Pode (PS4 Pro) review. Lovely little story with diverse gameplay and puzzles.
Anyone's Diary (PSVR) review. Short-lived technical mess.
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4 Pro) review.
Mind-bending psychological sci-fi takes another part of questioning A.I. Brilliantly written story surrounded with balanced gameplay.
Vane (PS4 Pro) review. Lots of same — too little new.
Resident Evil 2 (PS4 Pro) review. Revised classic survival horror made well with totally new take.
Life Is Strange 2 — Episode 2 (PS4 Pro) review. Intriguing story continues with the same leisure gameplay.
Resident Evil 2 Collector's Edition (PS4) review. Beautiful statue, but too little content for the price.
Resident Evil 2 (PS4 Pro) demo review. Game OK, demo disappointing.
Resident Evil 2 (PS4) giveaway. One More Level video game review site is giving away fresh copy of upcoming Resident Evil 2 (PS4) game.
Bending reality and finding the truth of human mind and scanning it to altered reality might get confusing in this long narrated adventure.
Borderlands 2 VR (PSVR/Pro) review. A crazy and twisted shooter with great voice acting and story.
Astro Bot Rescue Mission (PSVR/Pro) review. One of the most beautiful PSVR games out there with lovely story, quirky characters and great level design.
The Council Complete Season (PS4) review. Story good and that's about it.
Note: This review is based on the Virtual Console release of Pokémon: Yellow, played on a New Nintendo 3DS XL console.
Pokémon: Yellow was originally released in 1999 and is the first case in the west of a third entry into a Pokémon generation. With the exponential growth in popularity with the Pokémon anime, Pokémon: Yellow aims to capitalise on this. As a result, Pokémon: Yellow is a hybrid game, taking the gameplay and main game narrative from Pokémon: Red & Blue, however certain story beats follow closer to the adventures of Ash Ketchum from the anime.
The key changes present in Yellow are fairly small in number, however the ways in which the affect and improve the player experience makes Yellow the definitive way to play the first generation of Pokémon.
The first, and key marketing change for Pokémon: Yellow is that, as opposed to Red &…
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Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PS4 Pro) review. Magical nostalgic blast times three. So good you can't stop playing.
Deltarune chapter 1 review. Simple looking, yet rich in content.
Call Of Cthulhu (PS4 Pro) review. Horrible in every aspect.
Marvel's Spider-Man The Heist (PS4 Pro) review. Great addition to the main game.
Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4 Pro) review. Detail rich game, where you do things you'd wish to do in real life.
Luigi's Mansion (3DS) review. Just as good as the original.
LEGO DC Super-Villains. Not as solid as a LEGO bricks usually are.
Luigi's Mansion (GC) review. A classic that have aged gracefully to be played today.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey (PS4 Pro) review. Barely anything new than just the name and theme.
Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4) giveaway.
This is the Police 2 (PS4 Pro) review. Adventure, strategy, management, simulation story driven, turn based; This is the Police 2.
Anamorphine (PS4 Pro) review. Unfinished mess.
Narcosis (PS4 Pro) review. Psychological horror under deep blue sea.
Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4 Pro) review. Arachnophobia or not; this game is must.
Life is Strange 2 – Episode 1: Roads (PS4 Pro) review. Interesting adventure with a whiny little brother.
Observer (PS4 Pro) review. One of the most distinctive work of graphical art.
Transference (PSVR/Pro) review. Reality bending thriller that is short–lived.
Layers Of Fear (PS4 Pro) review. Painting on the fear layer by layer.
Blind (PSVR/Pro) review. Psychological thriller that leaves you in the darkness.
Shadow Of The Tomb Raider (PS4 Pro) review. Barely anything new in Lara's adventure.
Flipping Death (PS4 Pro) review. Death isn't the end of everything — it's the beginning.
We Happy Few (PS4 Pro) review. Pill of Joy a day can keep doctors away.
The Persistence (PS4 Pro) review. Great concept—bad execution.
The Mooseman (PS4 Pro) review. Going on a journey to find yourself.
Adventure Time: Pirates Of The Enchridion (PS4 Pro) review. You can have an adventure time, but it may lie short.
We Happy Few (PS4) giveaway.
Unravel Two (PS4 Pro) review. Going to a macroscopic adventure is more fun with a friend.
