Playstation 4

Ling: A Road Alone Review

The developers seem to think that minimalist presentation, limited mechanics and high, often unfair difficulty and repetitive combat are enough to distinguish Ling: A Road Alone from other hack-and-slash games.

Ling: A Road Alone Review

L. A. Noire: The VR Case Files Review

The VR Case Files, though technically well-adapted to the platform, is a novelty, a carnival rendition of a game I hold a huge amount of personal respect for. If nothing else, I thank L. A. Noire: The VR Case Files for reaffirming my love and respect for the original game.

L. A. Noire: The VR Case Files Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III is the third entry in the long-running Trails series in the Legend of Heroes franchise, developed by Nihon Falcom. Although the series has never reached mainstream popularity, the Trails of Cold Steel is considered as a hidden gem among the most devoted JRPG fans.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Review

Concrete Genie Review

As an allegory, bringing light to personal or cultural darkness through art isn’t terribly original but it’s still relatively surprising for any game to have a wider subtext, and besides, Concrete Genie’s deepest pleasures are aesthetic.

Concrete Genie Review

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint blurs the line between a singular, well-defined approach to the tactical shooter and a whole mess of other games, and the result is a loss of identity with little gained in the process.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint Review

Ancestors Legacy Review

Due to unfortunate design choices, I just wanted to rush through everything and couldn’t exactly enjoy my time with the game. In short, Ancestors Legacy felt too much like a chore to play. Saying this doesn’t bring me any joy because the Middle Ages setting and the presented factions were actually cool.

Ancestors Legacy Review

Psychotic's Agatha Knife Review

Maybe it’s better that Agatha Knife plays it safer because even the most straight-laced individual can enjoy the charm of Agatha’s sincere antics set against a strange world of (make)belief.

Psychotic's Agatha Knife Review

Greedfall Review

I always get excited when Spiders announces a new game because even though they might have technical difficulties, their games have heart. Greedfall is their latest and easily their best and most polished game to date.

Greedfall Review

Decay of Logos Review

When the game’s concept finally clicks, it turns out to be a smart action adventure that is wildly different from the usual indie tropes. It’s so exciting to end up in new and thrilling environments to explore after arduous treks through hostile lands.

Decay of Logos Review

Knights and Bikes Review

Knights and Bikes is highly recommended for those looking for a captivating cooperative game to play with a friend.

Knights and Bikes Review