Monkey King: Hero is Back is the latest in a line of games based on the classic Journey to the West saga. Following on from the PS1 Monkey Hero and PS3 era Enslaved, those two being a couple we can remember. Only this time there’s no gurning Andy Serkis motion […]

Monkey King: Hero is Back – PS4 Review

One of the criticisms you can make about Doom is that it sometimes feels like it was designed by a 13 year old boy living at home with his parents in between listening to Megadeth albums. Well, Big Drunk Satanic Massacre, which deliberately has the acronym BDSM, is a tongue […]

Big Drunk Satanic Massacre – PS4 Review

I have to admit to not knowing about Ninja Saviors. There was an arcade game called The Ninja Warriors back in the day and a SNES sequel, which this is a conversion of, with a name change that is probably due to naming rights. The Ninja Saviors: Return of the […]

The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors – PS4 Review

We reviewed another lightUP game a couple of months ago in Super Wiloo Demake.  Also published by Ratalaika we have Super Box Land Demake. In this instance what we have here is a Sokoban-like with a retro look and a rewind mechanic. To stop you pushing a block prematurely you […]

Super Box Land Demake – PS4 Review

Codemasters are back at it again with another racing title. This time, they’ve delved into their recent past and decided to give GRID something of a reboot. More philosophically arcade, can this jack of all trades become a master? GRID‘s career mode offers the main course with dozens of events […]

GRID – PS4 Review

As movie licenses go, few have the sense of endearing legacy that Ghostbusters has. Despite having arguably only one excellent movie to work from (two if you are like me and loved the sequel), Ghostbusters has spawned a tidal wave of content. Ranging from comics, cartoons, extensive merch lines, video […]

Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered – PS4 Review

Dauntless is a free-to-play action game from Vancouver-based coders Phoenix Labs and is best described as a F2P Monster Hunter clone that uses Fortnite’s visual stylings. When a F2P game comes in for review you guarantee that none of the team here at PlayStation Country will want any part of […]

Dauntless – PS4 Review

In hindsight we should have politely declined One Night Stand rather than what we actually did in saying we’d do it. When it showed up on the PlayStation blog we didn’t like the look of it then. Though being published by Ratalaika we figured it’d be a quick review. Sadly […]

One Night Stand – PS4 Review

Trine 4 then. Hmm, where to start? It’s from Helsinki-based developer Frozenbyte by way of publisher Nobilis for a start. And we’ve had it for two weeks before release. We were dimly aware of the first couple of games, even having bought the second on the 360 but never having […]

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince – PS4 Review

Back in 2012 when the original Yooka-Laylee was announced via Kickstarter, there was a humongous amount of excitement. With this game, Playtonic Games signalled in what could have been the new era of N64 style platformer titles, a genre that many of the developers made famous, thanks to their collective […]

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – PS4 Review

Tropico 6 is a management sim that’s been out for a few months on PC but has now made it’s way to PS4. I’ve only ever played Tropico 3 many years ago so I’m not going to be able to point out the slight differences between this and the last […]

Tropico 6 – PS4 Review

Back in 2002, Jedi Outcast, stood out as being one of the few truly good Star Wars games and with the franchise currently faltering in the hands of EA, we were as pleased as we were surprised to see the game was getting a current-gen remastering.  Being one of the […]

Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast – PS4 Review