Playstation 4

Beat Saber Review

Beat Saber comes at the end of a really important year for the PSVR, with games like Tetris Effect, Moss, and Astro Bot Rescue Mission giving renewed life to the two-year old device. These games — but especially Beat Saber — are the best evidence for VR being more than a promising but ultimately niche technology.

Beat Saber Review

The Last Remnant Remastered Review

In the end (as you can probably tell), The Last Remnant isn't really my cup of tea. I just can't get into the story here and the gameplay isn't exciting enough to hold my interest. I blame the dull characters and the repetitive hands-off approach to the battle system.

The Last Remnant Remastered Review

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: Silver Linings Review

According to an old saying, every cloud is supposed to have a silver lining, and as Spider-Man, you often have to look for the good in a whole sea of bad. Thankfully, the Silver Linings DLC for Marvel’s Spider-Man has a whole lot of good to it, so searching for the proverbial good part wasn’t that hard.

Marvel's Spider-Man DLC: Silver Linings Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is cracker of a game with a quirky outlook, exciting exploration, punctual tactical combat and a sublime atmosphere.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

Red Matter Review

In space, comrade, no one can hear your praise the Motherland. Vertical Robot makes its debut on the PlayStation VR with Red Matter, an awesome first-person adventure game about wandering through a moon base left abandoned by its crew. With its evocative environmental storytelling and chilling atmosphere, Red Matter comes off as the beautiful love child between BioShock and Singularity.

Red Matter Review

Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the Lost Blade, Episode 1 - Hunted Review

The added lore is a welcome addition in the episode but what Hunted boils down to is this: if what you want is to spend three more hours doing the same things you did for sixty hours, then Legacy of the Lost Blade’s first episode is a success on all fronts.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the Lost Blade, Episode 1 - Hunted Review

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy Review

If you love Spyro, and like what you see and hear of the game, then there'll be no catches to disappoint you. What you see is what you get, and what you get is a blast from the past, with an amazing and impressive passion put into bringing the games back, better than ever.

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy Review

GRIP: Combat Racing Review

In short, GRIP’s gameplay is a mix of Wipeout and Mario Kart, seeing racers competing against each other on rapidly-changing tracks that can go suddenly vertical, all the while attempting to hit speed boosts and collect power-ups and weapons to best fellow competitors.

GRIP: Combat Racing Review

Persona Dancing: Endless Nights Collection Review

All the makings for a good show with a well-established cast, colorful action and good music are there, but with a hefty price tag. To pay hundred bucks for the collection, you really must ask yourself if you’re a fan enough to get something you might not entirely enjoy.

Persona Dancing: Endless Nights Collection Review

Darksiders III Review

When viewed against the other two games in the series, Darksiders III is a complete disappointment. The gameplay is harder than it needs to be and does no favors. It’s also half-broken in a lot of places, lacks polish, and its stability is questionable at best.

Darksiders III Review

Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition Review

When it comes down to it, Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition is an ambitious game that failed to ultimately capture me. Early on it discouraged me from continuous play, and while I eventually got into a rhythm, the barriers of entry still gated off levels of enjoyment.

Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Edition Review

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

There is fun to be had with Warriors Orochi 4, I certainly found myself hooked in once I got going, yet I don’t recommend this game for the uninitiated. It failed to leave a strong lasting impression, and I lacked the emotional connection to the story concepts.

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

The Shapeshifting Detective Review

In the end, The Shapeshifting Detective will give you a solid mystery to solve with some unique story mechanics behind it. As a bonus, the game also has some great replayability as well, and it can be entertaining to see how one playthrough changes from the next.

The Shapeshifting Detective Review