PlayStation 4 Reviews (Page 15)
2D fighting has never rocked this hard
June 11, 2016 - Arc System Works' 18 year old flagship fighting franchise is back with a new installment. Although it's very similar to the previous game in the series, there's no denying that Revelator elevates Guilty Gear to possibly be the best 2D fighter in years.
Read more: Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator Review
Steamy turn-based action
June 10, 2016 - You have to hand it to developers who always try something different. The SteamWorld series consists of a tower defense title, a 2D mining action game, and now this strategy adventure set in space, but does it bring the franchise to new heights?
Read more: SteamWorld Heist Review
Witness the Rage of Fenix
June 8, 2016 - Super-difficult 2D platformers have been popping up like crazy over the past few years. Fenix Furia (previously known as Fenix Rage) continues the tradition but does it do enough to forge its own identity with so much competition out there?
Read more: Fenix Furia Review
The alchemy of a great RPG
June 7, 2016 - Gust's flagship series is back with the adventures of a brand new alchemist. Does Sophie have what it takes to fill the shoes of legendary atelier owners like Rorona and Ayesha? Let's turn on the cauldron and see how it boils down.
Read more: Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book Review
Feel like a ninja
June 3, 2016 - Playing as a ninja almost always makes for good times. Thankfully, Shadow Blade: Reload is here to provide even more fast-paced action. When you're ready, unsheathe your blade and let's slice through this adventure.
Read more: Shadow Blade: Reload Review
Less geometry, more wars
June 1, 2016 - There's nothing more old-school than reaching for that much sought-after high score. Score Rush Extended is built with this concept in mind and it provides some solid gameplay in the process but is there enough here to make it worth your quarters?
Read more: Score Rush Extended Review
A dystopian sci-fi twin stick adventure
May 31, 2016 - If you've been gaming for a while then you've probably played at least a few twin stick shooters. Neon Chrome is an ambitious roguelike that puts you in a dark futuristic world but how does it fare in such a crowded genre?
Read more: Neon Chrome Review
Falling down a well is more fun than you'd think
May 28, 2016 - Retro-inspired indie games are being made faster than comic book movies. Downwell's unique concept and tight gameplay set it apart from the competition but is that enough to make it a must-have title?
Read more: Downwell Review
A fun-filled trip to the lanes
May 27, 2016 - Very few video games provide satisfying yet mindless fun quite like bowling does. This update to 2012's Crazy Strike Bowling for PlayStation 3 offers more addictive action set in a familiar world so let's see if it gets a strike or lands in the gutter.
Read more: Crazy Strike Bowling EX Review
A retro isometric experience
May 24, 2016 - Old-school inspired indie games rarely emulate what made video gaming special back in the day. Thankfully, Lumo does so perfectly but does it also carry too much retro baggage?
Read more: Lumo Review