Category Archive: PS4

PlayStation 4 Reviews

NHL 15 review for PS4, Xbox One

EA Sports' consistently great hockey title takes two steps forward, two steps back.

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The Golf Club review for PS4, Xbox One

Just as generic as its name, in the end the developers should have taken a mulligan.

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Counterspy review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Counterspy may have a too-short playtime and too-long load times, but neither of those things is enough to prevent it from being an otherwise outstanding game.

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inFamous First Light review for PS4

An ironically-named, dark and intriguing inFamous Second Son side story worth checking out.

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Velocity 2X review for PS4, PS Vita

Part shmup, part platformer, all fun.

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Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate review for PS4, Xbox One, PS Vita

Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate brings one of the best musou titles around back to consoles, including the PS4, Xbox One, and PS Vita.

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The Swapper review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Not many games could be described as "Kubrickian"…but then again, not many games are as fantastic as The Swapper.

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Madden NFL 15 review for PS4, Xbox One

EA Sports scores a touchdown of their own with the latest release in the Madden franchise.

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The Last Tinker: City of Colors review for PS4

Ack, my eyes!

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Pure Pool review for PS4

Even with its flaws, this is still one of the finest console billiards games to date.

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Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition review for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition brings new content and significant improvements to the original console release of the popular PC title.

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Rogue Legacy review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

The super-addictive roguelike comes to all PlayStation platforms. Prepare to lose time everywhere you go.

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Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty! review for PS4

Does a fresh coat of paint make Oddworld shiny and new ('n' tasty)?

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Crimsonland review for PS4

Just because you can remake an old game, it doesn't necessarily follow that you should.

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