For all that Trailmakers doesn’t have Lego branding, you’d be forgiven for thinking it should have. Flashbulb Games are also based in Copenhagen, which although not that close to Billund (home of Lego) makes us wonder a little at what might have been. Trailmakers was an exclusive on Xbox One […]

Trailmakers – PS4 Review

Castle Pals is the latest Ratalaika release, publishing on behalf of Toronto-based solo developer Brad Erkkila. The titular pals being a girl called Kylee and a boy called Owen. Kylee can punch enemies and jump without any complication. Owen has the ability to fly due to his little hat with […]

Castle Pals – PS4 Review

Sport is very slowly getting back on the menu. The real Tour de France is hoping for a race in August whilst the virtual equivalent is hitting shelves when the original race was due to be scheduled. We live in unprecedented times but, you can rest assured that Cyanide will […]

Tour de France 2020 – PS4 Review

Many Faces is a single-screen platform shoot ’em up from the recently prolific Eastasiasoft and continues their recent trend for basic shoot ’em ups with very easily obtained platinum trophies. In this game you play as an egg-shaped being (very reminiscent of the ZX Spectrum character Dizzy) who can walk […]

Many Faces – PS4 Review

Here at PlayStation Country we’re big fans of Mortal Kombat.  Now admittedly back in the day this was more for the great characters and over the top violence than the actual game mechanics but in recent years, the series has been on fire somewhat.  We adored Mortal Kombat X (especially […]

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath

GORN was a pretty early title on the PC VR scene. It wasn’t officially released until last year but was floating around in early access form for a couple of years prior. Now it’s on the PS4, a VR exclusive title that requires the use of two Move controllers. VR […]

GORN – PSVR Review

Maneater is a mid-budget shark ’em up from US-based devs Tripwire Interactive who are best known for their Killing Floor titles.  Set in the fictional locale that is Port Clovis, you play as a shark who is looking to dominate the waters as the local apex predator while also hunting down the man […]

Maneater – PS4 Review

For the past few years there’s only been one show in town when it comes to a licenced Major League Baseball game on consoles. Literally in this case, MLB The Show 2020 being the current iteration. So if you’re a developer who wants to produce a baseball game you have […]

Super Mega Baseball 3 – PS4 Review

It would be a bit remiss to state that first person shooters have been ignored in recent years. It is by far the most dominant method of play and has been such since the late nineties, with technological leaps and developer focus lending itself to a whole host of innovation, […]

Ion Fury – PS4 Review

In Concept Destruction from Spanish indie dev Thinice by way of Ratalaika, we have a rare PS4 only release for this publisher. Though we didn’t try to download it on our Vita this time. Sadly it seems the developer had attempted to port this to Vita, but it simply wasn’t […]

Concept Destruction – PS4 Review

Be careful what you wish for. Upon reviewing Reed Remastered from Pxlink we said we hoped that Ratalaika would bring us the sequel too. Here we are a few months later with Reed 2. At first we thought we’d made a terrible mistake. More accurately, once we hit level twelve […]

Reed 2 – PS4 Review

When a game comes in from Finnish publishers Ratalaika Games, we usually know what to expect.  And that is a platinum trophy within thirty minutes.  But Thy Sword is that rarest of unicorns, a Rata joint where you have to put some time in.  Obstensibly, this is a rogue-lite platformer/hack and slasher […]

Thy Sword – PS4 Review