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

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

Redout 2 is the sequel to 2017’s original and is, as expected, another futuristic anti-grav racer in the style of Wipeout.  The original was well-received and the game’s Italian devs are claiming that this sequel is bigger, better and is the fastest racing game out there.  So how does it stack up in […]

Redout 2 – PS5 Review

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined is a top-down, multi-directional shoot ’em up based on a 1992 SNES game that was itself a sequel to an arcade game called Kiki Kaikai from Taito.  The game has been given the remake treatment by Tengo Project who developed Wild Guns Reloaded and The Ninja Saviors for modern consoles […]

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined – PS5 Review

It’s been a pretty good time recently if you are a retro gaming fan on the PS4. There has been a ton of great content coming out, what with the excellent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, Cotton Fantasy with all its charm and a myriad of retro collection releases, […]

Final Vendetta – PS4 Review

From developer 24Frame and original publisher Kadokawa Games by way of western publisher PQube, we have METAL MAX Xeno Reborn. That’s the branding, so we’ll go with Metal Max otherwise. This is actually the sixth game in the mainline series, just not one we’ve seen in the Occident otherwise. Metal […]

Metal Max Xeno Reborn – PS4 Review

Destroy All Humans! is a series I’ve never delved into but their homage to the 50’s B-movie aesthetic did seem charming. Since their heyday on the Playstation 2, THQ Nordic has acquired the rights in an effort to bring some attention back to the murderous grey invaders. Before the repackage […]

Destroy All Humans!: Clone Carnage – PS4 Review

There is something just so intriguing about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise isn’t there? Despite being fad material from the late eighties and early nineties, the Turtles have managed to endure the test of time, whether that be in comics, movies and of course, video games. With over twenty […]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge – PS4 Review

Thunder Kid II: Null Mission came out on PC a couple of years ago and now lands on PS4 and PS5 courtesy of eastasiasoft. Grizz reviewed the first game here not too long ago and this seems to very much follow in the footsteps of its predecessor. You play as […]

Thunder Kid II: Null Mission – PS4/PS5 Review

From developer The Bworg (aka Paris Joachim-Farrow) and prolific indie publisher Ratalaika, comes Ten. Or to give it it’s full name,  Ten Rooms, Ten Seconds. So you’ll excuse us if we stick with Ten. The title is pretty indicative of what to expect. You’ve ten seconds to survive ever more […]

Ten – PS5 Review