Category Archive: PSN

PlayStation Network Reviews

Football Manager Classic 2014 review for PS Vita

Football Manager Classic 2014 is easier to admire than it is to love.

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Transistor review for PS4

Supergiant’s follow-up to Bastion is finally here. Does it live in its predecessor’s shadow or cast one of its own?

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The Walking Dead: Season 2 “In Harm’s Way” review for PC, Xbox 360, PS3

Clementine and friends contend with a new threat, fresh faces, and more zombies in the latest episode of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead.

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Star Wars Pinball: Heroes Within review for PS4, PS3, Xbox 360

Four new excellent Star Wars-themed tables from Zen Studios for all you scruffy looking nerfherders.

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God of War Collection review for PS Vita

Kratos is (sort of) back, this time on the PS Vita. Is he better than ever?

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Titan Attacks! review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Is there a place in today’s world for Space Invaders or Galaga? Titan Attacks! hopes so, because it’s borrowed from those games pretty liberally.

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Demon Gaze review for PS Vita

Think of Demon Gaze as a tweener: it’s neither a GOTY contender nor a challenger for worst game of the year.

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Destiny of Spirits review for PS Vita

Is it possible that Free-to-Play isn’t so bad after all? (Nah. But Destiny of Spirits is a good argument to the contrary.)

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Octodad: Dadliest Catch review for PS4

If you own a PS4 and are in the market for an Octopus-pretending-to-be-a-human simulator, this may be for you.

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Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars review for PS Vita

Kick some demon butt, make some fighting babies. Not necessarily in that order.

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Cel Damage HD review for PS Vita, PS3, PS4

A fun little vehicular combat game. With extra emphasis on the “little”.

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Child of Light review for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Wii U

Child of Light offers up a breathtaking visual experience on a variety of platforms, with a unique mix of platforming and RPG-style combat.

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King Oddball review for PS4

A game designed for mobile makes the jump to PS4. What could go wrong? Not a whole lot, apparently.

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The Wolf Among Us “A Crooked Mile” review for PC, XBLA, PSN

Bigby gets angry. Snow White gets angry. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum get angry. But you’ll likely be happy with the third episode of The Wolf Among Us.

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Deception IV: Blood Ties review for PS Vita, PS3

How many times can you drop a pumpkin on someone’s head, have them walk into the path of an oncoming train, and then hit them with a wall-full of spears before it gets old? (Spoiler alert: infinite times, if Deception IV is anything to go by.)

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Luftrausers review for PS Vita, PS3

Apparently rage and frustration are two key emotions in making a highly replayable game. Who knew?

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Towerfall: Ascension review for PS4

The main reason to buy an Ouya comes to the PS4, and suddenly becomes a good reason to pick up one of those, too.

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