Tag Archives: PS4


Transformers Devastation Review

Activision roll out the Transformers license to Platinum Games, hoping that their stellar track record with character action games restores the faith that’s been lost through some less than stellar titles in recent history. How well do the minds behind Bayonetta and Metal Gear Rising pick up this classic franchise? Game: Transformers Devastation Developer: Platinum


Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review

The Uncharted series, a clear homage to both Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider, with clever back story, great set of characters, funny one-liners, and lots of action, is one of my favourite game franchises of the past decade. With Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End coming to PlayStation 4 in March 2016, The Nathan Drake Collection is a great way


A Not-So-Necessary Anniversary Edition for a PS2 Original

The Legend of Kay Anniversary Developed by: Kaiko, Neon Studios Published by: Nordic Games Genre(s): Action/Adventure, Platformer Rating: E10+ Availability: Out now for Mac, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360 Synopsis: 10 years after its initial release, Legend of Kay – Anniversary is a thoroughly remastered version of the original game: high-resolution


Review: Life is Strange: Episode 4 Dark Room (Sony PlayStation 4)

  Life is Strange: Episode 4 – Dark Room Publisher: Square-Enix Developer: Dontnod Entertainment Genre: Interactive Drama Release Date: 07/28/2015 (Note: This review will feature text copied from my review of episode one. As things like graphics, audio, and core mechanics are unlikely to change between episodes, there’s hardly a good reason to rewrite bits


Review: Styx: Master of Shadows

Styx: Master of Shadows is a prequel to Of Orcs and Men, a fantasy role playing game on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. I had never heard of this before Master of Shadows and I’m not sure the backstory (fore-story?) was useful in enjoying Master of Shadows.   Styx was drawn to my attention by


The best games on current-gen consoles

Hey Watchtower devotees! It’s crazy to think about, but we’re about 18 months into this current console generation and while it was slow going in the first year, there have been a handful of awesome, if not revolutionary releases so far. Today my friends I’m listing the top 5 next-gen console games! By the end


The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Review

The Elder Scrolls Online is already familiar to PC users, having already been out for more then a year, leaving console users behind. Finally, Bethesda have brought The Elder Scrolls Online to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, whilst also getting rid of the subscription price. Can The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited hold up