The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR (PSVR2) review

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR was a nightmarish experience. It wasn't bad or unplayable; it was just outdated and lazily made. It was scary at times and it had a good replayability value, because there was routes player could choose and trying to hit the new high score.

PlayStation VR2 review

PSVR2 is a huge leap forward in technology and gaming. I don't know much about other VR systems since I always used PSVR ones. What I've played and experienced I highly recommend it. The only negative thing about it is that the launch titles are rather thin.

Horizon Call of the Mountain (PSVR2) review

As I said the game is about 85% climbing and that's it. I payed this for full 70€ price and all I got was a climbing simulator. Horizon Call of the Mountain was about 6-8 hours long and I want my money back. It also tests your physical strength a lot. Even though the fighting scenes were good and well made, and the graphics looked nice, it's not worth the full price.

Dead Space (PS5) review

Dead Space was a really well-made Remake of an already great game. It had new additions but they weren't overpowering the original idea, rather additing more details to the characters and story. I did enjoy this game very much and it also wasn't overly difficult to play. A game that I like to 100%. Dead Space was not just a new coat of paint, but a perfeclty made Remake.

The Callisto Protocol (PS5) review

I had a good time with the game, but the only downfall was the horribly designed boss fights and slow controls. I know they tried to make the game feel more horror that way, but I think they went too far with that idea.

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil In Me (PS5) review

I did enjoy my time with The Devil In Me. It was about 6-7 hours long, just enough to be played again and collect all the collectables I missed. I liked the characters and how realistic they not just looked, but sounded and acted. The game has very high re-play value, so this game can be played over and over again.

God of War: Ragnarök (PS5) review

God Of War: Ragnarok is a masterful sequel. It has amazingly written story, new characters, well made battle system, beautiful world, lore, new weapons, huge boss battles… it is simply putting a masterpiece of a video game and gamers will remember this adventure for a long time to come.