Okay, you don’t tend to see many kart racers arrive to console, these days. When they do, they tend to be love letters to a brand or series. This is Nickelodeon’s fourth time to the track. Back in 2000, the characters of that game definitely sat well with the last […]

Nickelodeon Kart Racers – PS4 Review


Battle Chef Brigade landed on Switch and PC late last year and has now arrived on the PS4. If you imagine all those cooking shows where people cook under a time limit in order to impress judges then you’ll have a vague idea of the premise, but these chefs have […]

Battle Chef Brigade – PS4 Review


Not many people will be giving much attention to PAW Patrol: On A Roll given that it is one of the few retail games that dared pop its head above the parapet and release on the same day as Rockstar’s Yeehaw Simulator MkII but we figured it was worth a crack. The somewhat […]

PAW Patrol: On A Roll – PS4 Review



We’re two years into the life-cycle of Sony’s PSVR system and here at PlayStation Country we’ve reviewed a lot of games for it which makes us feel as though the hardware is being supported.  However, the big knock on PSVR is that the games aren’t as fully fleshed-out as they […]

Drone Striker – PSVR Review


If you’re not familiar with the Jackbox Party Pack series from Chicago-based devs Jackbox Games, they are packs of mini-games that are started up and hosted on your PS4 but then players join in via their mobile phones or tablets.  Typically the packs are comprised of five or so mini-games, […]

Jackbox Party Pack 5 – PS4 Review


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Here’s something you don’t see very often. What we have here is another indie game in 16 bit pixel-art style. It’s also a forced perspective isometric racing game. So far, so indie by the book. But when the indie dev in question hails from Korea as 21.c Ducks do, that’s […]

Super Pixel Racers – PS4 Review



After breaking from the yearly release schedule and reinventing the formula last year with Assassin’s Creed Origins, Ubisoft has returned to old ways and released Assassin’s Creed Odyssey only a year later. It boasts a bigger world than last year, plus other enhancements but is it too much too soon? […]

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – PS4 Review


  The premier friendship ruiner has just become more filling thanks to the release of a new twelve level expansion with the Surf ‘n’ Turf DLC. In addition to the new kitchens, Surf ‘n’ Turf features an additional crew of new chef’s, new recipes and enhances the original experience with […]

Overcooked 2: Surf ‘n’ Turf


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When it comes to real pinball, not the virtual stuff that Zen have been pumping out with their popular Pinball FX series, the original kings of it were probably Williams, the American company behind such well received tables as The Addams Family, Twilight Zone and Pin*Bot. This compilation of tables […]

Pinball FX3: Williams Pinball (Volume One) – PS4 Review



Few developers could do it like Capcom back in the day. Renowned for their prowess in the eighties and nineties, Capcom provided many a delight when it came to arcade and home console gameplay. Recently we have enjoyed a reminder of this with the likes of the Megaman, Disney Afternoon […]

Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle – PS4 Review


We get to review quite a lot of shoot ’em ups here as the genre is still popular with indie developers on the PS4 but for it’s history alone Fast Striker stands out from the rest. Sure, on the face of it this is just another vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up […]

Fast Striker – PS4/Vita Review


Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story is a new RPG/management game for PS4. You’re the new principal at a school for wannabe heroes and you’re in charge of everything from building upgrades, equipment crafting, which missions to attend to, what classes the students become and who graduates. You get to name […]

Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story – PS4 Review