All News tagged with 'Review'

The Dark Picture Anthology The Devil In Me mini-review

Despite middling reviews from early release, The Dark Pictures Anthology The Devil in Me is a fantastic addition to the series and a brilliant way to close off the first season of the franchise — yet, it does have its flaws.

Posted 7 months ago by Sean Lawson 0

God of War Ragnarok review — PS4 end times herald PS5 best times

This is our God of War Ragnarok review — the direct sequel to the iconic critical darling God of War (2018). Developed by PlayStation Studio Santa Monica, Kratos and Atreus' latest action adventure for PS5 and PS4 is exceptional.

Posted 7 months ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 8

Gran Turismo 7 review

Gran Turismo 7 marks the return to the track for PlayStation exclusive sim-racing. With its unrelenting passion for accuracy, can the game put rubber on the road or will it slide away from the apex? Kes is going to find out.

Posted 1 year ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 8

Horizon Forbidden West review

Horizon Forbidden West marks a return to the post-post-apocalypse open world, Aloy, and deadly terraforming machines. Can this hotly anticipated PlayStation game hit the bullseye? Kes roams the plains to find out.

Posted 1 year ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 15

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection review

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Collection contains the two entries of the PS4 generation — A Thief's End and The Lost Legacy — into a single PS5 package. Are these adventures another relic nearly five years on? Kes is on the case!

Posted 1 year ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 6

Death Stranding: Director's Cut review

Death Stranding: Director's Cut adds a bunch of new content that makes life traversing the United Cities of America a little more bearable. Except for the racetrack, stay away from the racetrack.

Posted 1 year ago by Sean Carey 4

Kena: Bridge of Spirits review

With Kena: Bridge of Spirits' new fantasy world to explore, Kes set out into the forest village with staff in hand to see what awaits in this action-adventure from first-time developer, Ember Lab.

Posted 1 year ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 8

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut review

Heading back to the windy isles of Japan has never looked so vividly harsh. Kes flicks out his samurai sword to review the extra story content, graphical fidelity, and more of Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut.

Posted 1 year ago by Kes Eylers-Stephenson 7

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart review

The jaw-dropping interdimensional return of Ratchet is here at last! Luke loads up on ludicrous weapons to put Insomniac's stunning PS5 adventure through its paces...

Posted 2 years ago by Luke Albigés 2

Chicory: A Colorful Tale review

Had your eye on Chicory: A Colorful Tale? Thinking about picking it up as your next adventure? Check out what we thought after our time with the game in our Chicory: A Colorful Tale review.

Posted 2 years ago by Heidi Nicholas 0

Guilty Gear -Strive- review

The PS5 finally has its first proper fighting game, and it is an absolute beauty. What Strive may lack in single-player content, it more than makes up for with both style and substance, argues fighting fanatic Luke...

Posted 2 years ago by Luke Albigés 0

Cyberpunk 2077 review

Cyberpunk 2077 is almost upon us! Here are our thoughts after spending a good amount of quality time with CD Projekt RED's latest epic RPG adventure...

Posted 2 years ago by Heidi Nicholas 13

PlayStation 5 review

We've been trying out Sony's new console for the past few weeks. After some much-needed time with it, here are our thoughts on every facet of the PlayStation 5...

Posted 2 years ago by Brittany Vincent 12

The Last of Us Part 2 review (spoiler-free)

The Last of Us Part II is a brutal, harrowing follow-up to one of the best games of all time. Here's the TrueTrophies verdict on the long awaited sequel.

Posted 3 years ago by Oscar Dayus 37

Review: VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action

If you ever felt like tending bar in a videogame world, VA-11 HALL-A is the visual novel for you. Meet an eclectic mix of cyberpunk misfits as they try to find answers at the bottom of a glass.

Posted 4 years ago by Sam Quirke

DLC Review: Stellaris – Leviathans

Stellaris is a great entry point into grand strategy for those who love an epic space opera setting, and the Leviathans DLC adds an extra layer of depth and mystery that gives the galactic chess board some narrative weight.

