Category Archives: PS4

Accounting+ Review (PSVR)

Accounting+ is a short, sweet, and hilarious PlayStation VR game. From developer Crows Crows Crows, as well as writing and acting from Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland, the game has a specific type of humor about itself that not everyone will appreciate. The art

Lego City Undercover Review

Lego City: Undercover is a very fun, very family-friendly game with lighthearted dialogue, vivid graphics, straight forward missions with clear objectives, simple controls, very subdued “violence”, and plenty of “eye-candy” to look at. The controls are simple and responsive, and most significant actions require only

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds Review

It’s cold, dark, and beautiful as I explore a wondrous new area in Horizon’s The Frozen Wild DLC and it’s the perfect reason to jump back in for season’s players, or something to look forward to for newcomers. Though this has to be said right

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice [NSFW]

**MAY CONTAIN SPOLIERS**                 Released on August 8th 2017, Ninja Theory released its independent AAA title, HellBlade: Senua’s Sacrifice. First revealed at E3 in 2015, Ninja Theory presented this game in a real-time trailer with the actress of Senua present to make her come to

Cities Skylines Playstation 4 Edition Review

Cities Skylines is a fresh city building experience that has just made its debut on PlayStation 4. The gameplay is relatively simple such as building roads, water lines, and electric lines. The game sets you out with a certain amount of money which is easy

Torey’s E3 2017 Predictions

E3 is a week away and plenty of big games are getting announced ahead of the show. It’s time to get excited! Taking place from June 11-15 in Los Angeles(if you include the conferences outside of E3), it’s where all the big guns announce their exciting

Outlast 2 (NSFW)

Outlast 2 My first statement: just when you thought things were f**ked up it just gets worse. Red Barrels, the original development team of the Outlast series, has released the second installment of the series on April 25th on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Steam

REVIEW: Mass Effect Andromeda

Minor bugs here and there aren’t too big of a deal. Had one major bug that was “my fault” because I skipped a conversation in the beginning and it wouldn’t let me open the very first door in the game. Other than that, fairly smooth

REVIEW: Horizon Zero Dawn

Guerilla Games took a huge risk with Horizon Zero Dawn. The developer responsible for the Killzone franchise took a giant step, no leap, out of their comfort zone to deliver one of the most brilliant open world games I have ever played (and I’m roughly

Jak and Daxter series announced for PS4

Sony have announced via PlayStation Blog that their beloved PS2 platformers Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II and Jak 3 as well as Jak X: Combat Racing will release as PS2 classics on the PlayStation Store sometime later this year. Pricing has yet to be