Tag Archives: PS4


The Swapper review
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The Swapper review

Genre sci-fi, genre puzzler, at home on PlayStation formats What was a good game on the PC is a great game on the PlayStation – between Claymation visuals that manage to communicate the familiar whilst being unique and a novel singular mechanic that pushes the whole game experience forward, The...


EA Sports UFC review
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EA Sports UFC review

EA Sports UFC is a game of three parts. Just like in a real UFC fight, you’ll have to master ground, clinch and stand-up portions in order to become well-rounded enough to compete for a championship belt. The fact that these three elements feel so different from one another is...

The end of Nintendo explored in gamesTM 149

Following catastrophic Wii U sales and lack of third-party support for its new console, this month games™ takes a closer look at the dire fortunes of Nintendo and what the company can do to turn it all around. Speaking with industry commentators that those that work closely with Nintendo, we...

How Nintendo does backwards compatibility better than Microsoft and Sony

Are console manufactures increasingly looking towards backwards compatibility to bulk out a thin selection of next-gen games? To combat the first-party release drought both manufacturers undoubtedly saw coming, Microsoft and Sony have long been conscripting indie developers to push out new and updated editions of their established games, but even...

Entwined review
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Entwined review

Entwined is a charming proposition, one that you can’t help but respect and connect with upon first embarking on its unique attempt to tell a tale of love and companionship. Newcomer PixelOpus has set out to craft a thought-provoking and (dare we say it?) artistic experience that’ll sit comfortably alongside...

Transistor review
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Transistor review

Identity is a rare thing in videogames development. Only a few studios have the capacity and the vision to create in their own image; FROM, Platinum, arguably Rockstar. Smaller teams inevitably find it easier, but few could claim such a strong sense of self than San Francisco’s Supergiant Games, whose...