It Came From Space and Ate Our Brains is a top down, twin stick shooter from Polish developers All In! Games.  As you can probably guess, it has you facing off against hordes of aliens during an invasion of Earth. You, and up to three other players if you play in […]

It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains – PS4 ...


Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire came out on PC a year and a half ago to great reviews. A sequel to the 2015 real-time-with-pause RPG, it continues the story of your created character, The Watcher. Now it’s arrived on the PS4 with all the DLC included in the package. That […]

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire – PS4 Review


I didn’t get on with Rugby 18. Part of it was my own ineptitude but I couldn’t escape the slow, weathered grind and found tries hard to come by. The content, whilst officially licensed, felt slight and ran out of steam quickly. EKO Software have returned to the series after […]

Rugby 20 – PS4 Review



Journey to the Savage Planet is the debut title from Typhoon Studios, founded by industry veterans Alex Hutchinson, Yassine Riahi and Reid Schneider. Their respective softographies span Spore, Army of Two 40th Day, Arkham Origins and the early Battlefield games among many others. The studio was acquired by Google Stadia […]

Journey to the Savage Planet – PS4 Review


Red Bow is the latest Ratalaika joint. Coming from London-based solo dev Stranga Games, this follows My Big Sister and Just Ignore Them graphically as well as thematically. Sadly, the title of their last game Just Ignore Them proved strangely prophetic as we’re beginning to see diminishing returns from Stranga. […]

Red Bow – PS4 Review


Football, Tactics and Glory is obviously a football game and that’s a risky proposition for developers and publishers in this FIFA dominated world.  After all, EA’s footballing behemoth has it all now.  The players, the teams, the tournaments, the stadiums.   But look at that second word in this game’s title.  Tactics.  […]

Football, Tactics and Glory



We reviewed Foxyland literally two months ago, so we were a little surprised to see Foxyland 2 on the UK Playstation blog so soon. To call Foxyland 2 a sequel is a bit of stretch if we’re perfectly honest. The graphics are effectively identical to those of the first game, […]

Foxyland 2 – PS4 Review


The Surge 2 came out just over three months ago and I enjoyed it. As with the first title Deck13 are supporting the sequel with DLC and the first has just arrived called The Kraken. Be aware that the DLC requires you to be at the latter stages of the […]

The Surge 2: The Kraken DLC – PS4 Review


Big Ant Studios are slowly making a name for themselves with their sports titles. Branching out from cricket, they found themselves giving tennis a crack with AO Tennis. After numerous updates, that clumsy first attempt was starting to resemble something more palatable. Now they’ve opted to give a sequel a […]

AO Tennis 2 – PS4 Review



There isn’t a lot to be said about Untitled Goose Game that hasn’t been said before.  Developed by Melbourne-based developer House House, it was initially a Switch-only joint with regards consoles. It felt like being a 360 owner during the heyday of PS3 stuff like the first three Uncharted games […]

Untitled Goose Game – 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


As much as we have been gifted with a resurgence of sorts for the 3D platformer genre, it does feel that the in the HD era, we are still getting the short end of the stick on anything other than a Nintendo platform. We have been getting some standouts, but […]

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe+ – PS4 Review