Knowledge is Power (PS4)
Party 24 October 2017
Knowledge is Power is a party game where we – alone or with other players - take part in various quizzes. It was developed by one of Sony’s internal studios. The game is kind of a spiritual successor of the Buzz! series that was released on PlayStation 2 and later on PSP and PlayStation 3. The game uses the PlayLink app that connects our smartphone or tablet with our console. We take part in a tournament that checks our knowledge in all kinds of fields of science and culture. The game offers hundreds of randomly selected questions. We can play alone or with up to five more additional players in local or online multiplayer.
That's You! (PS4)
Party 04 July 2017
A social quiz game by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The game utilizes the mobile app PlayLink, which means that you require a phone or a tablet with either Android or iOS. The game needs to be played by at least two people, using one TV set or via the Internet. The gameplay consists of answering questions regarding the other players, such as “Who would laugh at their teacher's lame joke?” From time to time you also have to fulfill random orders, take photos, and draw simple pictures. The answers given by the players are shown on screen as pleasant animations.
Party 06 March 2018
A collection of party and arcade mini-games, created by Sony company in cooperation with Dutch studio NapNok for up to four players. The players start their adventure with Frantic by choosing one of two animal avatars that will represent them in a virtual world. Then they compete with each other in various arcade challenges, most of which require not only skill and good reactions, but more than anything they test wits and the ability to bluff. The game requires each player to possess their own tablet or smartphone with PlayLink application installed, since it is used to interact with characters on TV screen and perform tasks and challenges. It is up to players to decide if they want to cooperate or compete with each other on their way to victory.
Just Dance 2019 (PS4)
Party Thursday, 25 October 2018
Another entry in the popular series of rhythm games developed by Ubisoft. The players assume the role of dancers and are tasked with recreating the moves presented on the screen of the TV. The game features 40 new songs, including Bruno Mars’ and Cardi B’s Finesse (Remix), Daddy Yankee’s Shaky Shaky and LPP’s Fire.
Carnival Games (2018) (PS4)
Party 06 November 2018
A compilation of twenty mini-arcade games, in which the players can try their hand at various competitions, including standard games such as Post Master and some more crazy tasks, with led by drone racing.
Slam Land (PS4)
Party 07 August 2018
An action party multiplayer game. In Slam Land, the players participate in wacky disciplines in order to make a friendly giant happy. His only entertainment is to watch the matches between comical participants.
Just Dance 2018 (PS4)
Party 24 October 2017
One of the many installments in the series of dance/party games released annually by Ubisoft. Similarly to what the players may know from previous editions, your task is to follow the choreographies performed by colorful characters dancing on the screen. The more accurately you repeat their moves, the higher the score you get. Just Dance 2018 offers several dozen pop songs, both classic hits and new releases. That latter category includes: Clean Bandit ft.Sean Paul & Anne-Marie – Rockabye, Bruno Mars – 24K Magic, Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj – Side to Side, Bebe Rexha ft. Lil Wayne – The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody), Jamiroquai – Automaton, Shakira ft. Maluma – Chantaje, Hyuna – Bubble Pop, Hatsune Miku – Love Ward, Groove Century – Daddy Cool, Big Freedia – Make it Jingle. Just Dance 2018 uses dedicated motion controllers and cameras or a special mobile app for monitoring players’ moves.
Let's Sing 2018 (PS4)
Party 20 October 2017
Another entry in the music series Let’s Sing that tests the vocal skills of players. The game can be played alone or with several friends. The title features thirty hit songs from the first places of world top lists.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (PS4)
Party 13 October 2016
An original co-op logic game developed by an independent studio Steel Crate Games. One player assumes the role of a person who needs to defuse a bomb, while other players have to tell him how to do it. The ticking clock and the fact that each bomb is generated randomly make the title even more difficult. The person tasked with defusing has to supply the other players with detailed information which will enable them to identify the type of the bomb they are currently dealing with. Due to the nature of Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, you will need only one copy of the game and the bomb defusal manual, which can be found at http://www.bombmanual.com/, to play with friends. The title features simple and transparent graphics as well as optional support of VR devices, which are, however, not required to play the game.
