This season, pass
The festive season is here, and with it comes Snowfall, the first of seven DLCs for Cities: Skylines’ PlayStation 4 port. Colossal Order’s city sim was chock-full of content at launch, but Snowfall leaves a lot to be desired in terms of value, and gets the game’s Season Pass off to a slippery start. Chief among the new...
Three expansions planned
Popular city builder Cities: Skylines launched on PlayStation 4 back in August, and alongside the release of its first expansion next month, a season pass and a complete edition of the game will be made available. You can get a look at the title's weather-based add on in the video that we've embedded above. The...
In traditional role-playing game fashion, you begin Pillars of Eternity by creating a character and assigning them a class, and then seconds later your avatar is caught in some sort of dastardly plot that leaves him or her with a magical new power. In this case, you're a Watcher - somebody able to communicate with souls, both living and...
In terms of city-building games, the PlayStation 4 – hell, every console in general – is pretty light. Simulation games as a whole seem to be married to the PC, the complexity of running a metropolis requiring menus, precise clicks, and control systems that simply aren’t compatible with the simplicity of a controller...
Cities: Skylines will dig out its hard hat and begin construction on the PlayStation 4 from 15th August. The city building simulation launched on Xbox One recently, but was clearly only bound to a few months of exclusivity, as already a port is on the agenda – and this version will launch with the After Dark expansion included for free...
Includes two expansions
Traditional role-playing release Pillars of Eternity is coming to PlayStation 4, publisher Paradox Interactive has announced. The Obsidian-developed title proved popular when it launched on PC back in 2015 after a very successful Kickstarter campaign. Full of dialogue, deep characters, and player choice, it's a game that fans...
There simply aren’t enough city-builders on the PlayStation 4, but Tropico 5 is a decent one. And the developer of that game, Haemimont Games, has announced that it’s teaming up with Paradox Interactive in order to bring Surviving Mars to Sony’s system, a colony management simulation that will see you attempting to settle on the Red...
Game already rated for Sony's system in Brazil
Much to this author's chagrin, Cities: Skylines launched as an Xbox One console exclusive this week – at least, that's what we assumed. However, it seems that's only temporary, as the title's already been rated for release on the PlayStation 4 in Brazil. If this deal turns out to be anything like...
This one stings: critically acclaimed city building simulation Cities: Skylines will make its console debut on the Xbox One. Microsoft gleefully made the announcement during its Gamescom 2015 press conference earlier today. Of course, every man made cloud has a silver lining, and the wording of the reveal leads us to believe that a...
It's a co-op kinda magic
Magicka 2, much like the PC hit Magicka before it, is a magic-'em-up which plays out in cartoony environments from a Diablo-esque isometric viewpoint. As the name suggests, it's all about magic(ka) and it packs a fun, surprisingly deep spell casting system that will see you conjuring up all manner of devastation. Making the...
Magicka is coming
Following news of Magicka 2 has been a real delight; the game's own brand of humour presents a breath of fresh air in the world of gaming news. After such a memorable E3 announcement trailer and its incredibly catchy sing along contest, we didn't expect the next in the title's line-up of comedic videos to be any different. It...
Disco, disco, good, good
While E3 was brimming with more gaming goodness than you could fit into a picnic hamper, a trailer that left a lasting impression on this writer was the announcement of Magicka 2 on the PlayStation 4. Not only did it mock its own character's unemployment since the original title, but also the downsides of its iconic friendly...
The Contra of the future
2D side-scrolling shooters are a tough genre to tackle. Sure, it's simple enough for developers to make one and call it a day, but it's easy for these games to fall into the trap of being generic and unable to stand out. What does Ruffian Games have in mind to jump over that obstacle? With its work on the Xbox 360...
No pets were harmed, honest
You may have come here for the latest PlayStation news, but let's face it, the Internet's true calling is cats – and one game during Sony's E3 2014 press conference totally nailed it. Arrowhead's critically acclaimed, friendship destroying, co-operative experience is finally coming to the PlayStation 4 in the form of...
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