Zool Redimensioned review (PS4)

Zool Redimensioned, developed by Sumo Digital Academy and published by Secret Mode, brings back the iconic gaming mascot from 1992 in a brand-new reimagining of the classic action platforming adventure. With enhanced gameplay and updated visuals, Zool Redimensioned aims to captivate both fans of the original game and modern audiences. In this review, we’ll delve into the premise, gameplay mechanics, visuals, and audio of Zool Redimensioned, which was recently ported over to the PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Zool Redimensioned review (PS4)”

Developer interview: Pixel Ripped 1978

As fans of both VR and retro gaming, we’ve really enjoyed ARVORE’s Pixel Ripped games. Now, with Pixel Ripped 1978, they’re getting ready to join forces with Atari and explore a slice of the legendary brand’s history in virtual reality. We were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to chat with ARVORE and Atari on the game – here’s our interview on Pixel Ripped 1978. Continue reading “Developer interview: Pixel Ripped 1978”

LIVE A LIVE review (PS4)

In the realm of classic RPGs, LIVE A LIVE stands as a hidden gem from the Super Famicom era, and Square Enix’s decision to revive this legendary title in the form of a stunning HD-2D remake has brought it back into the limelight. With its enthralling stories, memorable characters, and captivating visuals reminiscent of the recent Octopath Traveler 2, LIVE A LIVE offers an immersive experience that caters to both nostalgic fans and newcomers alike – we took a look at the PlayStation 4 build of the game. Continue reading “LIVE A LIVE review (PS4)”

Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Collection review (PS4)

The Final Fantasy series has been a mainstay in the world of RPGs for decades at this point, with a legacy that spans multiple consoles and generations of gamers. With the release of the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Collection on the PlayStation 4, Square Enix aims to bring the classic games of the series to a new audience, while also providing longtime fans with an updated and enhanced experience. So, how does the Pixel Remaster Collection hold up? Let’s take a closer look. Continue reading “Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster Collection review (PS4)”

Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection review (PS4)

The Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection is a bundle that can be bought as a complete set or as two separate volumes. With games that originated on Nintendo’s handhelds, the collection brings together 10 games from the beloved Mega Man Battle Network series, which has over time expanded into anime and comics. While the novel toy link features found in the original versions are not supported (for obvious reasons), this collection offers additional features like a gallery of illustrations and music, as well as online play. Here’s our take, based on the PlayStation 4 version. Continue reading “Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection review (PS4)”