Browsing posts in the ‘Playstation 4’ category

Review: Postal Redux

Postal Redux is a remaster of the infamous game released back in 1997. For those unaware, Postal was highly controversial and remains uncomfortable today. The plot is wafer-thin and exists barely to...

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Curse of the Dead Gods

I absolutely love Curse of the Dead Gods. Is it just a Hades clone though? Well, it looks and feels similar, but it’s so much more. I might even prefer it…. ...

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Review: Monster Jam Steel Titans 2

Monster trucks! Like buses, none for ages, and then along comes Monster Truck Championship last year and now Steel Titans 2. It takes a leaf out of Championship’s book (which so good)...

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Review: Gods Will Fall

I've never been one to go for the Souls games. The level of difficulty, frustration and repeated losses to enormous bosses just never sounded like my idea of fun, but having watched...

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Review: Unto the End

You are warned at the start, that Unto the End is different. You can lose your sword. You can bleed to death. Prepare. I wasn’t really sure what to make of this....

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Review: Doodle God Evolution

When I first saw Doodle God Evolution, my initial thought was that this was going to become a friendly game of building up the world bit by bit, discovering new things and...

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Review: Ponpu

Ponpu is certainly very intriguing. The visual style immediately catches your eye, a white and sepia top-down style, although the story will make your head scratch.

There are...

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Review: Praetorians HD Remaster

You don’t get many new RTS type games on consoles these days. I think the last one I really sank some time into was the Playstation One version of Red Alert. It’s...

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Review: Dirt 5

Just over a year ago I reviewed the latest game in Codemasters' long running Grid series, and instead of focussing on the career mode's lightweight story decided to look at what was...

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Review: Black Desert

I’ve not really properly played any MMO games before. I’ve dabbled in a few but never really got ‘the bug’. I did know though that before even starting Black Desert that I’d...

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Review: Space Crew

Fancy flying a cock-shaped spaceship around the place, rescuing people, delivering cargo and getting shot at by weird grey aliens until your space-cock explodes and you start all over again? Well as...

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Review: Amnesia: Rebirth

Amnesia: Rebirth is not a game about winning, you are warned. It’s about avoiding the darkness, living with the terror of it, and mastering your own fear. That alone sounds absolutely terrifying...

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Review: Pacer

There’s a new Wipeout game? No, but you’d be forgiven for thinking that Pacer is. A futuristic ship racing game, if you didn’t know better you would assume it is Wipeout. Twisty...

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Review: HyperBrawl Tournament

The term ‘futuristic sports game’ always grabs my attention. Maybe it’s the sensationalised and emphatic cheers every time an objective is met or the violence. Why do futuristic sports always have loads...

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Review: The Suicide of Rachel Foster

It's really hard to decide what I think about The Suicide of Rachel Foster. On one hand I loved the setting, the wonderfully created hotel and the atmosphere felt as you walk...

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Review: Art of Rally

If we're handing out awards for "deceptively sim-like game of the year" then we can probably name Art of Rally as one of the likely candidates. Watching video footage of Art of...

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Review: Commandos 2 HD Remaster

I’ve never played Commandos 2 - one of the most talked-about strategy games of my youth. I’ve known about it - I knew it was hard, and it was similar to more...

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Review: Monster Truck Championship

TL;DR: Monster Truck Championship is not perfect technically, but I had a whole load of fun with it and think it’s awesome.  I start with this because I was expecting this...

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Review: 9 Monkeys of the Shaolin

‘They don’t make them like this any more.’ This seems to me what the developers may have been thinking as they embarked on side-scrolling brawler, 9 Monkeys of the Shaolin. Aside from...

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