All posts tagged "playstation"

  • The Silver Case – PS4 Review

    The Suda-sensory Mother Lode The Silver Case, more than any virtual art piece I’ve experienced this year, is a product of its time. It is...

  • Mass Effect Andromeda – PS4 Review

    On the surface, it felt like the stars were aligned to make Mass Effect Andromeda one of my most anticipated games in a very long...

  • A Rose in the Twilight – Vita Review

    Cursed with immortality in the form of a thorny rose on her back, one girl will need to find her way through a broken castle...

  • Toukiden 2 – PS4 Review

    The original Toukiden took the Monster Hunter idea and put a classic feudal Japanese spin on it. Having originally released for the Vita it wasn’t...

  • Loot Rascals – PS4 Review

    When taking just a look at Loot Rascals, it may come across as familiar to some and simply intriguing to others. Some will recognize the...

  • Blue Rider – PS4 Review

    Blue Rider is a wonderful bout of nostalgia that recalls a time when arcade machines where still relevant and quarters took up more space in...

  • Dying Reborn – PS4 Review

    Dying: Reborn is marketed as “A dark, horror-themed puzzle game that creates a unique first-person room escape experience”. This is…mostly true? Dying: Reborn plays like...

  • Clans: Full Guide to Console Gaming Communities

    A comprehensive guide to online gaming clans for Xbox and PlayStation consoles. This article details what clans are best used for, how they operate, which...

  • Nioh – PS4 Review

    As of yesterday Nioh will have been out for two weeks. We’ve played, we’ve cried and we’ve been both entertained and frustrated as we’ve figured...

  • Devil May Cry – Retro Reflections

    In Devil May Cry a supernatural guy is visited by a mysterious woman who asks him to follow her and stop an ancient demon related...

  • Tales of Berseria – PS4 Review

    Tales of Berseria is the long-awaited pseudo-prequel to 2015’s Tales of Zestiria (which we loved). Set in the same world, Berseria takes place many centuries...

  • Burnout 3: Takedown – Retro Reflections

    I am not a big fan of racing games. On the arcades I used to play shooters, fighters and beat’em ups; I never bought a...

  • Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King – Retro Reflections

    I have always been a fan of Japanese role playing games for their magical worlds, lovable characters and friendly combat system. Dragon Quest 8 was...

  • Digimon World: Next Order – PS4 Review

    Fans of the Digimon world will likely enjoy this offering the most. However, this is a slower grind of a game, one that will not...

  • Double Dragon IV – PS4 Review

    Double Dragon IV clings to its retro inspirations just a little too tightly. Fans of the old 8-bit titles will likely enjoy their romp here...