Tag Archives: Play Station 4

Seasons After Fall Review

FLOWERS ALMOST IN BLOOM

Seasons After Fall is a beautiful 2D puzzle-platformer where players’ heartstrings will be pulled throughout the game. The artstyle and score foster a gorgeous ballad, but the basic platforming and unrewarding exploration holds the game back from being an exceptional experience. Continue reading Seasons After Fall Review

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Glacier White PS4 Slim Announced, Arriving This Month

A new color variant for the PlayStation 4 Slim will arrive at the end of this month.

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Inversus Review

WHAT’S BLACK AND WHITE AND AWESOME ALL OVER?

The growth of the action-shooter genre has become center-stage. Tighter controls, bigger explosions, and gun-slinging robots have continued to push the category into a more and more granular experience. Inversus takes the simple idea of a shooter game and creates its own minimalistic niche that is just as addicting as any Call of Duty.

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Grand Kingdom Review

A GRAND ADVENTURE
(IT’S EVEN IN THE NAME)

After getting a taste of Grand Kingdom with the Beta in April and May, I was excited to finally try out the full-fledged game. The intriguing battle mechanics and customization seemed to be the highlight of the Beta, with the loose storyline as its hinderance. Did Grand Kingdom offer a grand adventure or grand disaster?

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Kylo Ren Featured in LEGO Star Wars Video

A new video vignette from LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens displays Kylo Ren with his maniacally-pouty attitude.

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Neon Chrome Review

MONOCHROMATIC

Games in recent years have begun blending their genres in new and interesting ways. Role-Playing games and Science-fiction elements paired with a first-person shooter gave birth to Destiny. Playing a pinball game mixed with the space adventures of Samus Aran created Metroid Prime Pinball. Seemingly odd combinations that ended up being wonderful experiences. However, Neon Chrome combines a top-down shooter with RPG elements, resulting in a monochromatic experience that seems just a few shades off from its potential.

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