Kona (PSVR) review. A story of a village that has peculiar past.
Oxenfree (PS4 Pro) review. Other dimensions? Aliens? Simulation? Reality? Oxenfree questions all of it.
Vampyr (PS4 Pro) review. You're hungry — hungry for blood.
Agony (PS4 Pro) review. Disgustingly beautiful Hell with awful everything else. And this time there is no Satan to blame.
Blackwood Crossing (PS4 Pro) review. A walkthrough simulation goes odd and ugly.
Forgotton Anne (PS4 Pro) review. What happens to every lost item?
Detroit: Become Human is insulting humans. Is it right to portray all humans as the evil ones?
Detroit: Become Human (PS4 Pro) review. What makes us human — what makes us conscious? Can it be made artificially?
Detective Pikachu (3DS) review. An adventure of talking Pikachu.
Yakuza 0 (PS4 Pro) review. Long story can't sometimes be told short.
Detroit: Become Human giveaway 25th May
$50 PSN Gift Card re-giveaway.
God Of War (PS4 Pro) review.
Assassin's Creed Origins (PS4 Pro) review. An adventure how it all began.
Detroit: Become Human Demo (PS4 Pro) impression. Does it deliver?
Fe (PS4 Pro) review. Fe is an adventure game filled with mystery.
A Way Out (PS4 Pro) review. A video game, movie and friendship all bind together.
Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World is 3DS —version of the Wii U game Yoshi's Woolly World. But is the cuteness lost in translation?
My RetroReview of Super Mario 3D Land, スーパーマリオ3Dランド, [Sūpā Mario Surī Dī Rando] on 3DS.
RetroReview of Dino Crisis (ディノクライシス) (PlayStation) from 1999. I never played this before so it was time to and I loved it.
Super Mario World (スーパーマリオワールド) (SNES) review.
Super Mario Bros 3. (スーパーマリオブラザーズ3) (NES) review.
All my giveaways.
A giveaway from February 19th — March 12th of two PSN Cards value of $50 (one of each winner.)
Shadow Of The Colossus on PlayStation 4 is third instalment of the same game. First it came on PlayStation 2 2005 and later on PlayStation 3 as remastered 2011 and finally on PlayStation 4 as a full remake. Shadow Of The Colossus is absolutely a exceptional game of its beautiful and lush environments and high—end graphics and gameplay and story that will be hard to top.
Very firstly what I must say about this game that it is extremely unique. Undertale is one good example that good game doesn't need high end graphics. Undertale's innovative gameplay system makes this a special experience.
The Inpatient is a scary horror PSVR game that tells backstory of the sanitarium and how it came to be abandoned as it was in the Until Dawn —game.
The Invisible Hours is a murder mystery game that is in many ways different than other games usually; you don't actually "play" it and by that I mean you won't play as any character — you are more like an observer of the happening and you can follow and listen anyone you like to solve WHODUNNIT!?
Recently I have noticed how much remasters have come to the light of the day. One of the best examples is Skyrim. There is countless Skyrim ports and remasters and version and whatevers.
How it will be in the future? When other consoles come, for an example PlayStation 5. Will there be remasters of remasters?
Photos from games
Photos of The Evil Within 2 (PS4 Pro).
The Evil Within (in Japan called Psychobreak (サイコブレイク, Saikobureiku) series was made by the same person who was behind Resident Evil games. He wanted to make spiritual successor to RE4 and that's how The Evil Within was born.
Crash Bandicoot was made to PS4 as a remaster and it includes Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
When this game Journey first came out it was years ago exclusively on PS3. Now time has passed and it's time for the game to be released on PS4.
You'll go on mystical adventure that makes you feel lots of different emotions.
This game is ominous. In a good way, that is. Stick It To The Man is excellent example of unique story and gameplay and an idea overall.
The preview of it was something that spoke to me and only then I knew it was the same developer who has made one of my favourite game Until Dawn.
There isn't much to do except sit tight and shoot. Even thought you might think it's safe in this cart but — you can die.
The lovely story starts with a man (you, me, the player) finding Zoe (Jack and Marguarite's daughter) from a filthy swamp area, lying on the ground surrounding by two SWAT look a likes and you (the player) are worried and scared that something bad is happening/happened to Zoe so you burst in to the scene and fight off the soldiers and take, Zoe, who is mostly completely crystallized and you carry her to safety.
