PS4



Truth be told, I’ve not enjoyed much from the Playstation Talents initiative. Whilst these do seem to be primarily from student developers and small indie studios, there’s always been rough around the edges and fairly ramshackle in construction. To my surprise, Twogether: Project Indigos Chapter 1 manages to deliver some […]

Twogether: Project Indigos Chapter 1 – PS4 Review





Bassmaster Fishing 2022 then. Coming to us from Dovetail Games, dev and publisher of the Train Simulator games, this is a competitive fishing game writ large as only America knows how. The back of a fag packet scribble for this is NASCAR and Sega Bass Fishing made a baby. Even […]

Bassmaster Fishing 2022 – PS5 Review




Gynoug continues Ratalaika Games recent trend of porting obscure old shoot ’em ups to modern systems.  As with their previous port, Gleylancer, this game is a horizontally-scrolling shoot ’em up that was first released in 1991 on the Sega Megadrive (American readers will know it better as Wings of Wor).  The game […]

Gynoug – PS5 Review



Insomnis is a first-person horror-themed walking simulator and puzzle game that comes to us by way of Barcelona-based coders Path Games and is the latest product of Spain’s ‘PlayStation Talents’ indie games programme.  Despite its name sounding like a typo (try Googling it and see how much Google protests), we […]

Insomnis – PS4 Review





Panorama Cotton continues the recent series of Cotton ports that have been hitting the PS4.  We’ve seen Cotton (as Cotton Reboot!) and, more recently, Cotton 100% get the port treatment but this game is a little different.  Where most of the other Cotton games are 2D horizontally scrolling shoot ’em ups, this one is an […]

Panorama Cotton – PS4 Review