Pinball FX2 VR – Universal Classics review (PSVR)

Even though Zen’s Pinball FX series have moved on to FX3 with its core (non-VR) platform, they’re revisiting their VR branch with the release of the Universal Classics Tables for Pinball FX2 VR. Available now for the Playstation VR version, we took the tables for another spin. And then another, and then another. Continue reading “Pinball FX2 VR – Universal Classics review (PSVR)”

Aragami: Shadow Edition review (PS4)

About a year and a half ago, I first played Aragami after reading several positive reviews about the game. I wasn’t disappointed – it was an excellent take on the ninja stealth genre and it deserved its physical disc edition that I have sitting on my shelf. Now, developer Lince Works has come out with a re-release of the game – the Shadow Edition, which doesn’t just feature Aragami but also its brand new expansion Nightfall. Here’s our look at the new content. Continue reading “Aragami: Shadow Edition review (PS4)”

New addons for Stellaris and Skylines – impressions (PC)

Within the course of several days, Paradox has released brand new expansions for both Stellaris and Cities: Skylines. We’ve covered both titles and their previous expansions many times over the past few years, so let’s take a look at what’s new. Continue reading “New addons for Stellaris and Skylines – impressions (PC)”