It might not be new territory but StarBlade’s kickstarted project arrived last year on PC with the perspective of playing the bad guy. Now Playstation 4 owners have the chance to inhabit the mind and lair of a supervillain. Nefarious manages to have some real fun with it and executes […]

Nefarious – PS4 Review

Neonwall is an arcade puzzle game from four-man Spanish indie coders Norain Games.  That term is usually used for anything from Tetris to Lemmings but it makes sense here as this game definitely has that arcade feel but it will also give your brain a workout too. The premise of the game, one […]

Neonwall – PS4/PSVR Review

Divinity: Original Sin 2 came out on PC a year ago but an enhanced version has just been released on PS4 called Divinty: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition. The incredibly well received old-school style, isometric RPG has been reworked to function with a controller and it’s really, really good. […]

Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition – PS4 Review

It’s no secret that smashing retro gameplay styles together and mixing these with nostalgia baiting pixel graphics is a popular means for indie devs to express themselves. It’s been a common trend to that point that if you searched for the word “pixel” in the search bar of this very […]

Ninjin: Clash of Carrots – PS4 Review

Looking to harken back to an age of unlicensed rally games, Kylotonns have been released from the shackles of the WRC license to work on V-Rally 4, a throwback by name and design which, unfortunately, is not what you probably want. I missed the boat on the series so maybe […]

V-Rally 4 – PS4 Review

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PlayStation Country Podcast is back in your life!  Episode 64 is here and we talk about the incoming PS+ freebies as well as this this week’s releases. This week’s games: PS+ (Destiny 2, God of War 3, Another World, QUBE, Foul Play, Spark 2) Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron […]

PlayStation Country Podcast – Episode #64

Another week, another game from Finnish publishers Ratalaika Games and fresh from porting across games from all sorts of genres in the last year, they’re now bringing us FullBlast, a vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up which first showed up on iOS and Android before making its console debut on the WiiU in 2014. […]

FullBlast – PS4/Vita Review

Planet Alpha is a game that wasn’t on our radar before Team 17 made us aware of it. More fool us as what we have here is probably one of the more refreshing takes on the 2.5D platformer in a sumptuously realised world. Besides the obvious appeal of the beautiful […]

Planet Alpha – PS4 Review

In a World Cup year, it barely feels like football’s been away but, as August rolls around, the new season begins and Konami come out of the traps early in an effort to steal a tiny march on EA’s juggernaut. Whilst still seen by some as the purer sim, this […]

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 – PS4 Review

I can’t swim so the idea of being stranded under the sea is probably my ultimate nightmare. Narcosis, a narratively-driven horror from Honor Code, looks to deliver a claustrophobic tale of isolation and survival under the weight of many atmospheres of pressure. Sounds fun. Taking place exclusively underwater, a disaster […]

Narcosis – PS4 Review

It’s not everyday that you get a bullet hell shoot ’em up inspired by Korean mythology but Shikhondo – Soul Eater is one such game thanks to it coming to us from Korean developers DeerFarm.  They recently introduced the game on the official PlayStation blog which really set up it up as […]

Shikhondo: Soul Eater – PS4 Review

It’s finally here. When Sega started releasing HD versions of DreamCast games on the last generation – Jet Set Radio, Sonic Adventure, etc. – it seemed only natural that Shenmue would be on the cards, but it never came (neither did Phantasy Star Online or Skies of Arcadia. Hint hint, […]

Shenmue I & II – PS4 Review