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Attack on Titan 2 (PS4) Review

Attack on Titan 2 (PS4) Review

When I started playing Attack on Titan 2 I was confused, I was getting an immense feeling of deja vu as I played throughout the story – I’ve been here before, I know this story, what’s going on? I’ve not ...
The 25th Ward: The Silver Case (PS4) Review

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case (PS4) Review

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case is a sequel to The Silver Case, which was released on PS4 back in 2017. The 25th Ward was originally developed by Suda51 via Grasshopper Manufacturer back in 2005 and was only released on certain ...
The Raven: Remastered (PS4) Review

The Raven: Remastered (PS4) Review

What I love about KING Art Games is their love of the adventure game/point-and-click genre. Recently we had Black Mirror, which I thought was great, and they also created the iconic ‘Book of Unwritten Tales’ series. The team are back with ...
Deiland (PS4) Review

Deiland (PS4) Review

I recently became aware of the PlayStation Talent program in Spain whilst I was reviewing Timothy vs. the Aliens. Since then, I’ve decided to keep an eye on games emerging from the program as there are a load of great ...
Fear Effect: Sedna (PS4) Review

Fear Effect: Sedna (PS4) Review

Fear Effect and its sequel have garnered a kind of cult following over the years, the 3rd person puzzle solving crossed with stealth, action and the supernatural made it perfect for those who enjoyed both Metal Gear and Resident Evil. Fast forward ...
de Blob 2 (PS4) Review

de Blob 2 (PS4) Review

THQ Nordic is on a roll at the moment, they have released some excellent remasters of their back catalogue, like de Blob, along with some new content like Black Mirror and Rad Rodgers. Not only this, they have also acquired ...
Perfect Angle (PS4) – Review

Perfect Angle (PS4) – Review

Do you ever wake up at night, look at the wall and see a dark, shadowy figure watching you from the corner of the room with the look of death in his eyes? Upon seeing this, you instantly turn on ...
North (PS4) Review

North (PS4) Review

I played through and completed North on PS4 yesterday and even though it’s still very fresh in my mind with its unusual aesthetic and horrifying visuals, I’m finding it so hard to put into words what I actually played. I ...
The Station (PS4) Review

The Station (PS4) Review

The Station intrigued me when I first heard about it a few weeks ago. Upon entering their website, I was presented with an application form for a new job – it was to apply for their next journey into space ...
Suicide Guy (PS4) Review

Suicide Guy (PS4) Review

Going off the title and marketing image, you would be forgiven if you believe that Suicide guy, from Chubby Pixel, was a game about being unable to cope and looking for a way to end it. However, that’s only partially ...
Rad Rodgers (PS4) Review

Rad Rodgers (PS4) Review

How many people out there remember the old school platformers? I’m not talking about your Marios, Sonics or even your Bubsys – I’m talking about games such as Jazz Jackrabbit, Commander Keen and Ruff’n’Tumble. These are 90’s era platformers that ...
Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) Review

Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) Review

Monster Energy Supercross (or Monster Energy AMA Supercross – FIM World Championship: The Official Videogame – to give it it’s full title!) is the latest game from Italian developer, Milestone S.r.l. – they are a common name in the world of ...
Crossing Souls (PS4) Review

Crossing Souls (PS4) Review

Crossing Souls is yet another Kickstarter success story – these seem to be on a roll this month! Raising $51k out of a $45k goal, Fourattic has teamed up with Devolver Digital to bring their game to PC and PS4 (with ...
The Longest Five Minutes (PS Vita) Review

The Longest Five Minutes (PS Vita) Review

I simply adore NIS America as they seem to know me inside out – pretty much every title they develop or publish instantly makes me want to buy them, even the controversial Tokyo Tattoo Girls which still doesn’t sync with PSN, ...
Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition (PS4, PS Vita) Review

When I was a wee lad, I used to play a lot of beat ’em ups before I became obsessed with RPGs and adventure games. I used to love the feeling of being in control, taking out anyone who so much ...
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