Filthy Animals | Heist Simulator review (PS4)

Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator is a multiplayer adventure game that offers a unique and humorous take on the heist genre. Developed by Pewter Games Studios and LoPoly Games and published by Green Man gaming, the game features mutant animal characters, unpredictable physics, and cooperative gameplay. In this review, we’ll explore the game’s strengths and weaknesses to help you decide if it’s worth your time and money now that it’s also available on PlayStation. Continue reading “Filthy Animals | Heist Simulator review (PS4)”

Port roundup: Supraland: Six Inches Under, Gruta and Despot’s Game

What do Supraland: Six Inches Under, Gruta and Despot’s Game have in common? They were all recently ported over to (new) consoles. Here’s a trio of reviews to check them out. Continue reading “Port roundup: Supraland: Six Inches Under, Gruta and Despot’s Game”

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”

Firmament review (PC)

Firmament, the latest puzzle-adventure game from Cyan Worlds Inc, the legendary studio behind Myst and Riven, promises players another captivating journey through a beautifully crafted world. With its deep storytelling, immersive gameplay mechanics, and stunning steampunk aesthetic, Firmament captures the essence of Cyan Worlds’ legacy while delivering a unique and captivating experience. However, it’s not without its flaws – some of which feel like “legacy flaws”. It’s out now for PCs – we reviewed it on Steam. Continue reading “Firmament review (PC)”

Baby Storm review (PS4)

When we first saw Baby Storm, it looks a bit too much like just another Overcooked-inspired co-op title. However, we were pleasantly surprised by what this game had to offer. Developed by Baby Corp and published by Forever Entertainment, Baby Storm introduces a time management simulator with a twist. Instead of cooking in a bustling kitchen, players are tasked with managing a group of unruly toddlers in a daycare setting. Let’s dive into the gameplay mechanics, visuals, and overall experience of Baby Storm on the PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Baby Storm review (PS4)”