Category: PlayStation 4

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“Sackboy: A Big Adventure” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews | 0 Comments | 02 Dec 2020

Sackboy: A Big Adventure takes the franchise in a new direction while still maintaining the infectious charm of its predecessors

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“Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla” Review

author image by Josh Schwartzman | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 02 Dec 2020

The Assassin’s Creed franchise has come a long way since its inception back in 2007. Gone are the quiet, calculated kills from the shadows, replaced with loud, brandish battles filled with violent fanfare and over-the-top executions. Valhalla is the biggest…

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“Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews | 0 Comments | 22 Nov 2020

At its core, though, Spider-Man: Miles Morales is really just more Spider-Man. It doesn’t reinvent the wheel or anything like that.

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“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 22 Nov 2020

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a game that wears many hats, but doesn’t fit any of them quite right.

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“Watch Dogs: Legion” Review

author image by Josh Schwartzman | PC PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Reviews Xbox One Xbox Series X | 0 Comments | 16 Nov 2020

Legion’s gameplay feels entirely bland and uninspiring, despite its ambition on making every character in the game playable. The story sometimes gets lost in the random filler and constant need to meet everyone in the city, and it’s here where Watch Dogs: Legion loses its heart.

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“The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope” Review

author image by Alex Quevedo | PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 10 Nov 2020

What better way to have celebrated Halloween than with the release of a spooky game in The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope. It’s a survival horror game that has you jumping back and forth in time to figure out what’s…

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“Mad Rat Dead” Review

author image by Filippo Dinolfo | Articles Nintendo Switch PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 10 Nov 2020

If you had one day left, what would you do? Would you spend it with the family? Go out and have fun? Bury old grievances? There are many options, and the answer is a very personal one. Mad Rat Dead…

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“Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning” Review

author image by Eduard Gafton | PC PlayStation 4 Reviews Steam Xbox One | 0 Comments | 02 Nov 2020

Despite being a huge fan of western RPGs such as Skyrim and Dragon Age: Origins, I somehow completely missed playing Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning when it originally released back in 2012. After THQ Nordic bought the rights to the series…

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“The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV” Review

author image by Danreb Victorio | Nintendo Switch PlayStation 4 | 0 Comments | 23 Oct 2020

A little more than a year after Trails of Cold Steel III’s release on the PS4, North American fans are finally being treated to the conclusion of the war epic that began in 2013 on the PS3, and it delivers in so many ways.

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“Star Wars: Squadrons” Review

author image by Alex Quevedo | PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 09 Oct 2020

A Star Wars flying game? Now there’s a game I haven’t heard of in a long, long time. A long time. Some haven’t played such a game since, oh, before you were born – provided you were born in 1998…

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“13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim” Review

author image by Brandon Perkins | PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 09 Oct 2020

The game I’m reviewing was almost a total failure. I don’t mean the production of the game (it was long, but fruitful). I mean the release. The first weeks of this game’s release in 2019 were a major downturn from…

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“Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time” Review

author image by Jon Yelenic | PlayStation 4 Reviews Xbox One | 0 Comments | 05 Oct 2020

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time maintains the spirit and core identity of the trio of games it serves as a sequel to, but I don’t think that’s entirely a good thing. Its solid controls, wacky humor sprinkled throughout the…

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