4. Arkham Knight
I’m ranking it high because that’s where the metrics say it belongs but I’m going to be biased: I really didn’t like this game. I hated the Batmobile and felt its mechanics were somewhat forced. I also predicted the story twists rather easily compared to the older games, especially as the Red Hood movies just debuted a few years prior coinciding with a surging popularity with the character. Still, I’ll praise this game for what it accomplished for most fans: give some new mechanics, a larger world map, better graphics, and a resolution to the Arkham tale.
3. Injustice 2
So… I didn’t think it was possible to get better than Injustice. I was wrong. This game stepped up the series’ dark tone while revealing a whole lot of new characters, a deeper story campaign, accessible combat, and crazy customization options. It’s also a lot of fun and pretty much took everything that was right about the first game and stepped it up a whole new level.
2. Marvel’s Spider-Man
Ha! If you haven’t played this game you need to stop reading this and go play it right now. This is the most loyal adaptations of Spider-Man ever created. Showcasing the best of the character in terms of story, but also, just how unbelievably groundbreaking and beautiful his life is in NYC. A perfect-adaptation of Spider-Man, his problems, and even his love life, there’s a reason this is considered one of the greatest games of all-time for the PS4.