Review: Dragon Quest Builders

Author: Seth Hay
Categories: PS4, Reviews, Vita

Dragon Quest has been around for just over 30 years now and has made a huge impact to the world. Recently, Square Enix has been making more spinoff games of the series and majority of them are actually good games. Dragon Quest Builders is no exception. Dragon Quest Builders is…

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The Late Great Ports of 2016

Categories: PS4, Vita

While it’s true that big exclusive sluggers like Uncharted 4 and Horizon: Zero Dawn are a large portion of what drives an audience into a console’s ecosystem, it’s the third-party support that ultimately keeps them there. 2016 was no different. The final Uncharted game was released to near-universal acclaim and…

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Games of 2016: Trails of Cold Steel

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Vita

First things first, technically Trails of Cold Steel released in North America on December 22nd 2015, but I’m located in the UK and we didn’t get it until the end of January. Plus it’s a massive JRPG – I’d argue very few people actually completed it within 2015 in the…

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Games of 2016: World of Final Fantasy

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: PS4, Vita

Way back in 2001 Square-Enix released Kingdom Hearts, a game that baffled and amazed in equal measure thanks to a pretty out-there concept – Final Fantasy characters interacting with the icons of Disney animation. While the first game saw Squall team up with Yuffie while Cloud worked under Hercules’ Hades,…

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January 2017’s PlayStation Plus games announced

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

Another month, another selection of monthly games via PS Plus! Just like this month, it’s filled with indie gems, this time ranging from a comedic point and click to a depressing survival game. The full list is as follows: This War of Mine: The Little Ones – PS4 Day of…

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Sega bringing Valkyria Revolution west in Q2 2017

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

Valkyria Chronicles has become something of a stealth hit for Sega, with recent re-releases on PC and PS4 reigniting the franchise after a relatively poor performance on older consoles. However, while another game was announced for Japan, titled Valkyria Azure Revolution, it was unclear if it’d make its way west….

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Ys Origin is heading to PS4 and PS Vita

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

While the franchise has never struck big in the west like some other JRPGs, Falcom’s Ys series has been incredibly influential over the years. At today’s PlayStation Experience it was revealed that Ys would be heading to the PS4 for the first time with Ys Origin, a 2006 PC exclusive…

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Lara Croft GO announced and released for PS4 and Vita

Author: Max Roberts
Categories: News, PS4, Vita

Lara Croft GO has been announced for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita at the PlayStation Experience, with a surprise release for today. From the creators of Hitman GO, Lara Croft GO features a similar methodical turn-based puzzle approach to the Tomb Raider franchise. PlayStation players will also get access to…

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