Port roundup: Song of Horror, Green Hell & The Falconeer

We regularly like to shine the spotlight on newly released ports of existing games, now or soon gracing new platforms and reaching new players. This time, we’re checking our survival horror with Song of Horror, jungle survival with Green Hell for PlayStation 4 and the upcoming PlayStation release of The Falconeer. Continue reading “Port roundup: Song of Horror, Green Hell & The Falconeer”

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)”

Guilty Gear -Strive- review (PS5)

Arc System Works’ anticipated new entrance in the Guilty Gear series is finally here. Guilty Gear -Strive- lands on both current and next gen consoles, as well as PCs this week. We playtested on a PlayStation 5, having been eagerly anticipating a new PS5 fighter since Mortal Kombat 11 launched alongside the console last year. Continue reading “Guilty Gear -Strive- review (PS5)”

DLC roundup: FF7R Episode Intermission, TESO Blackwood, Wasteland 3: The Battle for Steeltown & Phoenix Point: Festering Skies

Some of the most exciting releases aren’t actually new games, but rather new content for games we already know and love. Today we’re checking out all-new expansions for Final Fantasy VII Remake, The Elder Scrolls Online, Wastleland 3 and Phoenix Point. Continue reading “DLC roundup: FF7R Episode Intermission, TESO Blackwood, Wasteland 3: The Battle for Steeltown & Phoenix Point: Festering Skies”