Paleo Pines is a dinosaur-themed farming simulator from UK-based studio Italic Pig where you find yourself on a cute island where there are townsfolk to meet, dinosaurs to befriend and secrets to discover. The game starts with you creating your character, who has to be female (unless we missed something), […]

Paleo Pines – PS5 Review

We didn’t quite know what to expect when it came to reviewing Touhou: New World, not least because it wasn’t Lies of P that we were expecting from our editor. The bag of the fag packet summary for this from Team Shanghai Alice and Ankake Spa is a bullet hell […]

Touhou: New World – PS5 Review

Visual novel hybrids do interest me. Aside from the usual tales of choosing your own adventure, the addition of light gameplay elements can elevate them above the genre’s more wordy literature. Shuyan Saga is another attempt at that Lofty Sky Entertainment have undertaken. Set in a feudal China, this addition […]

Shuyan Saga – PS4 Review

Mechs V Kaijus is a tower-defence game from Uruguay-based devs, Doble Punch Games.  Originally released in 2018 on PC, the game has now made it over to PSN courtesy of publishers JanduSoft. The game puts you in the role of Commander, overseeing  a squadron of powerful mechs as they defend the […]

Mechs V Kaijus – PS5 Review

From Korean devs Neowiz & Round8 we’ve got what we consider to potentially be the worst monickered game we’ve ever reviewed. Based on the original 1883 Adventures of Pinocchio novel by Italian novelist Carlo Collodi, Lies of P is set in the city of Krat. Automata run the city, only […]

Lies of P – PS5 Review

Mystic Gate is a twin-stick shooter from Zoo Corporation that has a rogue-like structure and a dungeon-crawling setting.  It’s been around since February on PC but has now made its way over to PSN thanks to the ever-prolific publishers eastasiasoft (their lack of capitalisation, not ours). The game’s thin plot involves […]

Mystic Gate – PS5 Review

Baldur’s Gate 3 is a role-playing game based on the Dungeons & Dragons (Fifth Edition) tabletop system and it comes to us from Belgian Studio Larian Games otherwise known for the Divinity series.  The game itself has been out on PSN for a couple of weeks now and is already a shoo-in […]

Baldur’s Gate 3 – PS5 Review

What originally started out as a student project, Ad Infinitum is a first-person horror experience set in World War I. In almost a decade of development, the final product has, at long last, come to fruition. Whilst Hekate’s efforts are admirable, the lasting impressions I took from this are mixed. […]

Ad Infinitum – PS5 Review

I’ll be honest, the Trine series has largely passed me by. I knew of it but never really had the curiosity to give the games a look. That’s changed with Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy arriving on the Playstation 5. Frozenbyte have spent well over a decade polishing the cooperative […]

Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy – PS5 Review

Digital Eclipse have always had interesting approaches to collections. Certainly keen on preserving the past, they’ve been good at providing documentary footage to give players a peek behind the curtain. Last year’s Atari 50 : The Anniversary Collection seems to have provided a good blueprint and now, The Making of […]

The Making of Karateka – PS5 Review

Kentucky Route Zero – TV Edition to give its full name, is the console port of developer Cardboard Computer’s episodic adventure. First released in 2013 with five acts appearing sporadically with the final act coming in January 2020. As a lapsed Edge reader, this reviewer watched from afar with interest […]

Kentucky Route Zero : TV Edition – PS4 Review

Die After Sunset is a third-person shooter with rogue-like elements and it comes to us by way of Spanish studio Playstark.  With its colourful palette, a host of crates to loot and a lot of verticality, the immediate comparison is with the insanely popular Fortnite and certainly this game does have […]

Die After Sunset – PS5 Review