Embr is a first-person firefighting game that comes to us from New York natives, Muse Games.  Originally released on PC in 2019, the game has finally made it across to consoles and with cross-platform multiplayer to boot. There have been a few firefighting games in the past, including a few […]

Embr – PS4 Review


As more years go by, Visual Concepts’ NBA 2K series feels like a stuck record. Whilst it is uncontested, the basketball they deliver is largely of astounding quality. Last year’s effort felt like a backwards stumble. The changes to shooting appeared to backfire and many post-release patches were handed out […]

NBA 2K22 – PS5 Review


Stillalive Studios managed to impress with me Bus Simulator. The relaxed and charming running of a bus company managed to resonate with me as a regular public transport peasant. Despite this, it had some clear issues with meeting mission objectives and technical issues. Now three years have passed and the […]

Bus Simulator 21 – PS4 Review



It’s the year 3174, and your reviewer is celebrating their twelve hundredth birthday. Woo. Meanwhile Age and his robot pal Helvis are tearing it up on an planet killing the mutated fauna and multiple robots of varying hardness while also trying to unravel the mystery of what happened to the […]

Ultra Age – PS4 Review


Napoleon tried it in 1812, just as the massed German forces tried similar a hundred and thirty years later. On both occasions they embarked on the grand folly of a land war in Asia. Extended supply lines being their undoing. We had a similar feeling when playing Greak: Memories of […]

Greak: Memories of Azur – PS5 Review


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Rogue-likes/lites come in many different flavours, some will let arcade skills balance out the randomness if you’re good enough for example. Crown Trick on PS4 does not, you only have your own tactical nuance to help battle the RNG. if you want to make the game go faster you should […]

Crown Trick – PS4 Review



I must admit it’s nice to see sport get back to some kind of normality in 2021. The calendar is mostly full these days and the mass cancellations of last year have been curtailed somewhat. With that in mind, it’s time to check out WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship. […]

WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship – PS5 Review


Virtuous Western is a 2D puzzle game that’s dressed up like a run and gun shooter but is far from being one of those.  It comes to us from Nibb Games via the ever-prolific publishers, Ratalaika Games.  As such you should know what to expect from this one in terms […]

Virtuous Western – PS4 Review


Weapon of Choice DX is a run and gun shooter from one-man studio Mommy’s Best Games.  As with the recently-released Shoot 1UP DX, from the same developer, the game started life a long time ago on the now-defunct Xbox Indie Games service back on the Xbox 360 in 2008.  This […]

Weapon of Choice DX – PS4 Review



We’ve been reviewing games on this site a fair few years now, yet we’ve never reviewed a Madden series game on PlayStation Country. Heck, this reviewer has been playing the series since the 2003 iteration on Gamecube. After playing pretty much every 360 version, it’s fair to say we’ve lapsed […]

Madden NFL 22 – PS5 Review


NASA will probably tell you golf and space go hand in hand. Ever since they hoofed balls on the Moon, there’s been a fascination with sport where the gravity simply isn’t there. Golf video games tend to play a lot more with reality and Golf Club: Wasteland is opting for […]

Golf Club: Wasteland – PS5 Review


Q-YO Blaster is a horizontally-scrolling shoot ’em up from South American developers Team Robot Black Hat.   As a shoot ’em up in the classic arcade style, that means it needs to fall into one of the major archetypes and ultimately this one aligns itself to the Parodius way of doing things. Here […]

Q-YO Blaster – PS4 Review