It is no secret at this stage that Sony have a bit of a mascot crisis on their hands. Through the generations, this has been particularly tricky for them to pin down. Firstly, it was argued that Crash Bandicoot was the Sonic and Mario killer, that was until Activision hoovered […]

Sackboy: A Big Adventure – PS5/PS4 Review

Sometimes I’m in the mood for some bite-sized and simple. More Dark by HugePixel fits that bill. With dozens of relatively quick puzzles, this teaser looks to put players’ problem solving to the test. With a couple of tricks up its sleeve, this cheap platformer is enjoyable to play through […]

More Dark – PS4 Review

We’ve reviewed Netherrealm’s spectacularly gory fighting game, Mortal Kombat 11, previously, along with its Aftermath DLC but both have made it across to the PS5 as part of this, Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate.  What you get for your money is the original game, the DLC and the two Kombat packs which add a […]

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate – PS5 Review

We’ve made no secret of our love for 10Tons Ltd and their range of top down shooters.  Follow us on Twitter and you’ll regularly see us going on about Jydge which we recently reviewed again when it showed up as part of the PS5’s launch line-up.  As soon as we […]

Tesla Force – PS5 Review

Arguably the highest profile release at the start of this new generation is Demon’s Souls. How it’s come to this I don’t know, a remake of game that at one point wasn’t even going to be released in the West has come to spearhead the exclusive line up at a […]

Demon’s Souls – PS5 Review

From North Carolina-based two man developer Infuse Studio and publisher Merge comes Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition. Originally released last year on PS4 and earlier this year on PC, from what we can tell, this is the original PS4 release with the higher res PC assets. We didn’t review […]

Spirit of the North: Enhanced Edition – PS5 Review

Observer: System Redux is a sci-fi cyberpunk adventure from Polish horror specialists Bloober Team who were also responsible for Layers of Fear, Blair Witch and, of course, Observer which was the original 2017 PS4 title that this is a PS5 update of.  The game places you in the shoes of Daniel Lazarski who is […]

Observer: System Redux – PS5 Review

When it comes to the PS Plus freebie games, we are normally not the first to jump on and review. The reasons for this are that there is a good chance a lot of you are playing the game already, adding it to the ‘play later’ pile. Either that or […]

Bugsnax – PS5/PS4 Review

We reviewed the PS4 version of Jydge back in 2017 and it turned out to be a real hidden gem.  It was a twin-stick shooter with an emphasis on weapon and character upgrades and it benefitted from some truly excellent level design.  In going for the platinum trophy we really […]

Jydge – PS5 Review

Warhammer is a versatile franchise. While the brand has stalwartly held its position as the premier miniatures’ tabletop game. Since the advent of video games Games Workshop have been able to turn their wallet killing franchise to various other genres. Ranging from the classic strategy roots of HeroQuest, to the […]

Warhammer: Chaosbane Slayer Edition – PS5/PS4 Review

From Austin developer Ragtag Studio who also double up as publisher, comes Ray’s The Dead. The titular Ray is a luckless individual in both life and death. Across five distinct chapters you’ll unravel the events that led to your untimely death. Ray’s The Dead was first unveiled in 2013 at […]

Ray’s The Dead – PS4 Review

It might seem odd reviewing a game that comes free with a new console, after all it’s not going to cost you anything to try it yourself, but is Astro’s Playroom worth your time when you could be playing one of your other shiny games that actually cost you money? […]

Astro’s Playroom – PS5 Review