Let’s not beat around the bush here. Besides Death Stranding, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and Resident Evil 2, 2019 has been a poor year for major video game releases on PlayStation 4.
The AAA space has seen the likes of ANTHEM’s disappointment and seemingly big titles come and go without an ounce of post-launch chatter in the space of 365 days, to the point where the PS4’s penultimate year of relevance could very easily be considered its worst since 2014.
Many games haven’t quite lived up to expectations, but there has always been a light at the end of the tunnel. 2020, which has been seen as a bit of a gaming Mekkah for the longest time, is almost upon us. Containing huge first-party and multi-platform releases, it’s easy to see why PS4 fans are getting excited for the year ahead. However, is it too in danger of falling victim to the hype cycle?
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