Reviews

The Path of Motus Review – Hey! You! Why! (PS4)

In a world where I use video games as an escape from the trials and tribulations of being an adult, The Path of Motus comes waltzing in and drags reality back into the mix. Part platformer, part puzzler, this second game from indie developer MichaelArts encourages you to face your fears…

Defiance 2050 Review – Days of Future Past (PS4)

In my time with Defiance 2050, I shot some aliens, picked up loot, bought some cosmetics from a cash shop, shot some more aliens, drove an ATV, mashed the roll button, and did a lot of running. What I didn’t do, was watch several seasons of a cancelled SyFy show….

Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded Review – Second Time Lucky (PS4)

Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded is the latest revisited take on the classic Touhou formula. While it was originally released last year, it’s been given a small facelift with Reloaded being the definitive version of the title. In essence, it adds a host of new characters, feature improvements, and all the DLC. With all…

MXGP Pro Review – Muddy Hell (PS4)

From the time the first gate drops, it’s clear to see that Milestone’s MXGP Pro is leaning toward the simulation side of things. During your first lap around one of the 19 beautifully dirty courses, you’ll crash into stuff, bounce into fences, get thrown out of bounds, and probably slip over…

Sonic Mania Plus Review – A Mighty Ray of Hope (PS4)

Sega’s blue hedgehog mascot has been busy lately, with a new racing game deep in development. But there’s always time for a new 2D adventure, where it all began for the blue blur. Sonic Mania released last year, and most everyone quite enjoyed the homage to Sonic’s older games. Fast-forward…

Shining Resonance Refrain Review – Not So Shiny (PS4)

The Shining series hails from Japan, and it’s been around for quite some time, originally releasing back in the early 90s over on the Sega Mega Drive. It’s unfortunately not a series that makes its way West very often, and it’s actually been over ten years since one was last…

LEGO The Incredibles Review – Incredibly Okay (PS4)

Pixar’s The Incredibles graced the LEGO scene in 2016, but it took a second movie for the minifigs to grace the world of LEGO video games. Much like this review, it’s better late than never. With TT Games’ other superhero LEGO games, such as any LEGO Batman title, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, or LEGO Marvel…