Category Archives: PS4

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...

Minecraft Story Mode Season 2 PlayStation 4 Review

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Telltale Games’ Minecraft Story Mode is back with season 2. While the season is not yet done with I’m here to give you my thoughts on what the game has to offer thus fun in terms of gameplay and any changes that have come since season one. Gameplay Let’s be honest. A good chunk of us know the format of Continue Reading...

Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Review

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Capcom is back at it again in the ring with Marvel. It has been roughly over 6 years since we were graced with the beauty of a fighting game that was Marvel vs Capcom 3. Now in 2017, Capcom brings to us Marvel vs Capcom Infinite with new fighting abilities and a new art style. However, is Marvel vs Capcom Continue Reading...

Knack 2 PlayStation 4 Review

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I like the idea of Knack, a character that can grow in size by collecting various relics to become a force to be reckoned with.  It’s different to most action platformer games out there, yet still feels like a challenge in some parts.  However, does Knack 2 improve over the shortcomings of the first title, or is it more of Continue Reading...

F1 2017 Review

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F1 is back again for 2017 from developer Codemasters. Has it dramatically changed for the better, like last year’s version over its 2015 entry or have we been given more of the same? Gameplay First thing I must tip my hat off to with this game is its settings. F1 is really opened up to you for whatever you might Continue Reading...

Everybody’s Golf Review

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No Bogey. On the dawn of its 20th anniversary, Everybody’s Golf has returned with a stellar iteration that exemplifies what every golf game, both arcade and sim, should look, feel, and play like in the year 2017. Striking a perfect balance of fun, skill and relaxing gameplay, Yokohama-based development studio Clap Hanz have driven home a hole-in-one in what might Continue Reading...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review

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The Uncharted series is unquestionably one of the best collection of games available for the Playstation 4. In fact, they were the main titles that convinced me to purchase the console. The immersive story lines, characters and environments are simply amazing. The newly released Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is promising to be a significant addition however going in, I had Continue Reading...

Madden 18 Review

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It’s that time of the year again, football time. That’s American football, Grid Iron, the NFL or whatever it is you prefer to call it. The NFL has seen a rise in popularity on our shores over the last five years, and I for one am hugely excited for the new season. As a Colts fan, I do say this Continue Reading...

Matterfall Review

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Back in 2013 when the PS4 was released (yes it has been that long), Resogun was one of the launch titles available, and quite possibly the best game available. It was the first free PS+ title for the PS4 and a simple, yet brilliant shooter developed by Sony-owned, Housemarque. Housemarque has been known for making quality, digital titles with a Continue Reading...

Theseus PlayStation VR Review

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Roman mythology has a long list of tales of warriors against incredible odds that generally end in triumph followed with tragedy. None are more tragic than the tale of Theseus and the Minotaur.  For those out of the know, I suggest looking it up, it does not detract from the newly released PSVR title I am here to review, Theseus, Continue Reading...

Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy PS4 Review – Platforming meets punishment

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Platforming meets punishment. When an aged gamer recounts their gaming story, a reference to ‘the game that started it all’ is anything but a scarcity. Gamers of the early 80’s might tell you their story of arcade flashbacks, and pounding countless shrapnel into a Space Invaders or Ms. Pacman arcade cabinet, or their amazement of being gifted their very first Continue Reading...

Micro Machines PlayStation 4 Review

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Nostalgia in gaming seems to be a trend lately with remakes of old classics or sequels to old favourites are being released lately. This time an old classic title returns with the top down video game Micro Machines World series, which boasts beautiful graphics and chaotic modes filled with other tiny Micro Machines. Prepare to be challenged. Gameplay Repetition is Continue Reading...

Hunting Simulator PlayStation 4 Review

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I just don’t get hunting, or at least trophy hunting. There is something about humans with guns shooting animals from a distance whilst unaware that doesn’t sit well with me. Perhaps it is due to me being all about giving a sporting chance. I’d much rather see how the hunter would fair if the animals had lasers attached, or vice Continue Reading...

Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku PlayStation 4 Review

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‘Not another Pixel Dungeon Crawler’ Uniqueness shines bright in NIS’ latest title, Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!, through its intriguing dungeon crawling gameplay, gorgeous pixel art and glowing personality. While the dungeons do lack variety at times and can be downright tedious and repetitive, the short-burst style of dungeon design and ‘pick-up-and-play’ approachability makes this a recommendation as a staying Continue Reading...

Valkyria Revolution Playstation 4 Review

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The Art of War. Sega and Media.Visions’ Valkyria Revolution is a deviation from the legacy of the original franchise, in both style, game mechanics and art of the Chronicles titles, whilst still leaving the core premise intact. While the heavily story-driven approach and hours upon hours of cutscenes might deter some (some of which cannot be skipped), there’s a wonderfully Continue Reading...