As a man that plays a lot of racers, it’s nice to see something different. Whether it’s a novelty effort or a twist on something familiar, it’s great to see new interpretations of wheeled transport. Overpass comes from Swedish developer Zordix. Scandinavians seem to know off-roading so you hope this […]

Overpass – PS4 Review


The Way of the Samarai series is not one I’ve ventured into. The Acquire developed action titles just haven’t crossed my path but Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story is a diversion from the usual path. An isometric dungeon crawler, this effort looks to satisfy some loot lust […]

Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story – PS4 ...


While Double Dragon and Kunio-kun (or even Renegade, Kunio‘s Western name) might not mean much to younger gamers, anyone who walked into an arcade in the ’80s or had one of the home computers of the era will be very familiar with them.  They were beat ’em ups, fighting games where it wasn’t just a 1 […]

Double Dragon & Kunio-kun: Retro Brawler Bundle – PS4 Review



From Melbourne-based solo dev Rese aka Rubén Garcia, comes Ganbare! Super Strikers. To crib from his own press release, GSS is borne of his love of tactical RPGs and Japanese sports-based manga like Captain Tsubasa. No, we’ve not heard of it either. Oddly, this is the second turn-based football game […]

Ganbare! Super Strikers – PS4 Review


Knightin’+ is another retro-themed indie effort from the ever-prolific peeps over at Ratalaika Games, the publisher best known for singlehandedly keeping the Vita alive while also throwing around cheap platinum trophies like confetti.  They’ve explored so many genres (mainly because their MO seems to be to publish pretty much anything that […]

Knightin’+ – PS4 Review


After a short stop on the PC Spaceland has arrived on PS4. At first glance it looks like an XCOM clone but in reality it’s more of a puzzle game with familiar strategy mechanics. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but what does it take from the formula, what does […]

Spaceland – PS4 Review



Reed Remastered is, as the name may suggest, a remaster by Oleg Kosovtsov AKA PXLink of a mobile game featuring the titular Reed. Coming to consoles as it does from Ratalaika, you’d be forgiven for writing it off on that basis alone. Instead what you have in the case of […]

Reed Remastered – PS4 Review


Modern takes on retro are nothing new. The sheer amount of nostalgia baiting games these days is almost dizzying with hundreds of indie developers all vying to recreate the long, long ago of the 8 and 16-bit eras. As we know, there are more mediocre games than there are standouts […]

Valfaris – PS4 Review


Darksiders Genesis came out on PC (and Stadia, yeesh) towards the end of last year but we’ve not had too long to wait as now it’s on PS4. It’s had a slight change to the gameplay from the main series and it’s the first time we get to play as […]

Darksiders Genesis – PS4 Review



Project Starship is a cheap and cheerful vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up by Panda Indie Studio and it is available now on PSN.  It’s a game that gets a lot right but also a few things wrong. The premise of the game is pretty simple, you pick from one of two playable […]

Project Starship – PS4 Review


Sometimes, I feel that when reviewing a game that there is not an awful lot to say about it. Very rarely is this actually the case, but when it comes to games from Ratalaika, all bets are off. They are of course, the pioneers of mini, throwaway experiences that demand […]

Zero Zero Zero Zero – PS4/Vita Review


When an unknown game comes into us here at PSC, this reviewer likes to check out a gameplay trailer beforehand to see if it’s our thing. In the case of Pandaball – Welcome to Pamuria our initial impression was FIFA Street with pandas. Our esteemed editor Richie & myself like […]

Pandaball : Welcome to Pamuria – PS4 Review