Category: PSN

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No Man’s Focus – A Look At Hello Games, Their ‘Magnum Opus’ And Beyond

Have you ever played a game called ‘Joe Danger’,? It’s a wonderful little indie-game from some little-known developers in a place called Guildford (in Surrey, England). Think cartoons, 90’s video-games and Evil Knievel combined to create a beautiful little love-child, creating wonderful 3D graphics on a wonderfully presented 2D plain. ...

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No Man’s Pie… I Mean Sky… Sky I Said!

Time to count down the days, not that you aren’t already. The super (not at all) formula(ic) space pirate/exploration/isolation nightmare game is soon to land. If you have any brains (like me) you will have preordered well in advance to experience this game teeming in potential. I am still not...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 PS4 Review

We are a month on from the release of Konami’s annual iteration of Pro Evolution Soccer, the least successful of the two “big” football releases of the year, but this year seemingly the stronger performing title. The ‘other’ title I refer to in this instance is FIFA, in case you...

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Methods to the Madness Part 1 – How Not To Play a Game

Last week I shared with you my almost overwhelming need to get things right when playing a Metal Gear Solid game. Since then, we have seen the release of Hideo Kojima’s (arguably) Magnum Opus, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain… If Carlsberg made videogames… well they would probably be...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 review

Konami returns to the fore with the newest release in their long-running football simulation series. Seen by many of its followers as the ‘true football experience,’ Pro Evolution Soccer has been a game of middling success this generation. However that is all set to change and change is not just an evolution...

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Fist of the North Star (PS3 review)

Fist of the North Star is one of my favourite anime and one of the first japanimation films I saw as a young child. As someone who had previously only seen something as violent asThundercats, Fist of the North Star (and prior to that Akira) blew my mind – uber-violent, sharp, compelling, and thus something...

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Pid PC/Mac

Pid is a wonderfully strange and quaint game, coming from the Scandinavian mind hive of Might and Delight, and a debut that takes many of its cues for its gameplay from old-school platformers such as Mega Man and Bionic Commando. Pid really endears itself to the nostalgic gamer with a soft spot for beautiful visual fidelity,...

A Fangtastic Idea? Where are the truly awesome Vampire games? 0

A Fangtastic Idea? Where are the truly awesome Vampire games?

Vampires, they are dead cool aren’t they? Yes, yes they are. Thanks.