If you regularly read our site, you’ll probably be aware of Ratalaika Games as we tend to review everything that the Finnish publisher puts out on PSN.  They’ve become infamous for their sub-60 minute maxes where minimal effort gets you a platinum way before you actually finish the game.  Well […]

Devious Dungeon 2 – PS4/Vita Review

The Kart racing genre isn’t exactly known for being the most exciting in terms of freshness and innovation, but for what it’s worth, Sumo Digital’s Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing Transformed was the closest we have been to this in the decades of iterative Mario Kart titles and the many […]

Team Sonic Racing – PS4 Review

We take a look at AngerForce: Reloaded. A vertically-scrolling, bullet hell, roguelite shoot ’em up.  Check out our YouTube channel and subscribe if you’re feeling awesome.  

AngerForce: Reloaded – Video Review

My Big Sister is the latest Ratalaika joint, so beloved of trophy whores everywhere for their generally easy to rinse platinums. This from solo Australian developer Stranga can still be rushed through, but to do so would be to do it a disservice. My Big Sister is an RPG of […]

My Big Sister – PS4 Review

Take a look at our video review of Ratalaika Games’ Zeroptian Invasion.  Out now on PSN.  Give us a like/subscribe if you’re feeling particularly awesome today.

Zeroptian Invasion – Video Review

It’s not very often I venture into survival games. The genre’s reliance on management and time constraints tends to put me in a difficult position, as someone who likes to take their time. Whilst elements do find their way into other games, I never quite gel with the complete experience. […]

Fade to Silence – PS4 Review

Ratalaika Games are back with another easy trophy rinse and while their usual MO is super predictable (cross-play games with super easy platinums), you can’t say that for the actual types of game they put out.  We’ve just reviewed their recent game Zeroptian Invasion which is a Space Invaders clone but they’ve also […]

Bird Game+ – PS4 Review

While we’re not sure that players are totally into this whole old-school retro flavour that indie devs keep pumping, it’s pretty obvious that these 8 and 16-bit aesthetics aren’t going anywhere.  And the retro thing can mean anything these days.  As long as you can make out the individual pixels […]

Zeroptian Invasion – PS4/Vita Review

Angerforce: Reloaded is a vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up in the classic 1942/Dodonpachi style that comes to us as the debut from Beijing based coders Screambox Studio and it is out now on PSN. When creating games in this genre the recipe for success is no secret and yet often indie […]

AngerForce: Reloaded – PS4 Review

We have to confess being a little alarmed when our download of UglyDolls: An Imperfect Adventure appeared on our PS4 before we’d even exited the PS Store. Moreso when we realised the publisher was Outright Games who previously brought us Paw Patrol: On A Roll. Thankfully a different developer in […]

UglyDolls: An Imperfect Adventure – PS4 Review

As massive fans of Mortal Kombat X, the first Mortal Kombat game since Trilogy on the PS1 that we’ve actually loved (although we did like the spin-off Shaolin Monks), we’ve had a lot of our hopes and expectations pinned on Mortal Kombat 11, the latest in the long-running series of […]

Mortal Kombat 11 – PS4 Review

When the splash screen for Fantastico Studio popped up with a VHS-style filter, this reviewer had a dreadful feeling they were playing Far Cry: Blood Dragon again for a second. Thankfully beyond the synthwave musical stylings and and ’80s trappings that’s where the similarities end. Black Paradox is a space […]

Black Paradox – PS4 Review