Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection review (PS4)

If you look past the original Halo games, my favorite game for the original Xbox was no doubt the first Ninja Gaiden game for the system. The Ninja Gaiden Master Collection doesn’t just bring that game two (to three) console generations forward with all the usual bells and whistles, it also bundles it with the second and third game in the series. The collection is out now for all major consoles as well as PCs – we tested on a PlayStation 5 with backward compatibility. Continue reading “Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection review (PS4)”

Capcom Arcade Stadium review (PS4)

Those who have been following us for a while know that we’re fans of “retro”, especially when that means going back quite a bit to the arcade origins of modern gaming. Capcom’s new collection of classic arcade games, the Capcom Arcade Stadium, does just that. Released earlier for the Switch, it’s now come to PC, PlayStation and Xbox as well – time to take a closer look. Continue reading “Capcom Arcade Stadium review (PS4)”

Mass Effect Legendary Edition review (PS4)

The Mass Effect Legendary Edition is out now for PCs as well as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which enhanced forward compatibility for next/new gen systems as well. We couldn’t wait to be reintroduced to the original three games in the series, and played them on both a PS4 and PS5. Continue reading “Mass Effect Legendary Edition review (PS4)”

Port roundup: Incredible Mandy, Violett, Quantum Replica & Sparkle 2 EVO

We’re certainly seeing a lot of ports come our way this year, which we fully encourage as it brings games to new audiences and sometimes reintroduces games that weren’t even available for purchase anymore. Today we’re looking at four brand new ports that might be different in genre but have one thing in common – we weren’t expecting them! Continue reading “Port roundup: Incredible Mandy, Violett, Quantum Replica & Sparkle 2 EVO”

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… review (PS4)

Square Enix has released the next game in the acclaimed NieR franchise with NieR Replicant v.1.22474487139, which is right up there with “htoL NiQ: Firefly Diary” as a videogame title I’ll probably never fully memorize. The game itself, however, is hard to forget. Continue reading “NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… review (PS4)”