Five must-see games for your new PS5

Even if you win Demon’s Souls on PS3 at that time, the PS5 remake is worth another trip through Boletaria. Not only does it look beautiful on the new hardware, but Bluepoint developers have improved some of their systems and added a few pieces of new content, including a mysterious door and ceramic coins that did not exist in the original.

Demon’s Souls has been keeping players busy since the day the PS5 was released, slowly revealing its secrets and winning over thousands of hours of gameplay from dedicated fans. It turns out that there is more to this game than pure punishment.

Astro’s Playroom

Astro's Playroom


This is less of a suggestion and more of a sincere appeal. Touch Astro’s Playroom. It comes pre-installed on the PS5 and, at first glance, appears to be a set of branded demo games designed for babies – but in fact, it’s a pleasant summary of everything the new hardware has to offer. Astro’s Playroom it’s cute and sweet, and serves as a comprehensive introduction to the PS5 in general.

Astro’s Playroom it is particularly adept at exhibiting the new features of the DualSense controller. The gamepad’s tactile feedback system responds exclusively to different textures and actions on the screen, small sounds emanate from the built-in speaker and the tension on the triggers can change instantly, unlocking a new world of pressure-sensitive mechanics.

If you have a PS5, you already have Astro’s Playroom, so go ahead and give it a try. I bet you will be pleasantly surprised.

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition


Devil May Cry 5 is already a fantastic demonic action game, but the Special edition for PS5 proves that Dante only gets better with age. Well Dante and his twin brother, Vergil, who is fully playable in the latest version. O Special edition adds the option to split the campaign as Vergil, with a moveset totally different from Dante, and the result is exciting.

Not to mention that the game itself performs excellently on the PS5, with extremely fast load times and the addition of ray tracing at 4K and 30fps, or without ray tracing at 4K and 60fps. O Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition it also features new but familiar game modes for fans looking to improve that S-rank.