Star Wars Battlefront PS4 The sole happy consequence of another winter of unavoidable Star Wars hype is the release of Battlefront’s free DLC, X-Wing VR Mission. It’s perhaps a little slower than we’d like, but we can’t fault EA for prizing accessibility over intensity where Star Wars is concerned. Regardless, the result is delicious, an intoxicating spot of fan service screaming to be expanded into a full game. Pixeljunk Shooter PS4 Dipping back into Q-Games’ blaster for a father/son co-op run reveals its suitability not only as a great game for kids, but also an excellent way to teach children some physics. Lava melts ice; water solidifies lava. Then there’s that purple magnetised liquid, and the giant rock worm’s gastric juices, creating control-sapping gas bubbles… OK, perhaps it’s not entirely textbook. Watch Dogs 2 PS4 Open-world games that give you weapons have a horrible tendency to get out of hand. If you haven’t ever been chased out of a settlement by what feels like a village’s entire population, you’ve not really played Skyrim properly. With fellow humans in Watch Dogs 2’ s mix, though, Ubisoft pushes things to a new level. Being pursued by not only the police but a pair of hunters named neocortex999 and big_nutz86 really gets you thinking about your wild misdeeds.