Rage 2 – PS4 | Review

Rage 2 – PS4 | Review

So, you would be forgiven if you didn’t know Rage 2 was already out. This game has managed to stay relatively under the radar compared to most games that come out nowadays. What you will likely remember from this game’s promotion is the bright madness that it showcased in its…read more >
A Plague Tale: Innocence – PS4 | Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence – PS4 | Review

As of late, games have stopped being just games, they’ve turned into epic sagas that require several weeks of intensive play to even scratch the surface of the endless pit of content we are supplied with. As a result, my pile of shame is getting alarmingly large and angry, glaring…read more >
Team Sonic Racing – PS4 | Review

Team Sonic Racing – PS4 | Review

A bit like a bus, you wait for one kart racer, then two come along almost back to back. The first one to hit (before the Crash Racing Remaster) is Team Sonic Racing. Brought to us from Sumo Digital, which previously worked on the Sonic All Star racing series and…read more >
Devious Dungeon 2 – PS4 | Review

Devious Dungeon 2 – PS4 | Review

Here we go again then, another Ratalaika game review for you to mull over. Ratalaika is heavily known in the gaming sphere for their easy to complete indie games and when on PlayStation, easy to obtain platinum trophies. I like a good platinum trophy myself and their games are normally…read more >
Castlevania Anniversary Collection – PS4 | Review

Castlevania Anniversary Collection – PS4 | Review

So Konami is back with its Second offering in its anniversary celebration. This time it is offering up its dark classic Castlevania. Castlevania is a series that will later be defined by its gameplay style sharing the term Metroidvania with Nintendo's classic series. This collection focuses on a time before…read more >
Darkwood – PS4 | Review

Darkwood – PS4 | Review

Too many games hold your hand too tightly, I remember as kid games being quite difficult. No generous checkpoints, no infinite lives, you normally had your three lives and had to make them count. Modern games, in the majority, are very forgiving. You can usually die as many times as…read more >
For The King – PS4 | Review

For The King – PS4 | Review

If you’re anything like me, then the idea of DnD is hugely captivating to you. The ability to explore with and interact with an ever-growing and continuously challenging world with your friends? What’s not to love? Well, unfortunately, I’ve never had the chance to play actual DnD – luckily, For…read more >
My Big Sister – PS4 | Review

My Big Sister – PS4 | Review

Developed by one person, My Big Sister is a top down horror indie game stylised with basic but effective pixel art. After originally releasing just on PC back in November 2019, MBS makes its way to the PS4/Vita, Xbox One and the Switch. The story centres around two sisters; you…read more >
Puyo Puyo Champions – PS4 | Review

Puyo Puyo Champions – PS4 | Review

When did Puyo Puyo get so hard!!!! Puyo Puyo champions has landed on PS4 with its new competitive version of the puzzle classic. While not held in the same regard as Tetris or even columns, I'd say it's fair to still label this title a puzzle classic. My only real…read more >