Insomniac’s Spider-Man for the PS4 is out, it’s good and it looks good.
Things have been a little grim for Fallout 76 since (and even before) launch, so some fans are trying to make their own fun with the game. Like RpTheHotrod, who is running around the wastelands of West Virginia pretending to be Fallout 4's Preston Garvey, defender of Settlements.
Some games’ post-release plans are stingy, others generous, some comically convoluted. And then there’s the seven-part plan for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, an awkward game that is now getting some awkward expansions.
You’re heading to the store to get a PS4 right now, and need to know which games to get. (Keep your eyes on the road, please!) Or maybe you’re home, all set up, realizing you want more stuff to play. We’re here to help.
Battle Princess Madelyn is a Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts-inspired action-platformer whose “honorary assistant creative director” is a 7-year-old girl. Madelyn Obritsch wanted to be in Ghouls ‘n’ Ghosts, so her dad, game designer Christopher Obritsch, decided to grant her wish—and involve her in the creative process. The…
Back in 1998, Insomniac Games gave us a small purple dragon who’s a joy to control, colorful free-roaming playgrounds and backed with exquisite music. The Spyro Reignited Trilogy looks different, but it feels just as good.
Kingdom Two Crowns, the sequel to the sidescrolling strategy/building game Kingdom New Lands, will be out on console and PC on December 11, publisher Raw Fury announced today. More surprisingly, the game’s medieval European campaign will be supplemented by a Japanese one, with more settings added post-release.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is an absurdly big game, full of secrets, systems, and hidden surprises. It’s possible to just learn how it all works by playing, but its first few hours can be overwhelming and a little confusing. I’m here to help.
Darling it’s better down where it’s wetter, take it from Aquaman, the half-human Atlantean monarch who’s fighting for his crown in today’s massive edition to Daybreak’s long-running superhero MMO.
While the PlayStation 4 Pro has been out in the wild for two years now, it’s recently undergone some slight hardware refinements that change how loud it is. According to a recent analysis by Digital Foundry, the noise reduction in the latest iteration of the console, currently only available as part of a Red Dead…
So, uh, does anyone know what happens in the Red Dead Redemption 2 stranger mission with the photographer and, was there a coyote in it? I may have fallen asleep while playing it last night.
Many a critic will discuss a game’s verbs: the things you do in the game. That’s too general an approach for me. I’m here to praise Red Dead Redemption 2’s present participles.
It’s a good year for drum-based rhythm games. Hot on the heels of the wonderfully quirky Gal Metal for the Switch, Bandai Namco’s released two new Taiko no Tatsujin drum games, one for Nintendo’s console and one for PlayStation 4. Which one to get depends on which sort of rhythm gamer you are.
Previously, Sony released a limited edition 2TB PlayStation 4 Pro. Now a standard version has been announced for Japan.
Here’s the first trailer for that MediEvil remaster Sony mentioned last year. Sir Daniel Fortesque is looking as fine as he possibly can, given his state. While the remake isn’t coming to the PS4 until sometime in 2o19, it’s a good day to remind folks about games starring skellingtons.
I’ve only just started getting into the Yakuza series, and November’s PlayStation Plus games will help me out with Yakuza Kiwami. I’m also excited to see the delightful Burly Men at Sea on there. As always, these games are only “free” if you have an active PS Plus subscription.
I wanted to be frightened of Cyanide Studio’s new Lovecraftian horror game, but the scariest thing about Call of Cthulhu is the sloppy stealth action segments that try to add tension to an otherwise casual adventure game.
Completely out of the blue, the top-down co-op shooter Helldivers got a new update on PS4 and PC. Called A New Hell, the small expansion adds higher difficulties, harder enemies, and a new piece of equipment. The game’s also free for the weekend on Steam.
I’m about to go away for a week, vacationing far from my PS4. I’ve been trying to use the last few days to get the most out of the early copy of Red Dead Redemption 2. I think I’m doing it “wrong,” but having a great time along the way.