Donuts ‘n’ Justice from solo developer Fobti Interactive AKA Tibor Fobel and publisher Ratalaika Games is that rare beast from Ratalaika, in that we feel compelled to continue playing once the platinum has unlocked. It’s helped by Donuts ‘n’ Justice relatively short run time, at least if you change the […]

Donuts ‘n’ Justice – PS4 Review


Sports titles often get a lot of flack for making minor changes on a yearly basis. Cyanide Studio’s long-running Tour de France series often feels like stagnating under the pressures of an annual release schedule. Whilst tweaks and new features are mooted, I can’t help but feel this year is […]

Tour de France 2021 – PS4 Review


Collections of games are a great way to rediscover classic games, at least when done right. Konami are the masters of doing it badly, with the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection having Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 and the Silent Hill HD Collection also only having Silent Hill 2 […]

Mass Effect Legendary Edition – PS4 Review



Hood: Outlaws & Legends is a 4v4 multiplayer mix of stealth, melee and archery from the very well-established Sumo Digital and is their next game after the PlayStation 5 launch title Sackboy: A Big Adventure.   The game is a PvPvE kind of affair which is to say that you and your […]

Hood: Outlaws & Legends – PS5 Review


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We reviewed Wreckfest back in 2019, giving the game a very respectable 8/10.  Well now, the game has been given a bit of an upgrade and shipped out on PS5.  It initially came out as one of the PlayStation Plus free games but by the time you’re reading this, it’s now no […]

Wreckfest – PS5 Review


Astalon: Tears of the Earth is a 2D roguelike hack and slash platformer from Canadian coders LABS Works which is run by Matt Kap, the developer of Castle in the Darkness.  Set in a dying, post-apocalyptic world the game comes with its fair share of lore. Three explorers are wandering […]

Astalon: Tears of the Earth – PS4 Review



Call it a hunch but I think I prefer visual novels that adapt a source that is somewhat well-known. Having reviewed Cinders in the past, I enjoyed that take on the Cinderella story. It also felt like a breath of fresh air from a genre more pre-occupied with telling the […]

A Little Lily Princess – PS4 Review


The fighting game genre is one that has enjoyed a population spike in recent years. There has been no end of great, competitive experiences emerging thanks to the advent of esports. Seeing classic franchises such as Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat and Guilty Gear continuing a legacy of high-quality combat, while […]

Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown- PS4 Review


From Green Dinosaur Games by way of Ratalaika Games comes Rabisco+. We’re a little confused as to what particularly differentiates this from Rabisco on Steam, let alone what the + denotes. At any rate, what we have here is a cute puzzler where you have to guide a cute cloud […]

Rabisco+ – PS4 Review



The latter years of Sega’s Mega Drive were a tumultuous time. With the looming threat of 32-bit powerhouse consoles on the horizon, to a casual observer, you would have been forgiven to think that the days of 16-bit were nigh. Despite this, 1994 proved to be one hell of a […]

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World – PS4 Review


From developer Experiment 101; founded by ex-Avalanche alumnus Stefan Ljungvist; and published by owner THQ Nordic, we have action RPG Biomutant. Ljungvist’s experience on the Just Cause series isn’t immediately evident, nor is Mad Max  either, but after a while it becomes clear. After an intriguing cutscene showing a rodent-like […]

Biomutant – PS4 Review


Much like Namco, Capcom have never been afraid to dip into their rich arcade history for a cheeky compilation.  They’ve put out coin-op ports and collections on every console generation and now it’s the turn for the previous generation to get theirs (or current if you’re still struggling to source […]

Capcom Arcade Stadium – PS4 Review