PS4 Games Reviews

Gran Turismo Sport (PlayStation 4) Review

Gran Turismo Sport (PlayStation 4) Review We’ve at all times taken Gran Turismo’s slogan, “the real driving simulator”, to be one thing of an underhand admission. Polyphony Digital’s simulation collection might have repeatedly set requirements within the physics division, but it surely’s by no means been a lot of a …

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Semispheres (PlayStation Vita) Review

Semispheres (PlayStation Vita) Review Semispheres, an indie puzzler from Vivid Helix, could have discovered its house on the PlayStation Vita with this just lately launched port. The Game has been obtainable on the PlayStation 4 since February, however the quick operating time and easy controls really feel like a significantly …

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar (PlayStation 4) Review

Battle Chasers: Nightwar (PlayStation 4) Review Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a flip based mostly role-playing Game with an emphasis on traversing randomised dungeons. However, it is not an infinite loot-’em-up dungeon crawler – it has a narrative, a cool forged of characters, and an fascinating Game world to discover. It’s …

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NASCAR Heat 2 (PlayStation 4) Review

NASCAR Heat 2 (PlayStation 4) Review The actual genius of NASCAR is its skill to remodel a unending collection of left-turns into bumper-to-bumper thrills and spills. Observe the overhead of any oval speedway and also you’re unlikely to be impressed, nevertheless it’s when a pack of raucous race vehicles line …

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SteamWorld Dig 2 (PlayStation 4) Review

SteamWorld Dig 2 (PlayStation 4) Review In SteamWorld Dig 2 you play as Dorothy, a steam powered mining robotic. Your ally Rusty, who eagle-eyed readers will bear in mind because the protagonist of the primary Game within the franchise, has gone lacking. Your mission is to search out him. This …

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Expand (PlayStation 4) Review

Expand (PlayStation 4) Review Sometimes a Game simply doesn’t land no matter its high quality. Expand, an indie title from Chris Johnson and Chris Larkin, suits the invoice. It hit Steam again in 2015 with comparatively little fanfare, and the identical appears to be taking place once more. This lack …

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