There’s a moment early on in Far Cry 5 where you are tasked with climbing a tower before being told not worry, you won’t be climbing towers all over the place.  This is a cheeky acceptance that Ubisoft have been putting out very samey games for a while now.  Both within the Far […]

Far Cry 5 – PS4 Review

I have spoken at length about my feelings on retro aesthetic games from independent developers. Oftentimes they can feel that they try to ape the look of an eight or sixteen-bit title while completely ignoring the shortcomings and quirks that made those decades of gaming feel so appealing. Often, they […]

Minit – PS4 Review

I reviewed the PS4 release of The Witch and the Hundred Knight a couple of years ago. It had the strong visual and audio design you’d expect from a Nippon Ichi title, but with a real time action RPG engine instead of the tactical style fans of Disgaea were used […]

The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 – PS4 Review

Here’s a blast from the past. With Nordic’s slow acquisition of the THQ branding and properties, they’re looking to gain some hearts and minds. Revisiting dormant series’ can be daunting and they’re some cautious steps taken with the release of MX vs ATV All Out. Rainbow have been recalled to […]

MX vs ATV: All Out – PS4 Review

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PlayStation Country Podcast is back in your life!  Episode 58 is here and we talk about the incoming PS+ freebies as well as this this week’s releases. This week’s games: Burnout Paradise Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Cruz Brothers The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 PS+ Instant Game […]

PlayStation Country Podcast – Episode #58

Casing aside their musou sensibilities, 2016’s Attack on Titan saw Omega Force receive praise for their representation of the popular anime. Japanese developers in general have been under a great resurgence and, with that, Western audiences have become more receptive to what they have to offer. With that in mind, […]

Attack on Titan 2 – PS4 Review

In the world of casual puzzle games Artifex Mundi are a prolific developer of hidden object style games.  We’ve reviewed a number of them and Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala is the final entry in one of their better series.  I really enjoyed the earlier games and liked how the story […]

Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala – PS4 Review

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch was a big deal when it was released on PS3. Level 5 and anime veterans Studio Ghibli worked together to create a very well received JRPG and now we have the sequel. There are quite a few changes from the first game […]

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom – PS4 Review

There’s a reason that there are so many Need for Speed games, it’s ridiculously profitable for EA with each iteration selling bucketloads each year which answers the most obvious question ‘when is Burnout coming back?’ and until now, that wasn’t going to happen. However, with Need for Speed: Payback getting caught up in last year’s […]

Burnout Paradise Remastered – PS4 Review

Cruz Brothers is a one on one fighting game from Brazilian indie Studio, DCF, and is a baffling game for so many reasons that I almost don’t know where to start when it comes to reviewing it although on the face of it, you would expect it to do anything […]

Cruz Brothers – PS4 Review

The Council is the debut game from Bordeaux based developer Big Bad Wolf Studio, who are by no means novices as this game shows. This being the first episode of a five part narrative based series, you’d be forgiven for writing it off and assuming it continued in the same […]

The Council – Episode 1: The Mad Ones – PS4 ...

As far as game names go, Hex Tunnel by specialist VR devs Owlgorithm, is right on the nose as all of the game’s seven stages are set in hexagon-shaped tunnels that you have to traverse in order to “master the elements and become a supreme being” and so it’s up to […]

Hex Tunnel – PSVR Review