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Review: Deadlight: Director's Cut (PS4)

Deadlight: Director's Cut (PS4)

Flickers of hope

Arriving in 2013 as part of Xbox's Summer of Arcade, Deadlight reinvigorated the zombie horror genre with its classic 2D platforming and a uniquely bleak dreary tone. With the release of its next project RIME seemingly in development hell, Tequila Works has decided to revisit its esteemed debut to bring it glossier graphics, tighter...

Review: Mighty No. 9 (PS4)

Mighty No. 9 (PS4)

Mighty big shoes to fill

From the moment that the Kickstarter for Mighty No. 9 was announced, there were enormous expectations placed upon it, and it was always going to be impossible to live up to them. The hype came from Keiji Inafune and a team of Mega Man veterans being at the helm of what appeared to be a spiritual successor to the classic...

E3 2016: Spiritual Castlevania Successor Bloodstained's Shaping Up

Spiritual Castlevania Successor Bloodstained's Shaping Up

Alucard would be proud

Kickstarter's proved something of a poisoned chalice for Mighty No. 9 backers, but there's hope that Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will come together quicker and better than its peer. It's already looking alright, with a PC build on the E3 2016 show floor this week. The exploration looks suitably Metroidvania-esque as...

Review: Dead Island: Definitive Collection (PS4)

Dead Island: Definitive Collection (PS4)

Six feet under

Arriving as one of the more unexpected remasters of the year, Dead Island: Definitive Collection sets out to resurrect the popularity of the series in the run up to its troubled second instalment. The question is: has the series already been buried too deep for this remaster to restore its reputation? The collection certainly offers...

News: Even Mighty No. 9's Developer Thinks the Latest Trailer Is Trash

Even Mighty No. 9's Developer Thinks the Latest Trailer Is Trash

"Unforgivable"

This is a story that just keeps getting better and better. After more delays than we care to remember and countless promotional cock-ups, Mighty No. 9 isn't exactly in the best shape leading up to its launch next month on the 21st June. Yesterday, publisher Deep Silver released this trailer, which went down really, really badly with...

News: Wait, Dead Island: Riptide Isn't on the Dead Island: Definitive Collection PS4 Disc?

Wait, Dead Island: Riptide Isn't on the Dead Island: Definitive Collection PS4 Disc?

Nope, it's download only

More positive press for the remastered collection that no one asked for: Dead Island: Riptide, the sort-of-sequel to Dead Island, wont be included on the Dead Island: Definitive Collection disc. According to publisher Deep Silver, only the first game will be on the PlayStation 4 disc, meaning that you'll have to download...

News: Behold the Mighty No.9 Trailer People Are Tearing to Bits

Behold the Mighty No.9 Trailer People Are Tearing to Bits

"Cry like an anime fan on prom night"

Mighty No.9's been stuck between a rock(man) and a hard place for as long as we can remember, and its situation doesn't seem to be improving, even as we near its 21st June release date. The crowdfunded sidescroller looks as rough as ever in its newest trailer, and the 800 dislikes that sit on its YouTube page...

Review: Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)

Homefront: The Revolution (PS4)

Viva la revolución

The nightmare that surrounded Homefront: The Revolution's development is no secret. After being passed between two different publishers and changing its gameplay in favour of a non-linear style, the title has finally staggered its way towards the finish line after a series of setbacks. But has the extra time and attention poured...

Round Up: Homefront: The Revolution PS4 Reviews Stage an Uprising

Homefront: The Revolution PS4 Reviews Stage an Uprising

Scores of scores

Do you remember Homefront: The Revolution? A bit of inside baseball here: your humble host was too busy animating cacodemons to chase up our review which should have been live today. In other words, even though it's written on the Push Square Towers white board in block capitals, we still forgot about it. Surely the game's better...

News: Homefront: The Revolution's Day One Patch Makes the Game Run Properly

Homefront: The Revolution's Day One Patch Makes the Game Run Properly

As you'd expect

Surprise, surprise: Homefront: The Revolution has a day one patch that comes "strongly recommended" by developer Dambuster Studios. Apparently, the update offers a "range of performance and frame rate improvements". In other words, if you want the game to run as well as you'd expect, you'll probably want to nab this file before you...