Republished on Wednesday 28th March 2018: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of April's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. It's easy to name the quintessential arcade games of the 80s, like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and Space Invaders – after all, these are timeless titles
Look upon thyself
E3 2015 didn't bring as many of the smaller games as this author was expecting, but we suppose that that's because new ones are announced literally everyday on the PlayStation Blog. Whispering Willows is one such title, which is set to debut on the PlayStation 4 and Vita from 30th June in Europe and North America. It'll launch with...
Hop, skip, and jump
No system is complete without a copy of Q*Bert, and while the PlayStation 3 already has its own version, the Sony Pictures owned outfit LOOT Entertainment is bringing an updated edition to all three of the Japanese giant's current consoles: Q*Bert Rebooted. Due out on 17th February in North America and 18th February in Europe,...
The plethora of indies gracing the PlayStation 4 keep on coming, and while not every single one of them is a knockout, there have been a few stunners over the past year. To add to the ever growing list is a game with a name that isn’t afraid to play with words. Enter Cluster...Er, Fluster Cluck – a four-player competitive twin-stick...
Needs a bit more tinkering
Sony has never been a stranger to having platformers hit its consoles. In a day and age where 3-D platformers are becoming less common than they should, there are occasions when weʼre treated with a fun little title that rekindles our interest in the genre. Developer Mimimi Productions brings PlayStation 4 owners a new...
All things bright and beautiful
It’s true that the PlayStation 4 may not have an especially enormous software lineup right now, but it does have a varied one. However, it's lacking role-playing games and platformers – but Loot Entertainment is hoping to plug the latter gap with The Last Tinker: City of Colors. Announced earlier this week on the...