See Our June 2018 Players’ Choice and Editor’s Choice Picks

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See Our June 2018 Players’ Choice and Editor’s Choice Picks

Players name The Crew 2 June 2018’s best new game, while PS Blog and PS Store editors pick their favorites from the second quarter of 2018.

Thank you all for voting in June’s Players’ Choice poll! This month, we took a little extra time and rounded up a new set of Editor’s Choice picks for games released between April and June this year — enjoy!

June 2018 Players’ Choice Winner: The Crew 2

Players Choice June 2018 Winner: The Crew 2

Competition was fierce this month, but Ubisoft’s open-America racer The Crew 2 pulled away from the pack and racked up enough votes to claim the victory. Runners up included Vampyr, Unravel Two, and The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. Congratulations!

Three months have passed since we selected our first batch of Editor’s Choice picks for the year, so we’re back with a fresh roundup for the second quarter of 2018. Read on for the biggest standout games of the past three months, as played by the editors of PlayStation.Blog and PlayStation Store. Peruse all of our picks at PlayStation Store, and maybe even add a new game or two to your library. We’ll vouch for ’em!

God of War
Sid Shuman // PlayStation.Blog

God of War

One of PS4’s best games reinvents a classic antihero. The brutal combat is satisfying, and the Norse setting spellbinding, but the father-son relationship will truly move you. Bold, beautiful, and unmissable.
Detroit: Become Human
Kristen Titus // SIEA Social Media
Detroit: Become Human
Top-notch graphics and an astounding level of player choice all make Quantic Dream’s ambitious narrative adventure a marvel worth playing again and again. Navigating Kara, Markus and Connor’s world is moving, inspired and above all, fun.
Onrush
Andy Yen // PlayStation Store
Onrush
Imagine a racing game where winning isn’t based being 1st.Team-based objectives and bone-crunching takedowns make for a fresh, yet thrilling ride. From the studio behind Motorstorm, OnRush is a combination of racing, battling, and a MOBA.
Minit
Justin Massongill // PlayStation.Blog
Minit
An example of a clever mechanic executed well, Minit moves quickly and never overstays its welcome. This micro-adventure manages to feel grand in its own way, and it’s appropriately lo-fi soundtrack complements the journey perfectly.
Moonlighter
Justin Massongill // PlayStation.Blog
Moonlighter
A brilliant take on the crowded roguelite dungeon-crawler genre, switching often enough between adventuring and shop/town management to prevent you from getting bored of either. Beautiful art, animation & music seal the deal.
Laser League
Andy Yen // PlayStation Store
Laser League
Laser League is a thrilling futuristic sport in which you must eliminate your opponents with deadly laser grids. Each match is tense and kinetic and every win feels like a triumph. It’s an absolute blast and the perfect party game.

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  • What are the opinions on Moonlighter?

  • God of war and Detroit eeeee

  • Is Sony phasing out PSN cards?

  • The Crew 2? Really? That game doesn’t seem much better than a 6/10 range. Cool ideas/concept, but an empty world for the most part. It really needed more to do.

  • I have only bought God of War from these games, and I think it is awesome, one of the best games I have ever played in my PS4. As I’m saving money to Shenmue I and II, Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2, Fallout 76 and Resident Evil 2 Remake, I don’t think I’ll buy Detroit Become Human anytime so soon, despite I am a fan of Quantic Dreams. So many games, so few bucks to spend…

  • Detroit Becoming Human is my first opinion…
    When you release PSN card’s…

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