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From Chinese developer Coconut Island Studio comes Shio, one of those hardcore platformers that requires skill, patience and tenacity to overcome. If you’re a fan of Super Meat Boy, 10 Second Ninja X or similar titles then you may want to check this out. For a game primarily concerned with […]

Shio – PS4 Review


It’s fair to say that the Metroidvania sub-genre is one that has enjoyed a resurgence as of late. The likes of Axiom Verge, Owlboy and Ori and the Bind Forest have been leading the charge of big 2D worlds which focus on a sense of place as a main draw […]

Yoku’s Island Express – PS4 Review


The original Disco Dodgeball found some success as an enticing party game that lacked longevity. 82 Apps have returned with a rejigged version with some new features. Can the new coat of paint reinvigorate a title that ran out of steam? Disco Dodgeball Remix’s gameplay remains unchanged from the original. […]

Disco Dodgeball Remix – PS4 Review



From the makers of Stories: The Path of Destinies comes Omensight, a game where you’re challenged with uncovering who murdered Vera, the Godless-Priestess and best hope of bringing peace to the land, and why. You are the Harbinger, called upon when the world is about to end, and with the […]

Omensight – PS4 Review


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Space Hulk: Deathwing represents everything I have always wanted in a Warhammer 40k game. While the series is famed for its tactical, methodical gameplay on the board and previous video games, I have often found these quite hard to get into due to their huge learning curves and reliance on […]

Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition – PS4 Review


As VR concepts go, ARK Park should have been an easy win. All the elements are automatically in place. You have the nostalgic angle, which is provided by the loose association with the Jurassic Park concept. While for gameplay you have a myriad of opportunities that can be pulled from […]

ARK Park – PSVR Review



Codemasters upcoming arcade, team-based racer has had an open beta this weekend. I took the opportunity to check out what gets Onrush‘s motor running. Two modes were on offer for the Beta period. Overdrive acts like the main course with teams focusing on destruction to gather points. First to 10,000 […]

Onrush – PS4 Preview


Coming a couple of months after episode one, the second episode of Big Bad Wolf’s Gallic tinged historical adventure The Council is upon us. Hide and Seek carries on immediately after the events of The Mad Ones with your first task being to investigate the events that led to episode […]

The Council – Episode 2: Hide and Seek – PS4 ...


You have got to hand it to Sony. They seem to have happened on a formula for curating excellent exclusive games recently. Last of Us, Horizon Zero Dawn and Bloodborne could all be considered examples of once in a generation titles, games that elevate above others in terms of quality […]

God of War – PS4 Review



Racing games have been a dime a dozen for years and it must be hard for smaller efforts to stand out. We’ve seen indie efforts in the recent past go for something a little more leftfield and now Supergonk have taken to the tarmac with a fantastical racer with a […]

Trailblazers – PS4 Review


Making games is hard, there’s no doubt. What makes a game mediocre or an all time classic? What makes a game boring or impossible to put down? It’s that little bit of magic that must be so hard to program. Making a game run well must surely be the easy […]

Subaeria – PS4 Review


Following on from March’s Midnight Deluxe, Spanish coders Ratalaika Games are back with InkSplosion, a colourful twin-stick shooter that is available now as a cross-buy title for PS4 and the Vita. With no plot to worry about and not even a tutorial (a splash screen showing you the controls is available though), […]

InkSplosion – PS4/Vita Review