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The Blackout Club – PS4 | Review

The Blackout Club – PS4 | Review

The Blackout Club has finally offered its membership to console players, after being in early access on Steam since October 2018. Has the jump onto consoles given us a more complete experience? You play as an adolescent in the seemingly normal small town of Redacre, which is in a National…read more >
Kill La Kill IF – PS4 | Review

Kill La Kill IF – PS4 | Review

Kill La Kill IF is a fighting game based on the original anime series. As someone not initiated to this series, this game served as an introduction for me. I checked out the anime to get an idea of the story and theme and from what I can tell, Kill…read more >
Wolfenstein: Youngblood – PS4 | Review

Wolfenstein: Youngblood – PS4 | Review

The first nazi kill of the game is approaching and both Blazkowicz sisters are undoubtedly nervous about the inevitable. The deed doesn’t quite go to plan, my character steps on a discarded tape, alerting the Nazi guard to our presence. My characters stabs him, only stumbling the racist fellow when…read more >
Attack On Titan 2 (A.O.T.2) – PS4 | Review

Attack On Titan 2 (A.O.T.2) – PS4 | Review

The popularity of Attack On Titan is undeniable. When the anime was released in 2013 it took the world by storm, it became nigh-on impossible to go online without hearing about the latest episode or fan theories on the adventures of Eren Jaeger and his squad. And that hype has…read more >
I’m Hungry – PSVR | Review

I’m Hungry – PSVR | Review

I’m Hungry for PSVR will put your burger serving skills to the test as you manage incoming orders at your takeaway place. One thing is for certain, you will definitely be hungry after playing it for a few hours. You are a pair of hands preparing chips, fizzy drinks, burgers…read more >
We. The Revolution – PS4 | Review

We. The Revolution – PS4 | Review

I enjoyed studying history in my school days, yet our focus was WW2 and the Vietnam War. Luckily playing this game I was able to get an understanding about the brutal period of the French Revolution. Which hopefully means you can too. Here is a little breakdown of what happened…read more >
New Star Manager – PS4 | Review

New Star Manager – PS4 | Review

It seems to be the trend recently to port free-to-play mobile games to home consoles. This started with Angry Birds and has become more and more common, with varying degrees of success. New Star Manager first released on mobile in 2018, then Steam, Switch, and now PS4. At a time…read more >
Blazing Chrome – PS4 | Review

Blazing Chrome – PS4 | Review

It’s strange when a game sparks a memory; I remember playing Metal Slug in a random bar in Ibiza at the tender age of 5. Asking for more money after dying from the 15th time on the first stage, yet alas my request was denied and I walked away not…read more >
Streets of Rogue – PS4 | Review

Streets of Rogue – PS4 | Review

If there is one word that I really like to hear when a game is described, it's rogue-lite. I love games that are different every time I play. Games like Binding of Isaac and Dead Cells have provided me with hundreds and hundreds of hours of entertainment. You never know…read more >
Lethal League Blaze – PS4 | Review

Lethal League Blaze – PS4 | Review

Oh man, I have some good memories from playing the original Lethal League. Lethal League is a competitive projectile fighting game where you have to hit an anti-gravity ball into the face of your opponent to win. This is a simple yet effective formula that resulted in memorable moments playing…read more >
They Are Billions – PS4 | Review

They Are Billions – PS4 | Review

Real-time strategy games (RTS) are a rare breed on consoles and it was surprising to hear that They Are Billions would be coming to PS4. This is a game that has launched to critical acclaim on PC; the natural platform for this genre of game. Unless built from the ground…read more >
Bouncy Bullets – PS4 | Review

Bouncy Bullets – PS4 | Review

Aside from vibrant visuals, Bouncy Bullets doesn't offer anything exciting. It's a straightforward point a to point b affair, which doesn't get any better as you play. After the first few very easy levels, obstacles are added to the platforming in an effort to create challenge. Some areas will have…read more >
Stranger Things 3: The Game – PS4 | Review

Stranger Things 3: The Game – PS4 | Review

The Stranger Things universe is expanding into other media which make a lot of sense, especially given the show's inspirations. This is now the children from Hawkins second adventure in video game form, breaking away from its mobile debut and releasing on consoles and PC on the same day the…read more >
Paradox Soul – PS4 | Review

Paradox Soul – PS4 | Review

In an age of remakes and reboots, everyone is trying to get a slice of the nostalgia cake (with cute, money-filled frosting!). Activision recently wowed people with the Crash Bandicoot and Crash Team Racing remakes, and Team17 have tried their hand at few genres through their Yooka-Laylee series. With these…read more >