From Batterystaple Games and Fire Hose Games comes 20XX, a rogue-lite love letter to Mega Man X. If you’ve always wanted Mega Man X‘s difficulty to be turned up a notch but with the ability to make things easier by playing it over and over again then you’ve found your […]

20XX – PS4 Review

Super Destronaut DX is the latest effort from the oddly prolific Finnish dev crew Ratalaika Games who are starting to create a very odd niche in the indie gaming sphere. This particular title is their take on the grandaddy of them all, Space Invaders, and while it’s fundamentally different to their […]

Super Destronaut DX – PS4/Vita Review

Although Kart racers seem to be quite simple on paper in terms of design, I am sure there is a lot more to it than simply plonking a bunch of characters into colourful worlds and recording a few woo-hoo’s for the entirety of the voice track. It’s safe to say […]

All-Star Fruit Racing – PS4 Review

Destruction is still something heavily sought after in gaming. Most environments are indestructible, and understandably so. Even beyond processing power, level design goes out the window if you can literally level the entire map. One series of games that has dabbled with the idea of destructible environments is Red Faction. […]

Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered – PS4 Review

Runbow from 13Games is a port of the 2015 Wii-U party platformer and two big clues to the game’s nature are found in the title.  You run and colour has a big effect on the gameplay. The core gameplay involves you running across a 2D level, jumping on platforms and generally […]

Runbow – PS4 Review

Atomine from Broken Arms Games is a twin stick shooter.  Something that we’re quite used to seeing on PSN these days.  Especially as it also has procedurally generated levels with rogue-lite mechanics.  However, there is also a storyline of sorts,  which is about the real-life Stuxnet internet worm.  This is largely […]

Atomine – PS4 Review

Love them or otherwise, Ubisoft have a knack for keeping us interested. Every time they announce a new IP there is a mixture of trepidation and excitement as to the possibilities of how good this new franchise could be, or in how the prospect of a concept could be overpromised. […]

The Crew 2 – PS4 Review

A summer of sport brings with it many highlights. A World Cup is well under way, Wimbledon is days old and now the Tour de France is just around the corner. Once again, Cyanide studio are at the helm of the premier cycling tour.  This latest instalment is attempting to […]

Tour de France 2018 – PS4 Review

Funded by Kickstarter, Kona is the first full game from Canada-based Parabole. The base game was actually released last year. This is a review of the VR add-on that’s just been released which lets you play the whole game with PSVR and with motion controls if you have them, but […]

Kona VR – PSVR Review

While any arcade puzzle title that isn’t Tetris tends to feel like a bit of a Johnny Come Lately kind of effort, it’s easy to forget that Lumines has been around as a series since 2004. Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s music-laden take on the falling blocks type of puzzler has had quite a few outings […]

Lumines Remastered – PS4 Review

Lego Star Wars back on the PS2 has a lot to answer for. Back in 2005, Traveller’s Tales’ eureka moment was a genuinely fresh spin on the licenced film adaptation. It certainly helped that it was a Star Wars game for sure, but it started the ball rolling on the […]

LEGO® The Incredibles – PS4 Review

A year on from an original PC release, Fabraz’s devilish platformer finds its way to current consoles with this updated release. Splattering its inspiration very much on the walls, Slime-san looks to entice new players with a tight, infuriating gauntlet. In essence, Slime-san is a challenging platformer in the vein […]

Slime-san – PS4 Review