Monthly Archives: August 2017


  One of the most annoying things for me in the previous generation of consoles was the advent of ‘realistic’ first person shooters. I mean fine, they have a place and a lot of people prefer boots on the ground warfare, but for me, first person shooters shine when they […]

Lawbreakers – PS4 Review



Next Tuesday a new batch of games will join the PS+ instant game collection and it’s an interesting selection.  Mainly because it features seven games rather than the usual six and one of these is a PSVR-only title.  Whether or not this trend will continue is unclear at this time […]

PS+ games announced for September












Sometimes it’s nice to return to a survival horror with Asian sensibilities. Originally a 2001 release, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is developed by Korean developers Sonnori. A 2009 mobile re-release provides the basis for this latest repackaging. Has time been kind to this tale of ghost stories and […]

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – PS4 Review


Indie games need a hook to stand out from the crowd now-a-days and for Mages of Mystralia that hook comes from the collaboration with Ed Greenwood.  He has penned the story for Mages of Mystralia and, as the creator of the Forgotten Realms tabletop gaming world and successful fantasy author, he brings a certain […]

Mages of Mystralia – PS4 Review