I downloaded the 'Not A Hero' and gave it a shot. Very first I notice how little things took me back to the beginning of this year when RE7 was originally released. I didn't let the past traumas to interrupt me and I moved on with this piece.
Photo Mode in Bound is the best I've seen. It gives you completely freedom to take whatever photos you want to and whatever style. I liked noir —themed scenes.
Bound is touching story and unique experience. You control a young woman named Princess (she is a princess, infact).
She has to save the world from destruction and from the evil!
There are remote corners of the British Empire where the shadows linger at their deepest. The servants of The Crown know about these places and the supernatural beings that sometimes lurk there.
Introducing the fearless and unflinching Strange Brigade!
Embark on an exotic safari into danger where few dare go and fewer return! Encounter fantastic and forgotten civilizations shrouded in mystery! Uncover treacherous tombs and unfathomable evil, never-before-seen by any human now living!
This pulse-pounding adventure will rivet you to your game controller!
Don’t fail to play: Strange Brigade!
Here is photos of the upcoming game.
The story starts of a unknown character, a man (you) sitting a carrage tied up with other fellows having the same fate as you have (for unknown reason.)
You arrive to the little rural village and all the prisoners from the carriage is executed one by one because of their crimes they have made. One try to run but he is shot dead by an arrowest.
When they ask who you are then comes very long and awkward silence. They all look at you and see you to change shape, colour, face etc. for a moment and then the game is continuing (the awkward moment was you making your character.)
You are about to be executed by chopping your head off but just in the brink of time you are saved by... a dragon!! Think of that.
In a lush, post-apocalyptic world where nature has reclaimed the ruins of a forgotten civilization, pockets of humanity live on in primitive hunter-gatherer tribes. Their dominion over the new wilderness has been usurped by the Machines – fearsome mechanical creatures of unknown origin.
Here is 19 beautifully gorgeous photos of the game using only Photo Mode.
First Knack was kinda dissapointment, even the plot wasn't that good so overall the whole game was below average.
But now... now there is Knack 2 and this time the story is different. The game looks good and it seems to run smoothly. This is true. The game doesn't seem to be sluggish at all and everything is like it should've been in Knack 1. What dissapointments could lie our way this time?
Jill and Parke enter into a ghost ship and soon they'll found out that the ship is full of monsters (yay, what a big surprise!). There are other people (agents) on the ship as well and their motives of everything is questionable.
I am 30—year—old writer—gamer. I love all kinds of games but mainly my PS4 Pro. That's why most of the reviews you can find here is from PS3 — PS4.
It all starting Chloe (called Frazer since it is her last name) looking some clothes to buy for herself in an Indian marketplace. She is surely onto something and she managed to get herself in a car to get in a city area that was off limits and she needs to meet someone in a rooftop.
First of all Hellbdlade Senua's Sacrifice is no ordinary game. It has been developed with close working with schizophrenia patients, paranoia patienses and professionals of this matter. You can clearly see this influense at very beginning when the main character Senua is hearing all sorts of voices and some of them are nice some of them are giggling like a child and some of them are demanding and frightening as hell.
First impression of this game called Farpoint is extremely positive. If you have played VR games, or just PSVR games in this case, this is one of the most ingenuity of them all thanks to the Aim Controller. So this review contains the game (Farpoint) itself and the mechanical part of it; the Aim Controller
The story starts with the main character Leon S. Kennedy (who is also in Resident Evil 2.) He has a job to rescue U.S. president's daughter who was kidnapped and the clues of her whereabouts lead to a rural Spanish village.
Puppeteer tells story of Kutaro; a puppet who ended up in midst of an crazy adventure that nobody wouldn’t ever believe! The story starts of Little Bear who stole a Moon Goddesses Moonstone and magical scissors, Calibrus. After that he named himself as Moon Bear King and smashed the Moonstone into pieces and handed over a piece to each of his Generals so they would gain power and they all could reign the world.
The game starts with evil Dr. Quark and his boss Cabital B. (yes one is a duck-ish and other a bee-ish) plotting their evil plans and starting the huge machine that would suck all books from the world so they could write the universe again. They even manage to get Laylee's magical book scattering the pages (Pagies) all over the game world.