Browsing posts in the ‘Playstation 4’ category

Review: Wasteland 3

Wasteland 3 is a large game, upwards of 60 hours to fully finish it I’ve heard. I can see that - I spent the best part of 30 minutes designing...

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Review: Relicta

It's the Moon, Jim, but not as we know it. We've had quite a few games based on the Moon over the last few years, but it tends to be a "real"...

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Review: Pistol Whip

Rhythm games aren't exactly in heavy supply on the PSVR, but what we've got has been very decent so far. Both Beat Saber and Audica are great games, the former being a...

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Review: EA Sports UFC 4

I’ve played a lot of UFC 3. A couple of runs through the career mode, including the highest difficulty and when I checked my online games, it totally nearly 5,000 games over...

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Review: Destroy All Humans!

Back in 2005, Destroy all Humans! gave us comedic aliens invading earth and lobotomising all humans. In 2020, that concept feels like a lovely respite from the dumpster fire that...

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Review: Superliminal

Knowing nothing going into Superliminal, the best way to describe it would be to say ‘it’s a bit like Portal’ and I mean that in the most complimentary of ways....

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Review: Neon Abyss

The first weapon I collected was a cat that fires laser beams from its face.

Just let that register for a moment. It gives you some idea of...

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Review: Assetto Corsa Competizione

I'm a massive fan of racing games, and whether it's a single category like F1 or a multi-spec game like Gran Turismo, there's nothing better than taking to the track and getting...

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Review: Desperados 3

A cowboy stealth action game? You had me at ‘cowboy stealth action’.  Desperados 3 is the follow up to, err, Desperados 2 but it’s a prequel, so you don’t need to...

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Review: F1 2020

Over the past few years Codemasters have been slowly refining the F1 games, adding the occasional new feature such as last year's F2 options, and tweaking an already successful formula to make...

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Review: 1971 Project Helios

As a turn-based strategy title, I was immediately interested in 1971 Project Helios. What I didn’t expect was a blend of XCOM, Frostpunk and a beautiful cel-shaded art style.  The plot...

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Review: Moving Out

It's impossible to talk about Moving Out without bringing Overcooked into the conversation. If you've ever played the absolutely mental local co-op cooking game, then you're all set for a dose of...

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Review: Trailmakers

The idea of building your own vehicle out of a range of bits, letting you drive, race, fly, sail or any combination of them sounds great to me. With a Lego-obsessed son,...

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Review: Maneater

An open-world shark RPG. I just need to reflect on those words I’ve written.  You’re a baby shark, and throughout the game, you’ll grow by levelling-up into a bigger shark. Your...

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Review: Streets of Rage 4

When I was younger, (much younger), my brother and I were gifted a Sega Mega Drive one Christmas. We had the present in the afternoon, rather than the morning, in...

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Review: Moons of Madness

Another first-person story-adventure game, Moons of Madness tells the story of you as a technician on a research station on Mars. It begins, terrifyingly, on an abandoned station, haunted by...

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Review: John Wick Hex

I love John Wick. Not the guy necessarily, I mean he’s cool but I don’t know him. But the films. Visceral, stylistic action. Brutal. So a John Wick game could really be...

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Review: Snowrunner

If you like driving places really, really slowly, then this game is for you. Either at this point, that sentence will have turned you off or piqued your interest. If I have...

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Review: Deliver Us the Moon

The premise for Deliver Us the Moon is one which, not long ago, you would have rolled your eyes at and seen it as just another far fetched fantasy plot. And yet...

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