Tag Archives: Sony

Rez Infinite review
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Rez Infinite review

It feels like somewhat of a bad omen – or at least some kind of cruel joke – to see a new piece of technology launch with an updated version of a game that first released on the ill-fated Dreamcast  – in a starring role no less. However, the dark...

Thumper review
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Thumper review

Most rhythm-action games look to ease players in and ensure accessibility by offering easier charts and no-fail modes for those not ready to face Hard or Expert-tier difficulty levels. Thumper is not most rhythm-action games. It’s relentless, ruthless and uncompromising, its blistering pace, myriad hazards and undulating courses all deviously...

Your essential 2017 videogame guide in games™ 182

A new year means a brand new slate of incredible new games to pick through so we’ve done the hard work to find you the 100 titles you need to be paying the most attention to, including Mass Effect Andromeda, Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, Red Dead Redemption 2 and...


Driveclub VR review
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Driveclub VR review

Coming off the back of the beautiful visuals and crisp, clean image quality of the original game, the sacrifices that have had to be made to get Driveclub VR running at triple the frame rate are both glaring and jarring. It’s all well and good being able to look around...

The Playroom VR review
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The Playroom VR review

Just as The Playroom served as a decent demonstration of what the DualShock 4 and PlayStation Camera could do in tandem, this VR update – once again populated by those adorable little robots – is a showcase for what can be done when you throw a VR headset into that...

PlayStation VR Worlds review
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PlayStation VR Worlds review

Given that every headset already comes with a demo disc that offers a selection of different experiences to try, VR Worlds finds itself in a curious position. A disparate set of tech demos of varying quality, it’s a novelty selection box that would work really well as a permanent fixture...

RIGS: Mechanized Combat League review
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RIGS: Mechanized Combat League review

Developers have been theorising on the future of sports for decades, but almost every effort falls in to the same trap – simple abstractions of existing sports usually end up more convoluted and less engaging than games that are based on the actual sport, while deviating too much from the...