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PlayStation Country Podcast – Episode #54

Schacht is a third-person time-trial platformer that comes to us by way of German developers GuriGroup and for an indie effort it’s unusually slick, especially given that this was essentially a student project and comes from a small team. There’s no plot to speak of and the title doesn’t hint […]

Schacht – PS4 Review

We reviewed Xenon Valkyrie+ on the Vita back in December and now it’s made its way to the big screen of the PS4. I didn’t review the Vita version, I’ve not even played it, but from what I can tell very little has changed. Xenon Valkyrie+ is a rogue-lite, a […]

Xenon Valkyrie+ – PS4 Review

The Dynasty Warriors series has been around for twenty years and I’ve mainly avoided it. I’ve dabbled with some spin-offs and handheld versions but what I have been reliably informed was a repetitive and shallow hack and slash wasn’t for me. It had its fans but even they would admit […]

Dynasty Warriors 9 – PS4 Review

Shadow of the Colossus is and will always be a classic. Originally dropping on the PS2 at the latter end of the console’s lifecycle, it proved that the old dog still had some tricks left in it by providing an experience that was not only artistically sound but also large […]

Shadow of the Colossus – PS4 Review

Crossing Souls is the home console debut of Spanish developer Fourattic, helped to completion by a moderately successful Kickstarter campaign. A publishing deal with Devolver Digital is no doubt going to help this promising game reach a well-deserved wider audience than it otherwise might. You may have seen our preview […]

Crossing Souls – PS4 Review

Milestone return with yet another officially licensed motorcycle game. This time, it’s the turn of arena-based Supercross with Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame. Taking what they’ve learned with the MXGP license, they’re hoping to do the same for the twisty, louder discipline. As with most sports games, you’re […]

Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame – PS4 Review

At some point, we all played dodgeball in school. We all remember how it feels to be pegged square between the eyes and would prefer only our ego was bruised. Thankfully, plenty of games have taken the idea of such competition to heart and the latest to hop across is […]

Strikers Edge – PS4 Review

We reviewed Bleed just under half a year ago on its PS4 release and enjoyed it a great deal. Although on the short side the controls were tight and the boss fights required your full attention to best. Bleed 2 has now landed with the same one man team behind […]

Bleed 2 – PS4 Review

After over thirty years of limelight and its sheer amount of influence over all mediums, the Dragonball license requires no introduction. The exploits of Goku and friends has long been the posterchild of Anime that features men screaming loudly to power up, while flying at each other in a flurry […]

Dragonball FighterZ – PS4 Review

Marooners is a party game from Dutch coders M2H Games who previously brought us the gritty World War 1 shooter, Verdun.  Thankfully they’ve left the blood and mud behind and have this time produced a cheery party game that offers on-and-offline matches where players get to compete in various minigames. […]

Marooners – PS4 Review

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PlayStation Country Podcast is back in your life!  Episode 53 is here and we talk about this week’s releases. This week’s games: Cold Iron EA Sports UFC 3 Xenon Valkyrie Plus

PlayStation Country Podcast – Episode #53