Tokyo Tattoo Girls is a strategy game released on Vita from Sushi Typhoon Games. It involves giving anime girls tattoos in order to give them stronger powers. What’s not to like about that? After a catastrophe Tokyo has been quarantined and separated into twenty-three wards. Girls throughout Tokyo have started […]

Tokyo Tattoo Girls – Vita Review

Of all the topics to base a game on a gaming podcast maybe isn’t the first which springs to mind.  Oddly though this is just what 99Vidas has done and the resultant game is a side scrolling beat ‘em up.  These kind of games were all the rage in the late 80s […]

99Vidas – PS4 Review

Son of Scoregasm is a twin-stick shooter from one-man developer Charlie’s Games and is very much a love letter to the genre.  Not in any poetic sense, but rather in the way that the game distills the genre down to its roots and focuses on all the best aspects while […]

Son of Scoregasm – PS Vita Review

Star Ocean: The Last Hope was originally released as a 360 exclusive, back when Japan supporting Microsoft was still a thing. It was later ported to PS3 and now we have it on PS4 in the form of, brace yourselves, Star Ocean: The Last Hope – 4K & HD Remaster. […]

Star Ocean: The Last Hope – 4K & Full HD ...

Not only am I not a games developer but I’m pretty sure that if I devoted myself one hundred percent to learning how to make them, I wouldn’t be able to make something capable of being sold on PSN if you gave me an entire year off to learn the […]

Boiling Bolt – PS4 Review

Indie games can often have a single strong idea to carry through the gameplay and that’s just what  Let Them Come does.  Armed with a sentry gun, a boombox and loads of bullets your task is to destroy a near endless wave of hostile aliens.  Riffing on the sentry gun scene in […]

Let Them Come – PS4 Review

Black Mirror is a reboot of the PC game from 2003 and tells the tale of spooky goings on in a Scottish country house. I must admit this game totally passed me by during its first PC outing and I personally don’t think the name carries enough weight to justify rebooting […]

Black Mirror – PS4 Review

The DOOM reboot last year impressed many people. I actually only finished playing it a couple of weeks back after starting it last year which put me in a decent position to check out DOOM VFR on PSVR. It aims to bring a similar play style to the headset which […]


In a very strong year for gaming you’d be forgiven for forgetting about the sci-fi, Souls-style game, The Surge. Thanks to the new DLC, A Walk in the Park, you’ve got a reason to go back and remind yourself why it was relatively big news upon release. The DLC slots […]

The Surge: A Walk in the Park DLC – PS4 ...

Slayaway Camp has been around for over a year on other platforms but has now stalked its way onto the PS4 in Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut. A simple puzzle game at heart, its aesthetic choice of an ’80s horror series does a great job of making it feel fresh. The […]

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut – PS4 Review

We rather enjoyed the last Sky Force game.  The core shooty mechanics were very enjoyable and while the constant upgrading of your plane did lead to a fair bit of grinding, there was something deeply addictive about getting all the medals on each level and working your way up from […]

Sky Force Reloaded – PS4 Review

Just in time for the real series to get underway, Ashes Cricket arrives from Big Ant studios. With their work on the Don Bradman series already under their belt, they have undertaken a partnership with Cricket Australia to bring the most hotly contested test series back to consoles. Does it […]

Ashes Cricket – PS4 Review