Category Archives: PlayStation

Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom PlayStation 4 Review

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Ni No Kuni returns with its sequel, Revenant Kingdom. Like the previous title, it has something few others can really claim, having a unique visual style. This is like playing a movie by Studio Ghibli, something they’ve kept. They’ve also added to the world and even the characters you explore. Gameplay Combat though not the heart of this game is Continue Reading...

World of Warriors PlayStation 4 Review

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It is not very of often that you see a title that has been released on mobile get ported to either the PS4 or Xbox One. Mind Candy has attempted this with their turn-based RPG game World of Warriors three years after its mobile release, introducing it exclusively to the PS4. World of Warriors was quite popular on the mobile Continue Reading...

Attack on Titan 2 (AOT2) PlayStation 4 Review

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Attack on Titan 2 or AOT 2 is the sequel to the well received first entry in the series. Now since the release of the second season of the television series we have a sequel which not only covers the second season but goes back over the first season as well. Something that owners of the first may find annoying Continue Reading...

Bravo Team PlayStation VR Review

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It has been a great time of late for PSVR owners, with a steady stream of quality titles being released over the last two months. Supermassive games have also had a purple patch with a great response, both from critics and gamers for their last three years of releases. They are no stranger to the format, with Until Dawn: Blood Continue Reading...

Frantics Playstation 4 Review

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The list of PlayLink games for the PS4 is growing and Frantics is here now to give you a party-style game for you and your friends to challenge, cooperate and sabotage with each other. It is time to put down the controller, pull out your phone and play Frantics. Gameplay Frantics is a PlayLink title meaning you play this game Continue Reading...

Secret of Mana PlayStation 4 & Vita Review

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Join us as Chris takes an indepth look at Secret of Mana for the PlayStation 4 and Vita systems.  You can watch our full review right below. Thank you to Bandai Namco for providing a copy of Secret of Mana for review purposes....

Moss PlayStation VR Review

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When people think of VR gaming a few genres come to mind. First-person horror, flight simulators, first person shooters and adrenaline sports titles seem like the most logical fit. Surprisingly though, there has been a number of puzzle games that have worked quite well. When I first saw the trailer for Polyarc’s Moss for PSVR, I was interested but not Continue Reading...

Apex Construct PlayStation VR Review

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Every so often you find a new development house that is formed from a talented crew that has previously worked together on block buster games. I always get excited when I see this happen. Fast Travel Games is one of the latest studios to appear enriched with talent from huge teams such as DICE, Guerrilla Games and Ubisoft, who believe Continue Reading...

Pop-Up Pilgrims PlayStation VR Review

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When people think of VR gaming they instantly presume first person titles that attempt to deliver a realistic setting and concentrating on immersion. It is true, most of the titles available are of this ilk, but every so often a new concept pops up. I have played a few 3rd person games now and found that the quality has been Continue Reading...

The Inpatient PlayStation VR Review

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In 2015 Supermassive Games attempted, somewhat successfully, to change the way horror games are delivered. Until Dawn took a great cast of friends, put them into a typical horror scenario and blended exploration and interaction with a script and styling that merged film like quality with gameplay. It was met with positivity from both critics and gamers and led to Continue Reading...

Monster Hunter World Playstation 4 Review

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The Monster Hunter games series has been extremely popular over the years and it was clear Monster Hunter World would break all boundaries that limited the scope of the earlier titles with the power of this generation’s consoles. This is my first time to the franchise and I’m curious how it presents to a newcomer as opposed to a veteran. Continue Reading...

Lost Sphear PlayStation 4 Review

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Classic JRPG ambition. Lost Sphear is Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest attempt at capturing 90’s JRPG fans once over, and in almost every regard, it has succeeded in doing so. With heavy influences from both classic JRPGs and new-age renditions, Lost Sphear creates a touching story and likeable characters, making for a solid JRPG title to add to your library across Continue Reading...

Shadow of the Colossus PlayStation 4 Review

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A colossal reimagining. 2005 may go down as one of my most memorable and favourable years in gaming. I was blessed with the presence of three incredible games, two of which kickstarted or defined a series. These three memorable titles included the action cult classic God of War, sim racing staple Gran Turismo 4, and a newcomer to the gaming Continue Reading...

PlayLink Review Roundup

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Couch co-op meets mobile. E3 2017 was an exciting, tantalising look at new software holding full intention to blow our socks off, new hardware to blast our retinas into a native 4K utopian future. Then – PlayLink, one of the more interesting new features making its way to Playstation 4 consoles by years end. It’s truly an announcement I initially Continue Reading...

Hand of Fate 2 PlayStation 4 Review

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Hand of fate was a unique, fresh feeling title that had some interesting ideas but also had some flaws. I loved it, the combat was a little bare but the idea and feel of the game seemed to mix tabletop gaming, D&D and RPG gaming all into one nicely flavoured meal. I am not the only one who loved it, Continue Reading...

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds PS4 Review

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Horizon Zero Dawn draws players back to its world with The Frozen Wilds DLC. An amazing and worthy chunk of content that gamers shouldn’t stray from. Time to pick that controller up again and experience more of the world of Horizon Zero Dawn by taking a trip to the Frozen Wilds. Gameplay If Horizon Zero Dawn taught me anything it Continue Reading...

PAX 2017: Detroit Become Human hands on

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To say Quantic Dream is a polarizing development studio would be an understatement. They build games with attention to connecting with the player on an emotional level, in doing so some sacrifices have been made in regards to the usual model of game play deployed by others. I loved Heavy Rain, even though the control scheme left much to be Continue Reading...

Gran Turismo Sport PlayStation 4 Review

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Gran Turismo has been Sony’s pride and joy racing title since the halcyon days of the PS1. Sony dubbed the series; The Real Driving Simulator, and it has always delivered on the promise of a being a deep racing experience with an unmatched single player experience. Fast forward to now and things are about to do a radical gear shift, Continue Reading...

WRC 7 PlayStation 4 Review

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With so many driving games available it is often hard to differentiate each and make one stand out from the crowded market. Making things even harder to stand out is the quality of these titles that are available. WRC 6 was a fun entry, that looked good but suffered from a few limitations. WRC 7 has arrived; can it push Continue Reading...