Formerly known, on Steam, as Chernobyl: Road of Death, the recently renamed Road of Death, is a twin-stick shoot ’em up game with survival elements.  It’s a Ratalaika joint, so enjoy your quick Platinum, and developed by Diedemor Studio. The post-nuclear setting means that you’ll be facing off against irradiated foes using […]

Road of Death – PS5 Review


From boutique Brazilian dev Naoka Games and prolific publisher eastasiasoft, we have Rayland. It’s a very simple concept and we wish we could say it’s been fully fleshed out to a bigger game. You see, Rayland is another bite sized effort with just forty two levels from start to finish. […]

Rayland – PS5 Review


We’ve seen this game before, back in 2018, but Riddled Corpses EX has just had a PS5 release.  This game, from French devs Cowcat, is an isometric/top-down twin-stick shooter that places equal emphasis on blasting zombies and upgrading your firepower. Set just after some sort of demonic apocalypse, the game has […]

Riddled Corpses EX – PS5 Review



Indie platformers are a dime a dozen and it can be hard to sort the diamonds from the rough. Especially if they don’t initially appear to stand out visually or heavily lean on a gameplay hook. Still, I enjoy a good one and Guin Entertainment’s hoping to provide with Adventures […]

Adventures of Chris – PS4 Review


From Lowtek Games and Ratalaika comes Parasite Pack. As the name might suggest, this is a couple of smaller games that being thematically similar, made sense to release together. The two games in question are Flea and Tapeworm Disco Puzzle. Flea was originally coded in the Nesmaker game engine with […]

Parasite Pack – PS5 Review


From Brazilian based Pulsatrix Studios comes Fobia – St. Dinfna Hotel. Heavily influenced by Resident Evil, this is a first person survival horror game with a larger emphasis on puzzles than combat. You play as Roberto, an up and coming journalist who has heard about strange goings on in Treze […]

Fobia – St. Dinfna Hotel – PS5 Review



Japan can be pretty odd.  Some of the strangest games we’ve played have come from there and yet they still have a way of surprising us.  However, Yurukill does it in an entirely different way.  Instead of being just inherently weird, the developers, IzanagiGames, have squished together two genres that on paper […]

Yurukill: The Calumniation Games – PS5 Review


From longtime developer Rainbow Studios and publisher THQ Nordic, comes the latest iteration in the venerable MX vs ATV series that we first encountered back in the Xbox 360 days. We guess that they’re running out of suffixes as we’re greeted by MX vs ATV Legends this time. At least […]

MX vs ATV Legends – PS5 Review


Everybody has that one game. The one that calls to them periodically, begging to be played. No matter how many times it has been completed, there is still room for one or two more goes for good measure. These are the kind of games you play every year as a […]

Sonic Origins – PS5/PS4 Review



Puzzle games might be the only genre these days that gets my brain in full gear. Not to say that other games don’t have puzzle elements but I do like sitting in front of something that is entirely focused around testing your mental fortitude. System of Souls comes from Spanish […]

System of Souls – PS4 Review


Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny came out exclusively (in the West) on Switch a year ago, despite the close connection the series has with the PlayStation platform. That’s now been rectified with the release of Disgaea 6 Complete on PS4 and PS5. All the DLC that has come out over […]

Disgaea 6 Complete – PS5 Review


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Drunken Fist 2: Zombie Hangover is the latest bite-sized effort from our pals at eastasiasoft. As is becoming increasingly familiar, what we’ve got here is a seemingly slight effort, though with more polish than the itch.io stuff punted out by Ratalaika. It’s a sequel to Drunken Fist, oddly enough. That […]

Drunken Fist 2: Zombie Hangover – PS5 Review