Category Archives: PS4 Reviews

Top 10 Best Police Games on PC

By | 18/09/2020

  Whether it’s the action-packed shoot’em up scenes or the clever investigations and whodunnit storylines, police games are always popular so here’s a rundown of some of the best police games on PC. There are tonnes of great aspects of police games that have been enticing fans for decades. Thanks to free streaming platforms such… Read More »

Marvel’s Avengers Game Review (PS4) – Fun yet Buggy and Repetitive

By | 09/09/2020

  Our Marvel’s Avengers Game review found the highly anticipated title to be a fun and true to Marvel game but it’s not without its issues. Developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by games industry veterans Square Enix, the game has been released to very mixed reactions. Currently, the game’s Metacritic score sits at 70%,… Read More »

Fast & Furious Crossroads Review – Will Make You Furious, Very Fast

By | 12/08/2020

  It’s been a long time coming and good use of officially licensed movie components still might not be enough to save this boxy and wooden vehicular combat title. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco, the game was released to no fanfare at all last week. While it was originally set… Read More »

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Review – Just Stunning

By | 24/07/2020

  Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Review: Sony Interactive Entertainment’s long run of amazing first-party titles comes to a stunning close with arguably one of this generation’s greatest games. More often than not, when a game is hyped and delayed then hyped and delayed, it turns out to be something of a turkey. Having missed its… Read More »

Disintegration Game Review – Two Games in One with Each Fighting for Control

By | 23/06/2020

  Disintegration Game Review – a fun strategy shooter from the co-creator of Halo that tries to be two genres in one, yet while being great in each, misses its original goal. Once in awhile a game comes along that does away with tradition and tries to do its own thing. Disintegration is one of… Read More »

DOOM Eternal: The Review – A New Genre is Born

By | 27/03/2020

  DOOM Eternal: The Review – Battling a horde of demons will take brains and brawn as you fight for survival in a truly cerebral shooter, as the Survival Action genre is born. NOTE: This article may contain content that is unsuitable for children, sufferers of heart conditions or those with a nervous predisposition. Back… Read More »

Sony to Attend More Game Conferences in 2019

By | 22/07/2019

  Putting an end to their apparent run of noticeable absence from major exhibitions, Sony Interactive Entertainment is to attend more game conferences in 2019. Being absent from all publicly held press conferences and exhibitions since E3 in June last year, Sony is set to return to public view at some upcoming gaming conferences for… Read More »

Fortnite Tournaments for PS4 Announced

By | 22/07/2019

  PlayStation gamers aren’t being left out as Fortnite tournaments for PS4 and other platforms announced by Epic Games following this weekend’s Xbox Tournament. Following the impressive success of the recent Xbox only Fortnite tournament, Epic Games has predictably announced a PS4 exclusive Fortnite Tournament. The developer has also confirmed that all platforms will be… Read More »

Cyberpunk 2077 Police will be Corrupt

By | 19/07/2019

  New details emerge concerning Cyberpunk 2077 Police and Wanted System and how the player character may be treated by NPC’s in the game. Cyberpunk 2077 is perhaps one of the gaming industry’s most highly anticipated games ever and as the confirmed release date of April 2020 draws ever so slowly near, the game’s developer,… Read More »

Fortnite St. Patrick’s Day Brings Going Green LTM and More

By | 18/03/2019

Plus: The Sims 4 Drops Support for 32-bit and EA Access Possibly Coming to PlayStation 4… Fortnite St. Patrick’s Day update is live with some items and Going Green LTM, plus details on a visual overhaul. Also, The Sims 4 drops support for 32-bit and EA Access rumored for PS4.     Welcome to Chart… Read More »