PS Reviews

Devil May Cry 4 review

I remember the enjoyment I had when I first played Devil May Cry on the Playstation. It was a distinct departure from Capcom’s other adventure games at the time (Resident Evil series). Dante, the leading character seemed cool, calm and collected throughout the engaging action adventure and was instantly likable.

Rock Band review

Rock Band released in November 2007 for North Americans and so they’ve had months to enjoy the delights of Harmonix’s work. Us Europeans however, have had to wait until now, some six months later to get our hands on what is arguably the ultimate party game. As some sort of

Kane & Lynch: Dead Men review

IO Interactive are perhaps more well known for the Hitman series of games, and perhaps lesser known for the rather underrated Freedom Fighters, which appeared on multiple systems. IO Interactive weren’t able to produce a true sequel to Freedom Fighters due to legal issues (a change of publisher) but in

Soldier of Fortune Payback review

Activision had kept the release of Soldier of Fortune: Payback pretty low key, especially in comparison to it’s other first person shooter game Call of Duty 4. The two games are similar in that they both offer first person shooting action in modern environments, however SOF Payback offers a more

Blacksite: Area 51 review

Blacksite: Area 51 is a first person shooter set in modern times. As part of a special forces unit sent to Iraq, you play as Pierce, a likely hero who alongside a team of two others is tasked with saving America. What starts out as a run of the mill

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

The Call of Duty series has garnered lots of respect on Xbox 360, and with two previous games scoring highly, it has been one of the more successful World War II games on any platform. Call of Duty 2 was one of the more well received launch games on Xbox

Virtua Fighter 5 review

The Virtua Fighter series has had a long history, starting out in the arcades and then appearing on various home consoles. The game has always had it’s distinct following, and whilst fighters like Dead or Alive and Tekken have their own fans, it’s interesting to note that the Virtua Fighter