Tag: Playstation 4

Sonic Forces Review

  Despite its fan community already producing an excellent Sonic game this year, SEGA and Sonic Team have decided to release their own attempt with Sonic Forces. Utilising both its history and modern sensibilities, Sonic Forces hopes to capture the essence of the franchise but also offering a fun and different take on previous Sonic ...

A Hat In Time Review

Kickstarted games have a history of not meeting expectations, from Mighty No. 9 to Yooka-Laylee. Thankfully this doesn’t apply to A Hat In Time, a 3D Platformer taking inspiration from the Nintendo 64’s greatest platformers. A Hat In Time differs as worlds share few similarities, feeling like it’s unsure of what it truly wants to ...

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Review

Over three years ago developer Monolith Productions were able to produce an excellent licensed Lord of the Rings game with Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor by mimicking the success Rocksteady had pioneered with the Batman Arkham series. One of the truly standout features of this game was the Nemesis system in which every Orc, or rather ...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Review

Over a year since the release of the masterful Uncharted 4, Naughty Dog have been slowing releasing new content via the multiplayer portion of the game while continuing to work on the main single-player DLC. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the stand alone expansion is finally out and with it comes a whole new story to be told. Does greatness still await, or is it one adventure that is better left untraveled?

Sonic Mania Review

Sonic games have always been a roller coaster when it came to quality with often the best ones being the games that closely related back to past Sonic games. Sonic Mania, pulling inspiration from specifically the 2D versions of Sonic planned to not only offer a compelling return to form but also showcase how excellent a new Sonic game can be. Thankfully SEGA and significant developers of the Sonic community have brought this dream to life in what quite possibly is the best Sonic game yet.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review

The ‘90s, a simpler time in video games where the leaders of the home console market SEGA and Nintendo both had their key mascot platformers pushing sales of their console. Sony was an up-and-comer at the time and wanted to have their own idol platformer. They found one in Naughty Dog's Crash Bandicoot. Over twenty years later Vicarious Visions has brought the original three main titles back to life in the release of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. But does the game still hold up, or is it something best left in the past?

Little Nightmares Review

Nightmares, dreams that are likely to invoke a strong emotional response, commonly under the guise of fear. Little Nightmares, a game which hopes to instill the essence of this word, grabs the player, and throws them into a visually disturbing world filled with horrors behind every door. But is this one nightmare that’s worth experiencing, or just another bad dream?