Me and Dark Souls have had a rocky relationship, you guys. I didn’t enjoy the second one and though I liked the first one, it never gripped me but, like
Sébastien Loeb Rally Evo has been out in Europe for a couple months now but has only recently hit American shores, and it’s about time I shared my thoughts on
PS4 has plenty of fighters and you can bet that I do my best to play every single one that hits the system and Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel isn’t
The Witch and the Hundred Knight, as I remember it on PS3, is vile, vulgar and offensive – and I remember enjoying it a whole lot. I never played much
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth was one of my most highly anticipated titles of 2016 and, now that it’s been out for a month or so, it’s safe to say that
Having recently reviewed Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair for PS4, I’m back to splat more giant insects in Earth Defense Force 2: Invader from Planet Space
Megadimension Neptunia VII is the first Hyperdimension Neptunia game on PS4 and, as you may know, I’m a big fan of the series so I’m excited to see what Compile
I’ve been familiar with the Earth Defense Force series for a long time but, until now, had only played Earth Defense Force 2017 on Vita. With the series’ debut on
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is a special game for many reasons but the biggest may be that it completes the Naruto story in game-form, allowing fans to play
I’ve not played the previous Corpse Party games which I hear are both horrifying and brutally gruesome, but Blood Drive seems to carry on that tradition in spite of its
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel is set to be one of niche developer Nihon Falcom’s most popular titles in the West, after struggling to gain my traction
I’ve returned to Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance, a game I reviewed quite favourably, as all of the DLC consisting of missions and characters has finally been released. It’s nice
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody when I say that my game of the year is Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and it’s one that I’ve clocked dozens
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is a game I’ve waited a long time for as a big fan of the series and, unlike the shaky Re: Hollow Fragment, Lost Song
I originally played BlazBlue Chronophantasma when it was on PS3 but now that it’s released on PS4, I’ve dipped back in to see if it still holds up as one
Tales of Zestiria is the latest Tales game to release and, since it’s seemingly become a yearly series’, I worry about it becoming stale. Zestiria had a lot of controversy
Most of my Saint Seiya knowledge comes from J-Stars VS+ and so it’s clear that I’m not very familiar with the series but I am familiar with Japanese games, and
Ah Disgaea, we meet again! Since having reviewed the fourth installment and buying every other game in the series bar the first, I’ve become more acquainted with Disgaea and I’m
Amnesia: Memories has been a difficult one to review as I have mixed feelings towards it but after mulling it over for a bit, I think I’m finally ready to
The Pirate Warriors series is what got me into One Piece and now I buy the manga, movies and watched some of the anime and so with Pirate Warriors 3
A turn-based RPG where your teammates live or die based on your choices, which affects how the final battle plays out? Count me in, I’ve been excited for Lost Dimension
Danganronpa quickly became one of my favourite series’ when I belatedly got my hands on Trigger Happy Havoc, and I’ve been waiting for Ultra Despair Girls since it was announced.
I love hack and slash games and I’m definitely not adverse to zombie-slaying women in bikinis, but is that concept good enough to be able to carry an entire game?
As the rest of the PS4 Attitude team know, I’m a huge fan of anime, manga and light novels and Sword Art Online is one of my favourite series’. I
Through the play of several Moto GP games and other racing sims, I’ve become quite accustomed to hardcore racing sims but Formula One is one that I’ve rarely played. I
There’ve been a lot of Hyperdimension Neptunia games this year including the second Re;Birth game, but it’s Re;Birth3: V Generation that interests me most as the only PS3 title I
Godzilla is a monster. The other Kaiju’s are also monsters. Sometimes, you might think the humans attacking Godzilla are monsters. But the only true monster is this horribly made game.
Another year, another MotoGP game. I’ve become pretty familiar with Milestone developed games in the past year and it seems that they’re getting stronger with each installment. As is standard
I never thought I’d see the day that J-Stars Victory VS + would be localised but lo and behold, Bandai Namco has graced us with one of the ultimate anime
I played and enjoyed Demon Gaze, a very similar title to Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, and so I already had an idea of what to expect. I dived into
SUPERBEAT: XONiC, developed by PM Studios, is a new rhythm game that’ll release both physically and digitally this Winter in North America. It’s safe to assume that Europe will follow
Steins;Gate is finally upon us and, as a fan of the anime, I’ve been itching to experience the original visual novel for myself which is a perfect fit on Vita.
PQube has released another trailer for the Steins;Gate game, this time featuring the cast and teasing some of the scenes from the game. The cast is one of the greatest
I love Hyperdimension Neptunia and I love hack and slash games, so a merging of the two is a dream come true. A new genre for the series, how is
I’m a huge Steins;Gate fan and have been waiting for this for years and now, after all this time, Steins;Gate makes its first appearance on PS3 and Vita on 5th
PQube has announced that Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO, developed by Milestone as a brand new IP and spiritual successor to the WRC series, will be releasing this Autumn on PS4.
Lost Dimension is unique in the way that some of your allies will become traitors as they game goes on, and it’ll be up to you to weed them out
Project Cars is a name firmly engrained into my brain after seeing it mentioned often over the past year or so, with it being hyped to be the next Gran
As someone who never played the previous two The Witcher games, the excitement and hype stemming from the upcoming sequel is amazing. It’s not everyday a game is big enough
This is it, one of the games I’ve been waiting a long time for. Idols, turn-based combat and the power of the PS4 all came together to perform the show