Tag Archives: PS4


Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes review
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Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes review

Marvel’s current dominance over the worldwide box office is not only down to the insane popularity of its series of iconic superheroes, but also in how successfully each film executes a unique and tonally diverse perspective on the same interconnected universe. While the original Disney Infinity shared the same values,...

Skylanders: Trap Team review
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Skylanders: Trap Team review

In four short years, Activision and Toys For Bob have created an unstoppable juggernaut of a franchise that shows no sign of slowing. Like the Lego games and the best Pixar films, Toys For Bob realises that creating something for the younger generation doesn’t necessarily mean you have to dumb...

DriveClub review
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DriveClub review

DriveClub is immediately striking. From the second the intro video kicks into gear, cars battling violently through tight turns and along desert roads, you know exactly what DriveClub is going to be about. Excitement is the key word here, the physics model set up in such a way so as...

PS4 Vs Xbox One: The Streaming War Begins

With the PS Now beta in full swing and Microsoft and EA’s own streaming service on its way, we take a step back, compare the services and examine the origin of these business models. ony recently soft-launched its PS Now initiative over in the States – an interactive cloud-based service...

Space Oddity – The making of Alien: Isolation

Creative Assembly is best known for its strategy games, so what inspired a studio so well-versed in one genre to reach out of its comfort zone and step into the inky blackness of Alien’s sci-fi world? games™ chats to creative director Alistair Hope and lead designer Gary Napper about revalidating...

FIFA 15 review
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FIFA 15 review

It’s frightening how lifelike this is. As has become standard practice for EA Sports releases, realism is at the forefront of everything in this year’s FIFA, and permeating every game mode from simple skill games to the typically excellent Career mode is a brilliant sheen that, arguably, far surpasses any...

Why next-gen isn’t here yet

It’s been just under a year since we got hold of our Xbox Ones and PS4s, yet nothing really seems to have changed in the industry. Are we due for a massive industry change, or have we hit a wall as far as innovation is concerned? games™ investigates Before the...