The Spyro Reignited Trilogy has released on PS4 giving the PS1 games a lick of modern paint whilst keeping the levels and layouts the same. I’ll come out and say that I didn’t play these back when they were originally released but that just makes it all the more impressive […]

Spyro Reignited Trilogy – PS4 Review

I often wonder why mobile ports attract the wrath they do. Having covered a few, there always seems to be some substance to them, whilst simplified in controls and a little lacking in presentation. I’ve rarely seen it feel so wrong to hold it against a product. Timber Tennis Versus, […]

Timber Tennis Versus – PS4 Review

Before EA turned into franchising behemoths, they released a fondly remembered Megadrive game, Mutant League Football.  Mutant Football League is a clear homage to that game from days of yore, updated this year with the Dynasty Edition suffix and is nothing to do with EA, we might add. At the outset, […]

Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition – PS4 Review

I’ll be honest, I’ve not had a good time with Road Rash homages. Pixel Dash Studios and EQ Games’ Road Redemption is probably the one I’ve had the most exposure to but now I have a chance to play it. It’s been out on the PC since last year and […]

Road Redemption – PS4 Review

We’re big fans of D3’s epic alien ant murdering series, Earth Defense Force and how could we not be? Using overpowered weaponry to decimate giant insects and giant buildings alike is exactly the sort of thing we hoped gaming would allow us to do when we first picked up a […]

Earth Defense Force 4.1: Wing Diver The Shooter – PS4 ...

If you told me a year ago I’d be finally getting into fighting games, I would’ve probably laughed. As a kid, I woefully played Street Fighter on the Amstrad CPC and could not wrap my head around the genre. I’ve seen it more as a spectator sport but now I’ve […]

Omen of Sorrow – PS4 Review

A new VR title has dropped on PSVR that isn’t a shooting gallery and it’s by From Software, most famous in recent times for the Souls series of games. Sounds pretty exciting right? Well, one word I’m not sure you could use for Déraciné is ‘exciting’. There is no action […]

Déraciné – PSVR Review

It’s been a while since PSVR owners had a reason to get excited but Tetris Effect, the latest project from Rez and Lumines creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, is creating quite a stir in the media and the recent demo of the game has got gamers falling over themselves to give it […]

Tetris Effect – PSVR/PS4 Review

Developed by Stately Snail and ported to the PS4 by trophy feeders Ratalaika Games Shadow of Loot Box takes everything popular in games today and squishes it into sixteen levels. It’s got a skill tree, loot boxes, survival gameplay, crafting, collectibles, horror and more. If you’ve seen a certain mechanic […]

Shadow of Loot Box – PS4 Review

theHunter: Call of the Wild – 2019 Edition is last year’s game with two DLC areas (Medved-Taiga National Park and Vurhonga Savannah Reserve) plus a couple of weapon packs. We didn’t review the original game so we’ve come into this cold. We expected a similar beast to the Gamerscore rinses […]

theHunter: Call of the Wild 2019 Edition – PS4 Review

It’s one thing putting out a game at the same time that Red Dead Redemption 2 arrives sucking all of the air out of the industry for a few weeks but it’s especially bold to go up against Rockstar’s redneck ’em up with another game that features cowboys but that’s […]

8 to Glory – PS4 Review

I feel like I’ve heard about plenty of Rollcage successors but GRIP‘s certainly the first one to come to my attention. Having not played much of the inspiration (beyond a PC Zone demo disc), I don’t really come to GRIP with a significant point of reference. Despite this, the premise […]

GRIP – PS4 Review