PS4 Arcade

Raiden V Director's Cut Review

Raiden V felt like a game that ticks all the right boxes for a “Solid Shoot’em Up”. It is not trying to be the most innovative game of the genre. If you’re looking for a casual and good vertical shooter to spend your time with, Raiden V is a good choice.

Raiden V Director's Cut Review

Graceful Explosion Machine Review

Graceful Explosion Machine is a twitch-based shooter that is one part mentally stimulating and another part emotionally exhilarating. It’s not for everyone, though. You have to play through levels over and over again, trying to achieve combos and the best grades, to get the most out of this title.

Graceful Explosion Machine Review

Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castlla EX) Review

I guess if you really want to play a true to source retro game that does nothing to stand out, then I guess you will be just fine, you will most likely have fun and remember all the fun you used to have when you were a child. But for those who want games to evolve, to get better as time goes on, well, Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castilla EX) is just too lukewarm to really recommend.

Cursed Castilla (Maldita Castlla EX) Review

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Review

I can definitely applaud CE2 for not just resting on its laurels and just releasing more CEDX but with more maps and skins or something, but what they actually did with the gameplay managed to take a lot of the thrill out of it.

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Review

Brawl

Despite these shortcomings it is a solid party game if you have a friend or three that wants to play, and considering how rare it is in this day and age to find a game that supports this kind of multiplayer, I am impressed. If you miss Bomberman and want a game to play with your buddies, I can definitely recommend Brawl.

Brawl

In Space We Brawl

For every positive aspect, every point where the developers seem to make headway into the couch co-op space, there are two negatives staring back at you. Looking at stills, there was a hope that this would manage to be anything other then mediocre, but in practice, both with and without people to play with, ISWB never manages to get out of it's own way. Sadly, in the twinkling night sky of twin stick shooters and simple co-op enjoyments, this star never shines bright enough to attract any notice.

In Space We Brawl