Browsing posts in the ‘Playstation 4’ category

Review: Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (cl-r)

An anime fighting game called Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (cl-r) is never going to be a mainstream household name and join the likes of Mortal Kombat and Tekken in crossing over to...

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Review: Hidden Through Time

If you’ve ever played ‘Where’s Wally?’ then you’ll know what you expect with Hidden Through Time. You are presented with a detailed world of characters and intricate colours, and have to find...

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Review: Hunt Showdown

I'm deep into the 1890s, and knee-deep in a swamp which houses, somewhere in the moonlit gloom, a weird swamp-beast that'll start chasing me under the water any moment and scare the...

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Review: Bloodroots

Mr Wolf is dead. At least that’s what his enemies thing. Shot in the head, and left in the wilderness, his former friends walk away. That is the end of...

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Review: 7th Sector

7th Sector is a difficult game to describe really without it sounding very simple, although in reality it is. It’s atmospheric and starts as you look over some cabling, set...

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Review: Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Video Game 3

‘The Official Video Game’ - who even calls their game that any more? Well, the Monster Energy folks, sponsors of supercross racing do. Milestone, the developers are knocking out one motocross and...

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Review: Cuisine Royale

I can’t decide if Cuisine Royale is any good, if it’s fun or even if I like it. It is probably a bit of all three at times, but at...

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Review: Train Sim World 2020

Train Sim World is an immersive first-person simulator, it includes complete in-cab interactivity and extremely accurate detail all round. Train Sim World is a relaxing but rewarding game, when you pull your...

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Review: Untitled Goose Game

Can being a goose, really make a good game? I seriously doubted this. Turns out I was wrong to doubt it. Being a goose is awesome. Being a jerk goose...

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Review: Mini Motor Racing X

“Well that’s a cute little racing game”, I thought to myself when I saw Mini Motor Racing X being promoted. What I didn’t expect was also a very good racing...

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Review: Audica (PSVR)

For anyone who has engrossed themselves in VR lately, the concept of a new Harmonix rhythm game designed purely for VR should have been an exciting prospect. And indeed, here at TGR...

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Review: Need for Speed Heat

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Everyone loves a "best of" compilation. Even DJ extraordinaire Alan Partridge decided his favourite Beatles album was "The Best of the Beatles", and so it should come as good news that Need...

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Cat Quest 2 Arrives on the PS4 This Week

Fancy being a cat and dog combo, heading off to lands unknown in an epic cutesy RPG adventure? Well, you're in luck, because the loved-by-the-PC-crowd Cat Quest 2 is out this week,...

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Review: GRID

If there's one way to get a racing game obsessive to get excited, it's by telling them there's a new version of GRID coming out. Having waited a looong time for this...

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Review: Control

Imagine turning up for your first day of work only to be told you’re the new director. That’s the plot of Control.

Playing as a lady called...

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Frostpunk’s Launch Trailer Fires Up for PS4

If you've never played or even heard of Frostpunk, you've been missing out on one of the best strategy games that's been released in recent years. We've played it on the PC...

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Review: Afterlife

I played through the first chapter of Afterlife without even knowing I'd played it. As an interactive film which branches off in different directions depending on nothing more than what you're paying...

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Review: Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

They don’t make them like this anymore. A classic-style point-and-click adventure, Harvey’s New Eyes offers something not often seen in modern games anymore. Certainly not on console at least. But what became...

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Review: MXGP 2019

Last year’s MXGP Pro was one of my favourite games of 2018. A change from the odd attempts to videogame motocross racing, and go for a simulation feel of handling. Bike movement,...

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