Category - PlayStation 4 Review

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 loyalty. ...

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 ultimate...

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 addictive...

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos Review (PS4)

When I was asked if I wanted to review Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, a game about scantily-clad women killing zombies, I was wondering if they had designed this game just for me and if our Editor-in-Chief really needed to ask if I wanted to play. That...

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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Review (PS4)

There’s just something about anime and big swords that just go great together. I think maybe even more so for anime video games, because there is something particularly satisfying about being the one who is swinging those big swords...

Zen Pinball 2 Portal Table Review (PSN)

I always get excited when there is a new Zen Studios pinball table up for review. I only own a handful of the dozens available on the consoles but they get regular play in our household and addictive “one more game” fever sweeps...

Arcania: The Complete Tale Review (PS4)

When Arcania: Gothic 4 came out in November of 2010, it was a pretty busy time in my life. I felt I had to review the game, not to just play it but also immerse myself in it as both a stress relief and escape. Everything I had seen alluded...

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Review

I do enjoy a good fighting game from time to time. Remembering when I was younger, lining up my quarters on the Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat machine at the arcade only to be quickly stomped into submission when it was finally my turn at the...

The Evil Within Review (PS4)

I  just can’t get enough of survival horror games. From the old school Alone in the Dark games to Resident Evil, they are the closest thing to entering into a horror movie – even more so than haunted attractions. At haunts, there...

Marvel Pinball’s Venom Table Review...

Zen Studios definitely knows the physics of the little silver ball. Other companies have come close, but Zen seems to have mastered it to the next level. Playing their tables, it is easy to believe that the little digital ball dancing around a...