PS4 Exclusive Reviews

Utawarerumono: ZAN Review – PlayStation 4

Games set in the Visual Novel genre usually only appeal to a certain set of gamers as not everyone wants an experience that consists of mostly reading. The Utawarerumono franchise is a visual novel bu...

Judgment Review – PlayStation 4

Sega and Ryu go Gotoku Studio have been on quite a roll with their games this generation. Already we’ve seen great new entries in the Yakuza franchise from them along with great remakes of past ...

Blood & Truth Review – PlayStation VR

When the PlayStation VR launched back in October 2016 one of the first games many of us played was PlayStation VR Worlds from Sony London Studio. It was a collection of five experiences that gave us a...

Tetris Effect Review – PlayStation 4

Did you know that the best selling game of all time is Tetris? There is something about stacking these tetriminos that is both satisfying and addictive. The franchise was probably most popular back on...

Firewall Zero Hour Review – PlayStation VR

PlayStation VR has been represented by a wide variety of genre’s but first-person shooters is one I was waiting to see more from. Sure we have some on the platform but they are usually games tha...

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review – PlayStation 4

Sega has been on a role with the Yakuza franchise as of late. Just last year we got the excellent remake of the first game with Yakuza Kiwami and then earlier this year we got the latest game, Yakuza ...

The Persistence Review – PlayStation VR

I’ve said it before but virtual reality and horror are a perfect match. Sure movies or traditional horror games can creep us out and scare us but when you actually feel like you’re in the ...

God of War Review – PlayStation 4

In my opinion the worst thing you can do with a long running franchise is let it grow stale. Getting comfortable prevents one from pursuing greater things and you keep getting more of the same as a re...

Shadow of the Colossus Review – PlayStation 4

Shadow of the Colossus is one of the most iconic and well regarded videogames of all time ever since it released in late 2005 at the tail end of the PS2 lifecycle. It was Fumito Ueda’s second ga...

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