UnEpic review (PS4/Vita)

Some indie games have slowly spread across platforms over a number of years. Fez is an example, and Super Meat Boy is another. An indie title that has done just that while staying a little more below the radar is UnEpic by Spanish publisher A Crowd of Monsters. Originally released for PC almost five years ago, it has seen releases on the WiiU, Mac, Linux, Xbox One and now the PS4 and Vita. Time to take a look at this title, developed by a one man team! Continue reading “UnEpic review (PS4/Vita)”

Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault review (PS4/PS3/Vita)

Aksys games is becoming known around the office here as a company that doesn’t just have a pretty diverse roster of games (ranging from beat ’em ups to visual novels), but also a knack for coming up with long titles for their games. After last year’s excellent Code: Realize: Guardian of Rebirth and with Shiren the Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate on the horizon, this month sees the release of Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault. Here’s our review. Continue reading “Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault review (PS4/PS3/Vita)”

Don’t Die, Mr. Robot review (PS4/Vita)

We missed the original release of Don’t Die, Mr. Robot on the Playstation Vita, but it’s recently been released on the PS4 – giving us a second chance in the process. If you had it on Vita then you already own the PS4 version, as the game is now a cross-buy title. For its debut on the PS4, the game has gotten a framerate upgrade, as well as a boost in the graphics department – now running at 60hz in Full HD. Continue reading “Don’t Die, Mr. Robot review (PS4/Vita)”