Since there have been gaming consoles, there have been golf games for those consoles. While I don't ever watch golf on TV, I do enjoy playing it (for real on occasions, though it's been a while since I've done it) and on consoles. We're nearing the one year anniversary of the release of PS4 and… Continue reading The Golf Club Review
I played and reviewed last year's Madden NFL 25 on PS3 when it released. That game later came to PS4 and Xbox One, but as I didn't get a PS4 until May, I didn't experience last year's Madden game on the current gen systems. So the first thing I noticed when getting into a game… Continue reading Madden NFL 15 Review
Surgeon Simulator received a lot of buzz when it initially released on PC, not because it was an authentic surgeon simulation game, but because of how absurd it is. After watching videos, I was intrigued and tried out the game. I saw the humor in it, but wasn't a fan because the controls were horrible… Continue reading Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition Review
The Last of Us was an undeniable hit when it landed a year ago on PS3, both with PS3 owners and critics. The game received perfect scores galore (including from me) and over 200 Game of the Year awards (again, including mine). For me, it was one of the swan songs for the PS3. It… Continue reading The Last of Us Remastered Review
Rogue Legacy was a critical hit when it released on PC a little over a year ago, and today Cellar Door Games have brought their hit title to PS4, PS3, and PS Vita with cross-buy and cross-save. Rogue Legacy is now available on the PlayStation Store for $16.99, and that's a great price since you're… Continue reading Rogue Legacy Review
Facepalm Games released The Swapper to near unanimous praise over a year ago for PC, and thanks to Curve Studios the mind bending puzzler is primed to land on PlayStation's 4, 3, and Vita on August 5th. You begin your journey in The Swapper emerging from an escape pod and boarding the doomed Space Station… Continue reading The Swapper Review
If you own a PlayStation system and are a fan of retro style top down shooters then you're in luck; 10tons have brought their super gory title Crimsonland to PS4/PS3/PS Vita, with cross-buy. The quest mode of Crimsonland takes place through six chapters, each with 10 missions. You're an unnamed space soldier fighting against an… Continue reading Crimsonland Review
There may be a drought of big release titles on the new gaming consoles, but one thing PS4 isn't lacking is quality indie titles. A couple of these digital games release every month, and July started off hot with the release of MouseCraft from Curve Studios. MouseCraft is a “simple” puzzle game in the vein of something like Lemmings only much more enjoyable in this day and age. You're tasked with helping three mice get past a series of obstacles to get to the cheese. To complete the level, you only need to get one mouse to the cheese.
This series is a welcome breath of fresh air against run and gun shooting and you can see from my previous reviews that I'm overall enthusiastic about this series despite some quibbles and annoyances which, unfortunately, remain for this new game. Being a sequel this means I have to be a little less forgiving this time around since there weren't enough fundamental improvements that needed to happen.
Murdered Soul Suspect starts off with a bang, or more accurately, a crash. Detective Ronan O'Connor is thrown out of an upstairs(4th floor I believe) window of an apartment building in Salem, Massachusetts. O'Connor was pursuing the a vicious serial killer known only as The Bell Killer. The multi-story fall didn't kill O'Connor, as The Bell… Continue reading Murdered Soul Suspect Review