PlayStation 4 Reviews (Page 26)
October 3, 2016 - Dead Synchronicity mixes classic point and click gameplay with a mature dystopian setting. But, does it craft a compelling combination?
Read more: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review
A little less Power, a lot more Stoned
September 28, 2016 - Arena fighting fans have been patiently waiting for a new Power Stone for over a decade. LastFight features hectic four player bouts but does it have the stones to step in the ring with its predecessor?
Read more: LastFight Review
Pac is back like a champion
September 27, 2016 - After almost a decade, you wouldn't think this brand new sequel would ever come out. Finally, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 is upon us but does it live up to the undeniably awesome original?
Read more: Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Review
Rock out with your sword out
September 26, 2016 - Indie developers rarely capture the true spirit of old-school games. Thankfully, Slain: Back from Hell feels like a long-lost SNES game complete with enough frustrating elements that would make even the Dalai Lama throw his controller.
Read more: Slain: Back from Hell Review
A curious game indeed
September 24, 2016 - As an already popular franchise in Japan, Touhou games are slowly coming to western shores. This second title is an action RPG set in a charming world so let's see if Gensokyo is a land worth visiting.
Read more: Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity Review
Test your memory and your patience
September 21, 2016 - Some games are made just to tempt gamers to throw their controllers. Rive offers intense twin-stick shooting gameplay but does it provide a fair enough challenge?
Read more: Rive Review
A comedy of errors
September 20, 2016 - I was quite looking forward to playing Zenith. At first glance, it looked like it might be something along the lines of a Baldur's Gate or Dungeon Siege. Boy, was I in for a disappointment.
Read more: Zenith Review
Bringing full motion video back from the dead
September 20, 2016 - Live action point and click games are a rare breed these days, especially on consoles. Can The Bunker revitalize a long-forgotten genre?
Read more: The Bunker Review
The original walking sim returns
September 20, 2016 - Originally released on PC in 2012, Dear Esther was the first game to earn the rather unflattering moniker of walking simulator. Love them or hate them, walking sims are now a burgeoning genre. But how does the original hold up today?
Read more: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review
Explosive cooperative shooting
September 18, 2016 - There sure are a lot of shoot 'em ups coming out lately. Stardust Galaxy Warriors emphasizes cooperative gameplay in its wacky world but does it do enough to stand out in such a crowded genre?
Read more: Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax Review