PlayStation 4 Reviews (Page 46)
The king of twin stick shooters returns
November 26, 2014 - It's been a long time since the last Geometry Wars was released and the wait was worth it. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions improves the classic twin stick shooter formula with new three dimensional playfields and tons of content that will have players hooked for days.
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Rectangles have feelings, too
November 24, 2014 - It takes a great deal of talent to make a game about monochromatic rectangles intriguing and that's just what Mike Bithell accomplished when he created Thomas Was Alone. As a 2D platform puzzler, players will slide and jump their way through a wide variety of levels that will test their skills while one of the most unique and quirky narratives in gaming history unfolds.
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Classic Monopoly meets deceptive advertising
November 21, 2014 - Monopoly is a board game that millions have been enjoying (and angrily flipping off of the table) for decades. This release is a modern celebration of Monopoly that fans will enjoy yet it fails to live up to its promises.
Read more: Monopoly Family Fun Pack Review
The weather outside is frightful
November 19, 2014 - Every now and then a game comes out that encompasses a cinematic experience in a simple and captivating way. Never Alone accomplishes this very well although it will leave players wanting more as they'll be done with it after a couple of gaming sessions.
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These troopers prove that size doesn't matter
November 18, 2014 - Twin stick shooters are an overcrowded genre so it's great to see one that has an innovative concept. Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops allows players to control multiple soldiers at once in a simplistic and fun little package.
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Saving humanity one cell at a time
November 12, 2014 - It takes a lot for a twin stick shooter to stand out of the crowd as Nano Assault Neo-X does with its interesting premise and high production values. Players will appreciate the fun they will experience but may be disappointed by how brief it lasts.
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Do you expect me to talk? No, Mr. Robot, I expect you to die
November 6, 2014 - Old school indie arcade games seem to be popping up more frequently as of late and few are as unique and enjoyable as this game. Don't Die, Mr. Robot! is a 2D arcade survival game that will have players hooked for hours upon hours.
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Solar power sure can pack a punch
October 25, 2014 - Truly unique racing experiences such as Race The Sun are becoming a rare sight in today's gaming market. Players will find it hard not to get hooked on the lightning fast gameplay that will put even the most hardcore gamers' reactions to the test.
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The almighty Nidhogg prefers winners for dinner
October 19, 2014 - Multiplayer indie games seem to be all the rage recently and it's easy to see why with games as fun and unique as Nidhogg. Although it does have its shortcomings, Nidhogg delivers some fierce battles that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout every match.
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Don't mess with Fetch
October 15, 2014 - As a stand-alone expansion and prequel to inFamous: Second Son, First Light sets itself apart with a new playable character and a fresh sense of style. Players will have a great time wreaking havoc with their flashy superhuman abilities but not for as long as they did in the previous installment.
Read more: inFamous: First Light Review