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April 17, 2017 | PS4 Reviews
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Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review (PS4)
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4.0
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Assassin’s Creed IV: Freedom Cry (PS4) Review: Tailing Greatness

Asssassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag was among my favorite games of last year. Ubisoft finally perfected the combination of open world exploration and combat with a lovable protagonist. Unfortunately the Freedom Cry DLC, now recently released as a standalone game, gets almost every aspect of that formula wrong. Players take control of Adewale, who was the quartermaster […]

7.5
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Strider (XONE) Review: Prepare Yourself, To Meet Cypher’s Edge

For numerous years, Capcom fans have requested for the return of one of their classic franchises, Strider. The original and it’s sequel were instant classics on the NES and Genesis respectively. We have seen Hiryu in past Capcom games such as the Marvel vs. Capcom series, but it has been over two decades since the […]

8.0
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The LEGO Movie: The Videogame (PS4) Review: Is Everything Awesome for the Game Too?

The LEGO Movie: The Videogame is exactly as crazy as it sounds. Actually, it’s more crazy than it sounds. It is an excellent movie tie-in, perhaps one of the best ever. The cutscenes are ripped straight out of the movie, so the plot follows perfectly in line with the film. Restrictive source material is often […]

8.5
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Outlast (PS4) Review: Turn Back Now

Outlast is a terrifying game. It revels in filth and gore, and does everything in its power to make the player feel powerless and uncomfortable. And it does so masterfully. Players take control of Miles Upshur, a journalist who will take on any big story, no matter how dangerous it could be. Miles quickly gets in […]

9.0
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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (PS4) Review: Is Lara Croft’s Next Gen Debut That Definitive?

Long running franchise, Tomb Raider, got the reboot treatment last year, and now ten months later the so called Definitive Edition is out on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. But how definitive is it? With a new found focus on combat, fans of the old series might feel disappointed with the reboot’s complete lack of puzzles. The combat, however, is […]

8.0
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Don’t Starve (PS4) Review: Survival of the Fullest

The wilderness is a rough, dangerous place to live and Don’t Starve makes sure you fully grasp this idea by the time it’s done with you. Klei’s survival rogue-like is not for the faint of heart, encompassing you in a world without explanation or direction as death constantly stocks your every move. The game is built for you to […]

9.0
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Resogun Review: Can You Save the Last Humans?

It is surprising that the Playstation 4’s first killer app is a download only game, but in Resogun, Housemarque has created a new arcade classic for the modern age. With online leaderboards and extreme difficulty, Resogun’s bullet hell gameplay is a must play. Resogun is made up of five levels of increasing difficulty. The player […]

5.0
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Knack Review: A Frustrating Journey Through Tedium

Sony Studio Japan’s Knack is a bizarre game. At first glance, it comes across as a platformer flashing back to the glory days of the first Playstation. Surprisingly, however, it consists mostly of combat, and unfortunately the combat is lackluster. Pair that with an uninspired visual aesthetic and pointless narrative, and what is left is a completely […]

7.0
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Killzone: Shadow Fall Review – A Shadow of What It Could Have Been

Killzone has easily been one of Sony’s more interesting exclusives. Not necessarily because the games of the franchise but more of its legacy. Initially advertised as the “Halo Killer” Killzone has struggled to remain a float among Sony’s other fantastic exclusives. With that said, most of the games have remained in good quality and that […]

8.0
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Just Dance 2014 (XONE) Review: The Best & Feature Filled Just Dance Yet

Only one rhythm game franchise has made to the next generation of consoles out of so many that made the genre popular again last generation. I didn’t think anyone expected Ubisoft’s Just Dance franchise to that one when it first began a few years ago compared to other franchises such as Guitar Hero, Rock Band, […]

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