Kholat review (PS4)

The rise of digital distribution has also brought exploration-type games (sometimes known as “walking simulators”) to consoles, and with Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and Firewatch the PS4 already has two solid entries in a genre that’s filled with dozens of (indie) titles on the PC. Kholat adds another title to the PS roster, and it’s an incredibly atmospheric one at that. Continue reading “Kholat review (PS4)”

Plants vs Zombies – Garden Warfare 2 review (PS4)

Plants vs Zombies is a modern classic in the tower defense genre, with its casual looks and unexpected tactical depth. Despite looking like (and being) a mobile game, it quickly found its way onto mainstream consoles as well and in 2014 we saw its first spin-off with Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, blending modern team-based shooters with elements from the original Plants vs Zombies game. With the release of its sequel, PopCap is now expanding on those foundations and has delivered a solid cross-over game experience. Continue reading “Plants vs Zombies – Garden Warfare 2 review (PS4)”