PS Reviews

Amazing Princess Sarah Review

Haruneko Entertainment releases its Castlevania style 2D platform action adventure game Amazing Princess Sarah on Xbox One having enjoyed a release on PC via Steam. You play as Sarah (surprise surprise) princess of the peaceful realm of Kaleiya. However, all is not well as Sarah’s father is kidnapped by the

Level 22 Gary’s Misadventures Review

Moving Players releases its stealth em up game Level 22 Gary’s Misadventures on consoles and PC via Steam and with it comes some entertaining creeping around the office as you do after a night out on the town and being late for work the following day. That’s the unlikely premise

This War Of Mine: The Little Ones Review

This War of Mine has been available since last year on PC and mobile platforms and so its arrival on consoles comes as no surprise given the quality of the game. It’s a survival management experience at heart which aims to tell the horrors of war free of preconceived ideas

Rebel Galaxy Review

I would be willing to bet that most of you reading this, those who have delved into video games as a medium, have enjoyed a sci-fi story or two in your lifetime, even if it isn’t your favorite genre of fiction. It might be Firefly, Star Trek, or even Star

G Prime: Into The Rain Review

A new era of video games has brought in new innovations to gaming, but by far one of the most challenging and entertaining has been the introduction of true physics based gaming. Fighting games, sports titles, and wonderful little arcade gems have incorporated this concept adding a new dimension that

Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space Review

Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space comes to consoles and PC and with it lots of headaches and puzzling drama. You play as the lowly night-watchman John T. Longy, who works at the JUPITER secret research facility. At the game’s start and having drunk a little too much of the fine

Oxenfree Review – An Interactive Radio Show

You’ve probably heard the term interactive movie banded about when describing certain video games, well now here’s another way “interactive radio show” and that’s in the form of The Night School’s Oxenfree which is available on consoles and PC. Basically you assume the role of Alex as she and her