PS4 Strategy

Stellaris: Console Edition Review

"Civilization in Space" would definitely be my immediate summary of what Stellaris is, and hey, if that sounds like something you need in your life, this may very well be the shortest review you've ever read. "Civ in Space, 4X players are going to have a good time". Done.

Stellaris: Console Edition 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

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

Master of Anima Review

Master of Anima from Passtech Games takes the strategic micro-management aspect from RTS (Real-Time Strategy) games and mixes it with the exploration and puzzle-solving elements from the adventure genre to make one fresh adventure-RTS hybrid. The individual designs of the game may not be entirely original, but the synergy between various gameplay elements is rather remarkable.

Master of Anima Review

Korix Review

That’s probably for the best though. I can’t fathom going against a human player--I’d be ripped to shreds! Korix is a great entry level RTS that uses the technology of the PlayStation VR in a spectacularly immersive fashio

Korix Review

Siegecraft Commander Review

Unfortunately, unless you happen to have those real-life friends that want to play something really different and are willing to buy Siegecraft Commander with you, the rest of this title isn't something I can recommend.

Siegecraft Commander Review

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Mount & Blade: Warband is very much like Dungeons & Dragons in multiple ways. For one, the atmosphere matches well, but the most important similarity is the way it takes unprepared players by surprise. It takes hours to make your character and figure out how to play, but the problem is that this game is a bad Dungeon Master. It does leave the potential for a good game, but you still can’t have fun with a bad DM.

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Anomaly 2

11 bit studios continues to prove that a little innovation can go a long way. Anomaly 2 capitalizes on what made its predecessor so great by improving on an already unique take on the genre, adding great visuals, and a cleverly crafted competitive multiplayer that tower defense fans will surely enjoy.

Anomaly 2