Category - PlayStation 4 Review

Mass Effect: Andromeda PS4 Review

Space is big, like way bigger than any game or any series of games can contain, and that is just outer space, let’s not get started on inner space or aquatic space.  As a result the creators of the Mass Effect trilogy were able to craft...

Star Wars Rogue One Pinball Review

I was fortunate to see all the Star Wars movies in theaters, when they originally came out.  There was a close call during Return of the Jedi when my large soda fell off the banister onto the seats below me. Thankfully, my mom was there...

Final Fantasy XV Review

I, like many gamers who are a bit older, played all the Final Fantasy games and one-off titles like Final Fantasy Tactics when they came out. When the opening title for Final Fantasy XV comes up and it says “For Fans and...

Outlast 2 Demo Available Until November 1

Montreal, Canada – October 4, 2016/ After terrifying players at PAX East, E3, and Gamescom, the Outlast 2 demo is available today for free on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The demo will be available until Tuesday, November 1 only...

Attack on Titan Review (PS4)

You cant help but watch Attack On Titan and think “This needs to be a game!”. The Omni-directional gear alone screams from Bionic Commando’s past and the swordplay and aerial assaults across a walled-in, fortified city are...

Samurai Warriors 4 Empires PS4 Review

When I took the review for Samurai Warriors 4 Empires I thought, from just the initial images that I had seen, that it was an anime slasher with a few combo moves to remember – which I was more than in the mood for as my week of gaming...

World of Tanks PS4 Edition Review

I became a big fan of World of Tanks back in its original PC beta days.  Most players who play it these days wouldn’t recognize the game from back then since it has had a constant evolution rather than relying solely on player...

The Talos Principle Review (PS4)

I think therefore I am. -Descrates “You will be required to do wrong no matter where you go. It is the basic condition of life, to be required to violate your own identity. At some time, every creature which lives must do so. It is the...

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 Review (PS4)

One of the very first games I owned for the PlayStation 2 was Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 and, WOW, did I play the hell out of that game. Massive and fully interactive maps along with a fantastic and fun user interface made that game as...