Richie


Richie

About Richie

Rich is the editor of PlayStation Country. He likes his games lemony and low-budget with a lot of charm. This isn't his photo. That'll be Rik Mayall.




There’s something going on with the shoot ’em up genre at the moment.  We’ve recently reviewed Project Starship and Red Death.  Two vertically scrolling shoot ’em ups with ‘interesting’ visual styles and the longevity of a mayfly.  Well, now we’ve got Rainbows, Toilets and Unicorns which shares those traits. So, yes, it’s a vertically-scrolling […]

Rainbows, Toilets and Unicorns – PS4 Review







Knightin’+ is another retro-themed indie effort from the ever-prolific peeps over at Ratalaika Games, the publisher best known for singlehandedly keeping the Vita alive while also throwing around cheap platinum trophies like confetti.  They’ve explored so many genres (mainly because their MO seems to be to publish pretty much anything that […]

Knightin’+ – PS4 Review







We’ve been fans of 10Tons for a while now thanks to their excellent line of roguelite twin-stick shooters.  Neon Chrome, Tesla vs Lovecraft and the sensational Jydge were all excellent examples of the genre but now they’ve transposed their talent for roguelite mechanics into a hack and slash quest-driven adventure game.  Undead Horde is the […]

Undead Horde – PS4 Review