Tag Archive: ps4

Planet of the Eyes review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Brevity is the soul of a pretty good platformer.

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Check out the tense new Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies – The Darkest Shore trailer

WIth the next chapter in the Call of Duty zombies saga coming soon, Activision dropped off a stinking fresh new trailer.

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PS4 sales top 5.9 million units during the holiday season

Sony took some time out of their day to announce yet another set of PlayStation 4 sales milestones for 2017. 

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PlayStation Store Update -The Count Lucanor, Energy Invasion, Planetbase

There’s definitely a bit of an eclectic selection of new digital PS4 and/or PS Vita titles on the PS Store this week.

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Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Double Dragon on a budget — a very, very, very low budget.

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Raiden V Director’s Cut review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

What’s better than a SHMUP? The Director’s Cut, duh!

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Okami HD review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

Okami finally gets the treatment it deserves. Not only in HD, but preserved on PC!

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Capcom reveals Monster Hunter: World’s Elder Dragons, DLC plans

Lots of new details and media for the anticipated new console Monster Hunter title.

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Undertale review for PS Vita, PS4

A pleasant, retro-style RPG with a twist.

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Rabi-Ribi review for PS Vita, PS4

Bunny girls meet bullet-hell platforming.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ’s opening cinematic brings the action and the drama

A new trailer for Bandai Namco’s much anticipated competitive Dragon Ball fighter.

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Full Throttle Remastered review for PS Vita, PS4

Full Throttle Remastered shows, once again, why Tim Schafer and co. have been held in such high regard for decades.

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The Long Dark review for Xbox One, PS4

The faint of heart need not apply.

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Jeopardy! review for PS4, Xbox One

I’ll take “Disappointing Games” for $200, Alex.

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