PS Reviews

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

Developed by Level-5 and published by Namco Bandai, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom makes its way to the west. The game comes as a sprawling kingdom building action-role-playing affair filled with cute characters and plenty of anthropomorphized animals for the furry audience. You play as prince Evan and Roland

The Council – Episode 1 Review

The Council – Episode 1: the Mad Ones from developers Big Bad Wolf released today on Xbox One, PS4 and PC telling the story of a secret society member called Louis de Richet after his invitation to the private island off the shores of England owned by a mysterious Lord

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Review

DIMPS and Bandai Namco released their action-packed Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet on Xbox One, PC and PS4 which places players at the heart of the experience as their own avatar. The whole premise is quite simple but has been explored in other games too where it’s a MMO game

Kingdom Come Deliverance Review

Warhorse Studios epic action role playing game Kingdom Come Deliverance has released after years of development and a successful Kickstarter campaign. Gamers on consoles and PC can enjoy the adventures of lead character Henry in the world of Bohemia as he rises from son of village blacksmith to noble knight.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

The best way for me to start this review is by stating something that I haven’t seen repeated enough: Dragon Ball FighterZ is a perfect storm. With the relatively recent resurgence of fighting games in the last generation, along with the continual growth of the popularity of eSports, Dragon Ball

Monster Hunter World Review

Capcom’s Monster Hunter World joins the long running series as it appears on Xbox One and PS4 for the first time (PC later in 2018) having had more recent exclusivity with Nintendo. The gameplay premise is simple, but is wrapped up in a package that at first glance might appear