The Angry Birds Movie 2 VR: Under Pressure Review
I came into The Angry Birds Movie 2 VR: Under Pressure with a bit of a chip on my shoulder because I had to sit through a trailer that should have been relegated to an in-game menu option. However, I was captivated by the game’s charm and challenge to a degree I didn’t expect.
The Padre Review
The Padre is a voxel-style take on horror with callbacks to various elements from the golden age of survival horror games. Anyone growing up with games like Resident Evil or Silent Hill will feel right at home with The Padre as it attempts to emulate fixed camera angles and blocky visuals of the past.
Age of Wonders: Planetfall Review
Impatient gamers looking for immediate gratification may have a struggle with Age of Wonders: Planetfall’s leisurely, semi-opaque early game and mildly vertiginous learning curve but the pace picks up and patience pays off as the game evolves into a challenging mixture of combat and civ-building.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review
Wolfenstein: Youngblood makes some very odd design choices that made me develop an active dislike for it. And because it brings little to the table storywise, unless it somehow gets referenced in Wolfenstein III, this is going to be one of those adventures that’s forgotten about in a month.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Review
The Final Battle is a very divided experience. On one hand, the Territory Recovery mode features the same blisteringly fast and thrilling action which made Attack on Titan 2 so great. On the other hand, though, the top billing of the expansion is a big disappointment.
Mini-Mech Mayhem Review
With its surprising level of complexity and depth, Mini-Mech Mayhem is a game that could have a wider appeal were it not crippled by its PSVR exclusivity. I don’t see why the game was engineered for the VR platform because there’s nothing here that made me think “Wow! I feel so immersed!”. After all, this is a game where you consistently stare at a table.
Super Neptunia RPG Review
Brace yourself for almost immediate disappointment. The platforming, combat and quests have all been done much better by many other games and while the game references are cute and marginally unexpected, they aren’t enough to balance the scales in Super Neptunia RPG’s favor.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II Review
Overall, if you've played and enjoyed the first game in the series, getting Trails of Cold Steel II is a no-brainer. You're going to love it. It's pretty easy to say that the PS4 port is the definitive version with enhanced graphics, sounds, and all DLC included with it.