Posted 4 years ago by Sam Quirke

Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 Review

Life is Strange 2 is the long-awaited sequel to a game that has over time become a fan favourite for its emotional narrative about love, loss and nascent superpowers. How does the first true sequel stack up against expectations?

Posted 5 years ago by Sam Quirke

Spider-Man review

It's great when a game lives up to its hype. There's no superhero better suited for video games than Spider-Man, and no one has even brought him and his world to life more impressively than Insomniac.

Posted 5 years ago by Mark Delaney 9

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is supposed to be the culmination of Lara Croft's journey into her adventuress form. Yet the game, while fun and competent, fails to reach new heights and goes out with a fizzle rather than a bang.

Posted 5 years ago by Sam Quirke

Old Time Hockey Review

Old Time Hockey brings the sport back in time to a forgotten era. Largely different than EA's hockey offering, the game is a refreshing change of pace but suffers from some questionable design decisions.

Posted 6 years ago by Marc Caccamise

The Sexy Brutale Review

The Sexy Brutale is an enigmatic place. Over the course of 12 hours, the staff of this mansion casino will kill the same guests at the same times and in the same ways as always, and figuring out how to save them is riveting.

Posted 6 years ago by Brandon Fusco

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin Review

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin bridges the gap between Psychonauts and Psychonauts 2. It's a story that was never meant to be told but it will no doubt satisfy real fans of the franchise to know what really happened.

Posted 6 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Horizon: Zero Dawn Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn is an incredible sci-fi tale set inside of one of the most engrossing open-worlds to date. It is undoubtedly the beginning of the next big franchise for PlayStation.

Posted 6 years ago by Marc Caccamise

iO Review

Within iO resides something genuinely fun, but the inability to properly communicate with the player can quickly and regularly derail what is an otherwise solid and even occasionally addicting game.

Posted 6 years ago by Brandon Fusco

Shu Review

In recent years the 2D platforming genre has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. One of the latest 2D platformers to hit the Playstation 4, Shu, is hoping to make its own mark as a worthy title in the genre, but will it succeed?

Posted 7 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart Review

Very few hidden object title have made it onto Playstation consoles but developer Artifex Mundi has released the first of their many adventure titles on Playstation 4. It's as good a place to start as any other.

Posted 7 years ago by Rebecca Smith

No Man's Sky Review

No Man's Sky is an ambitious game from the team that brought you Joe Danger. Its lofty goal is to create an entire procedurally generated universe. Are those 18 quintillion planets all they're cracked up to be?

Posted 7 years ago by Brandon Fusco

Headlander Review

Headlander, the latest offering from Double Fine and Adult Swim, plays trippy head games with players in this side-scrolling adventure.

Posted 7 years ago by Cindy Minguez

Full Mojo Rampage Review

Full Mojo Rampage, developed by Over The Top Games, is an homage to both Voodoo and a variety of classic games. Can it all come together to do them justice, or did their sacrifices fail to deliver?

Posted 7 years ago by Brandon Fusco

Shadwen Review

Frozenbyte, the developer behind the hit Trine Series, is back with a new stealth-based title called Shadwen, and it is completely unlike anything they have done so far.

Posted 7 years ago by MunchMagic1986

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Review

There are few studios in the world that are as prestigious as Naughty Dog, especially in the past decade. Despite having been around for nearly 30 years at this point, it wasn't until Uncharted: Drake's Fortune that they started to be regarded as one of the most technically and artistically capable

Posted 7 years ago by Brandon Fusco

TT Review: Severed

Drinkbox Studios has made the jump from 2D gaming to a first person hack 'n slash with their latest release, Severed. It's clear that they know how to make a solid Metroidvania puzzle-platformer, but does this experimental game fit them as well? [img= label=true]Ready for a psychedelic trip

Posted 7 years ago by Brandon Fusco

TT Review: Alienation

Housemarque is a studio known for its quality catalog of PlayStation games, with hits such as Super Stardust HD, Outland, and RESOGUN. Their latest release, Alienation, is a spiritual successor to their PlayStation 3 game, Dead Nation. Rather than fighting off hordes of the undead using weapons base

Posted 7 years ago by Brandon Fusco

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