PlayStation 4 Reviews (Page 5)
The foul-mouthed shooter is back
April 10, 2017 - It may not be new but the 2011 first-person shooter has returned to modern consoles with a fresh coat of paint and a few additions.
Read more: Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review
A long and tedious tale
April 7, 2017 - After previously being available separately on console and PC, the Banner Saga games are now being re-released as a bundle with some brand-new DLC. However, is their combined epic journey one worth taking?
Read more: Banner Saga Complete Pack + Survival Mode Review
Grass skirts are back in style
April 6, 2017 - Classic 2D platforming doesn't get much more frantic than the original Wonder Boy. However, is this remake worth a download or are you better off sticking to the original 8-bit cartridge?
Read more: Wonder Boy Returns Review
A formidable 3D buddy platformer
April 5, 2017 - What do you get when a bat and a chameleon team up for a colourful adventure? One heck of a good time. So, let's head over to Shipwreck Creek and get ready for a modern take on classic 3D platformers.
Read more: Yooka-Laylee Review
A glitchy and tedious tale
April 3, 2017 - When you look at a 2D action game that features mini-Metroidvania stages, it definitely seems promising. However, is SkyKeepers a worthwhile experience after persevering through its glitches and inherent frustration?
Read more: SkyKeepers Review
Omega Force's oni hunter returns
April 3, 2017 - The sequel to Koei Tecmo's medieval Japanese monster hunting game is finally here so grab your demon hand and let's fight some oni.
Read more: Toukiden 2 Review
Is this really the end?
April 2, 2017 - FromSoftware's epic series of challenging action RPGs has supposedly come to an end with this latest DLC. The Ringed City is definitely a memorable albeit brief adventure so let's journey forth to the land of ash and see what it has to offer.
Read more: Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review
Here comes the rain again
March 30, 2017 - Rain World is an indie game that pulls no punches. It has no sympathy for the player as it conveys a realistic dystopian world where a meager slugcat has virtually no chance of survival against the array of larger, faster, stronger predators that now populate the land.
Read more: Rain World Review
Slithering serpent fun without the bite
March 29, 2017 - If you've ever wanted to control a snake while maneuvering around tricky stages then here's a game for you. Snake Pass may feature novel gameplay but does it amount to fun or are you better off playing with your own pet snake?
Read more: Snake Pass Review
An incredible game that takes a while to grow on you
March 27, 2017 - Whenever a game releases that requires patience to start being enjoyable, it usually gets a mixed reaction. In comes Has-Been Heroes, an unconventional strategic roguelike gem that also happens to be one of the most rewarding indie games ever made.
Read more: Has-Been Heroes Review