Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse review (PS4)

In the age of reboots, remasters and remakes, Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse is certainly an interesting example. Brought back for modern consoles and PCs by Aspyr, we played it on a PlayStation 4 Pro. Continue reading “Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse review (PS4)”

Blizzard Arcade Collection review (PS4)

Launched as part of their 30th anniversary celebrations, the Blizzard Arcade Collection combined three classics from Blizzard’s early days, well before Diablo was a thing and online multiplayer was a thing of the future. The Lost Vikings, Rock ‘n Roll Racing and Blackthorne are all classics in their own right though, and this is the first time they’re available on modern consoles. Continue reading “Blizzard Arcade Collection review (PS4)”

Two classic The Dark Eye adventures arrive on consoles

Although we’ve seen our fair share of ports for consoles over the years, we weren’t expecting to see two classic Daedalic adventure games to arrive on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Both The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav and its follow-up The Dark Eye: Memoria have just been released, so we decided to give them a go on a PlayStation 5 (which works thanks to backwards compatibility). Continue reading “Two classic The Dark Eye adventures arrive on consoles”

Turrican Flashback review (PS4)

This week, ININ Games, Factor 5 and Ratalaika are bringing back a beloved franchise from the home computer era: Turrican. Turrican Flashback is a compilation of four games and is being released for the Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation 4 in both digital and physical form. We’re reviewing the PlayStation 4 version here, which is also compatible with the PS5. Continue reading “Turrican Flashback review (PS4)”