Category Archives: PlayStation

Dirt 4 PlayStation 4 Review

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Codemasters have the reputation of making brilliant racing games. Rarely have they set a foot wrong with each of their racing releases and Dirt has been widely praised as the greatest rally series ever made. Dirt Rally, released in 2015 seemed to feel like a shift for the series, seemingly designed for enthusiasts. It was incredibly accurate, difficult and had Continue Reading...

Tekken 7 PlayStation 4 Review

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Family Ties. This is the focus in the latest iteration of one of Bandai Namco’s longest standing franchises to date. Tekken 7 is a true homage to the Fighting genre, long-initiated fans of the Mishima family and the many personas that surround them. With gorgeous visuals, a redefined online experience and a Story Mode that orchestrally brings together the many Continue Reading...

Injustice 2 Review

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Injustice 2 follows on from the Injustice Gods Among us story. This time seeing team Batman vs Team Superman call a break to take on a deadlier approaching foe, Brainiac. Injustice 2 brings a slew of new characters to the fold. The thrilling story continues were better graphics and battle styles. But does it have enough to keep you coming Continue Reading...

Wipeout Omega Collection Review

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Wipeout has been going strong on PlayStation since 1996 and has been a system classic ever since. It has, to this day, always had a special place in my heart. The Wipeout Omega Collection brings us Wipeout 2048 which was originally a Vita title, and for this collection has been upgraded for the PS4. It also has the original Wipeout Continue Reading...

MXGP 3 Review

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When I was a much younger man, with hair that wasn’t so grey and a body that didn’t ache daily, I was madly keen on motorbikes. As a young teen, I had my first race bike, a 2 stroke, air cooled, 1987 Yamaha YZ80. Following in my older brother’s footsteps, I raced at our local club in the Goulburn Valley. Continue Reading...

Call of Duty: Black Ops Three Zombie Chronicles Reader Review

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Just when we all thought Treyarch were finished with content for Call of Duty: Black Ops Three, Treyarch have surprised us all with the release of Zombie Chronicles. A Downloadable content pack featuring eight zombie maps from previous Treyarch Call of Duty titles.  Is it worth your time and money or is it a blatant cash grab? Let’s find out. Continue Reading...

RIME Review

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Shipwrecked on an island and alone with no guidance, its time to experience this beautiful Mediterranean island through the eyes of a young boy, fearless and inquisitive in a vast an open world filled with dangers.  This is RIME. Gameplay RIME is a very heartfelt single player adventure game that is developed by Tequila Works and published by Grey Boy.  Continue Reading...

Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception Review

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Atlas is recognised as one of the leaders when it comes to JRPG’s. They have quite an impressive catalogue of incredible titles. There latest release to the western world is something a little different, yet something quite familiar. Gameplay Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception, (pronounced as Ooh-tah-wah-ray-roo-mo-no) is the tale of a man, injured and alone. He awakens to find himself Continue Reading...

The Surge Review

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The Surge comes to us from developer Deck13 Interactive who also developed Lords of the Fallen. Both games have a Dark Souls-esque gameplay feeling to them and a similar play style. More and more games are being made with this souls-esque gameplay that I’m surprised a genre for this style hasn’t been coined yet. Alas with its similar play style Continue Reading...

Prey Review

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In 2006 Human Head Games invaded living rooms and abducted gamers in their first person shooter release, Prey. Native American Tommy, his girl Jen and grandfather Enisi were abducted by an alien ship known as The Sphere, which was a living organism in itself and needed to harvest lifeforms to produce the energy required to sustain itself. Prey used portals Continue Reading...

Dreamfall Chapters Review

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1999’s The Longest Journey is renowned as one of the greatest adventure games ever created. A point and click adventure, The Longest Journey was set in two parallel universes, the magical Arcadia, and the industrial world of Stark. Players were able to shift between these universes and tasked with restoring the balance and peace to the worlds. In 2006 a Continue Reading...

AFL Evolution Review – Anything but a revolution

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Australian Rules Football, for much of the population here in Australia it is more than a game. It’s part of our life, with many people living and breathing the game during the season. As our only, truly unique national sport I have always hoped that one day there would be a video game that could do it justice. Since 1991, Continue Reading...

Little Nightmares Review

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Little Nightmares comes to us from Tarsier Studios and if you didn’t get the feeling during combat then you won’t be surprised to know they worked on previous LittleBigPlanet projects in the past alongside Media Molecule. But this is a game that’s unique and entirely separate from the LittleBigPlanet games as it comes with a much darker world and story. Continue Reading...

PlayStation VR Experiences Review

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Virtual reality is quite amazing technology. The ability to take you out of your surroundings and to another place via technology altering your senses is truly remarkable. Since PSVR’s release I have had a lot of fun exploring digitally built worlds within gaming experiences. Now I have had the chance to experience real life worlds, with the release of some Continue Reading...

ZHeros Review

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Indy games have come a long way evolving from basic eight bit looking titles to some of the best looking, most creative games available. Most are able to capture your imagination in a way many triple A titles cannot. Others have the ability to take fond memories of the games of the past and present them with a modern flavour. Continue Reading...

Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castilla EX) Review

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Get ready to die repeatedly with Cursed Castilla which is a side scrolling arcade title that’s heavily similar to Ghosts ‘n Goblins.  Can you save the cursed kingdom? Gameplay Cursed Castilla is developed by Locomalito and was originally released on the PC back in late 2012.  The console versions followed recently some four years later and the version reviewed here Continue Reading...

Persona 5 Review

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Developer Atlus brings us the long awaited western release of Persona 5. After a few delays to the western release the big JRPG series Persona finally comes to us with its fifth entry but thankfully newcomers to the series can jump right in here as this is a fresh tale being told here. So was the wait worth it? Let’s Continue Reading...

Starblood Arena VR Revew

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The PSVR has been out for six months now and whilst most of the software has been quite fun, with some great experiences had, nearly all are short titles. The games that have had me going back for repeated helpings have been multi player titles, of which there are very few. Thankfully there is a new arrival to add to Continue Reading...

Kingdom Hearts 1.5 + 2.5 Remix

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Kingdom Hearts is the collaboration of both Disney Interactive and Square Enix. A match made in heaven to be completely honest. Both companies that have told some amazing stories and created wonderful characters and brought them into our homes.  So, what do you get when you put a studio behind one of the most beloved children’s tales that many adults Continue Reading...