiliar with the universe

DriveClub is a car racing game developed by Evolution Studios exclusively for the PlayStation 4. DriveClub provides approximately 50 car from the street models and reaching the Hyper Cars such as the Pagani Zonda, and the opportunity to compete on circuits in five countries: Canada, Chile, India, Norway and Scotland.
DriveClub combines elements of simulation genres (machine control) and arcade (gathering fame points to unlock new cars), but putting emphasis on authenticity of experience (highly detailed models of cars, reproduction cycle dynamic day / night).
Unfortunately, the multiplayer component in DriveClub is underdeveloped, there are many currently issues related to inability to connect to the game servers.
DriveClub is available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
Good parties
• machine control
• models of machines and visual reproduction of damage
• excellent graphics
• dynamic cycle night / day simulation of clouds
• viewing modes (rooms) very well implemented
• not easy, especially in advanced stages
Bad parties
• unnecessarily complicated menus
• almost zero online functionality
• released without weather effects (rain, snow)