Browsing posts in the ‘Playstation 4’ category

Review: Onrush

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Onrush is not a racing game. You are not jostling for position, but position is important. You do not want to be first past the line or goal usually, but sometimes you...

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Review: Vampyr

So many vampire jokes. It would be easy to riddle this review with them, but I shall try and rise above it. Just take a breath. One-ah ah ah, two- ah ah...

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Review: A Way Out

It's very unusual for a game to be so reliant on co-op that there's absolutely no way of playing it without another person coming along for the ride. While most co-op games...

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Review: Far Cry 5

Another Far Cry, another huge open world to explore, another bunch of crazy people to get rid of. The formula for Far Cry 5 remains much the same as the previous titles...

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Review: TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge

‘Let’s do a motorbike racing game’ they said. ‘Oh it’s tough’ they said, ‘challenging - they’re more difficult than cars plus it’s been done’. ‘How about, rather than use existing real world...

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Review: Burnout Paradise Remastered

10 years ago Burnout Paradise was a fantastic game. The speed, the handling, the fun, the addictive "one more race" nature of gaining your license, the online modes that meant you could...

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Review: UFC 3

UFC 3 is EA’s latest attempt at capturing and capitalising on the increasing popularity of mixed martial arts’ biggest brand - the Ultimate Fighting Championship. As much as I loved the previous...

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Review: Beholder: Complete Edition

As I read the pitch for Beholder I couldn’t believe I would enjoy it. You play Carl, who relocated in a city in a totalitarian state. Your job, as ordered by the...

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Review: Dynasty Feud

One would be forgiven for thinking of Dynasty Feud as simply ‘another’ Smash Bros clone, and at first glance it does look just like that - but a worse version. However, after...

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Review: Star Wars Battlefront 2

Yeah I know, it's a review that's taken a long time coming, but there's good reason. Like Driveclub a few years back, Battlefront 2 was crippled on release by a swarm of...

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Far Cry 5: Holland Valley Gameplay

So, one thing's for sure: you can definitely blow stuff up in Far Cry 5. This new gameplay footage is looking great, and explains how you'll be reclaiming areas, working with others...

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Review: Yomawari: Midnight Shadows

It’s bleak. You start off by walking into the woods to bury your dog that has died. You cry every day a note reads. What happens next is shocking and caught me...

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Review: Need for Speed Payback

Need for Speed is really starting to feel like it’s doing what it’s designed to do: give some thrilling, egde-of-the-seat racing action against other racers, police and anyone else who reckons they...

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Review: Let Them Come

My experience with Let Them Come changed over time. From enjoying it, to hating it, back to enjoying it, and eventually nonplussed. It’s not terrible, but also not great, and clearly not...

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Review: Road Rage

I was a big fan of Road Rash. The Mega Drive version was my first experience, there was something so visceral about high powered bikes and smashing opponents with crowbars and pipes....

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Review: Destiny 2

The first Destiny got a bit of a rough ride in terms of reviews. Between a dodgy storyline and endless "go here, press this, fight off bad guys for a while" loops...

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Review: Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle

The TouHou Project is a series of bullet hell shooter games dating back to 1996. Popular in Japan, developed by a one man team, they have spawned countless sequels and have huge...

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Review: NHL 18

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It's tough to explain how a game which is probably the best NHL game ever made is still a bit of a disappointment. And yet that's the situation I find myself in...

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Review: Madden 18

1995. That's the year I first played a John Madden game, and it was amazing. I can still sing the intro music at a second's notice, I can still remember the joy...

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