Rock Band 4 (PS4)
Party 06 October 2015
The fourth major installment of the popular music game series that was started in 2007 by Harmonix, the creators of a similar franchise called Guitar Hero. In the title, we assume the role of rock band members — a guitarist, a vocalist, or a drummer (keyboard, introduced in Rock Band 3, is no longer available). Depending on our role in the band, the fun boils down to rhythmically pressing the keys of the virtual instrument, tapping the beat on a special drum kit, or recreating the vocals as faithfully as possible. For the purposes of the game, designed with next-gen platforms in mind, new versions of the existing instruments were created, although the production supports all older editions, as well. Apart from a large set of new tracks, we can also use every song we had bought in the previous installments of the Rock Band series so we don’t have to buy them again.
Party 05 June 2018
A party game, in which the players have to answer different questions about them, while others have to guess these answers. Awkward features a multiplayer mode for up to 6 players and a single player mode (in which the players can compare their answers with other players from all over the world). Moreover, the players can stream their playthrough online.
SingStar Celebration (PS4)
Party 24 October 2017
Another entry in the popular music series. During the game up to eight players can sing together the most popular pop music songs.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X (PS4)
Party 25 August 2016
The seventh installment in the arcade music game series by SEGA. To play the game you need a good sense of rhythm and quick fingers to push the buttons appearing on screen. As usual, the main characters are the virtual vocalists, Miku Hatsune being the most prominent. Their digital voices are generated by professional music software, which has been used by fans to create thousands of songs from many genres; several dozens of them make an appearance in the game. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X is the first title in the series featuring a story campaign, in which you help Miku and other characters discover the digital idol world. As the game progresses, you unlock new cutscenes and events, similar to the previous installments. The production features several hundreds of outfits and accessories for the characters, and completing an outfit matching a song gets you a bonus. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X utilizes the same graphic engine as the other games in the franchise, although its visuals are better.
Just Sing (PS4)
Party 06 September 2016
A karaoke game created by iNiS. It is a spin-off of one of Ubisoft's flagship franchises - Just Dance, a series developed since 2009. In contrast to Just Dance, Just Sing requires the player to sing along the lyrics which are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The game monitors the player's voice and reads the movements of their lips in order to evaluate their performance. Just Sing features the latest hits and can be enjoyed in several game modes, both for single and multiplayer experience (up to 4 players). An opportunity to shoot one's own video clip is an additional feature of the game, but the player can also share their clips with others. The game requires either Kinect or PlayStation Camera. Having neither of these devices, the player can still enjoy the game with a smartphone in their hand (a special application needs to be installed first).
A multiplayer arcade game, in which we literally take the opponents’ heads and use them to score points by shooting goals like in soccer, bowling or throwing them into the basket. The game also has a special single player mode called Zombie.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone (PS4)
Party 23 June 2016
Another installment of the arcade series of music games available on Sony consoles and in the arcades. The game was developed by SEGA. The title focuses on the songs performed by six virtual vocalists originating from a professional music application created by Crypton Future Media. There are more than 200 tracks of various genres available in the game. The tracks were composed by fans from all over the world during the few last years. There are also some completely new tracks created for this edition of the game. Mechanics of the game aren’t much different from the ones in its predecessors and in other music games. During the game a music video is shown on the screen and the player must quickly and precisely press the correct buttons. In contrast to its predecessors, Project Diva Future Tone doesn’t offer the option to interact with the characters or design their rooms. However, one can still unlock various accessories and costumes for them.
Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator (PS4)
Party 31 May 2017
An original logic game developed by the independent studio Vile Monarch. The players take part in insult duels in various environments and against a variety of different characters — we can even engage in verbal fencing with a cranky old lady, fake Russian, or a hipster. Available insults that we select from a long list can be combined into spectacular combos. Our activities on the unusual battlefield are watched over a special point-awarding system, and the highest award can also be acquired after creating a critical insult. In Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator, we can play both solo and against other players — the multiplayer mode allows us to play over the Internet or on a split-screen. The game features simple graphics, fully voiced dialogues, and a unique humor that brings Monty Python's Flying Circus to mind.