I own the 1TB model of the PS4.

Divekick Addition Edition +
Video length: 17:20
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with The Fencer. The Fencer is a character originally featured in Nidhogg, who made his way into Divekick as part of a free update. By picking up his weapon he can throw it at opponents, making the game much easier to beat than with any of the other characters.





Call of Duty: Blacks Ops III
Video length: See times on playlist
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

The third Black Ops game (see the PS3 page for playthroughs of the previous two) is a sequel that's pratically in name only. The story for this is utterly bizarre, such a level where you have to fight zombies at one point. The levels are all really long as well, making it tough to get through them without getting killed once.





Street Fighter V
Video length: 12:27
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Difficulty level: 1 out of 5

Playthrough of the tutorial mode (where you play as Ryu) and then followed up with a playthrough of Ryu's story mode. Street Fighter V has been roasted for its lack of content, the game currently doesn't even feature an arcade mode, so this is all you get for now. The CPU is really easy to beat in story mode, so hopefully I'll be able to do an arcade mode playthrough if said mode gets added to the game.





Ultra Street Fighter IV
Video length: 29:30
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

This port was a disaster when it was released, as it featured several bugs and glitches. By the time I purchased it some patches had been put out and from what I've read, the game now works fine. This is a playthrough of arcade mode with Ryu, fighting Evil Ryu for the hidden boss fight.

All of the Street Fighter IV games are easy to get through, as you can usually just keep using a fully-charged focus attack and they won't do anything to stop you most of the time. Once the focus attack hits, follow it up with whatever you want (super move, combo, throw etc) and then repeat.