Tokyo Tattoo Girls delivers a beautiful semi-idle strategy game in the vein of Plague Inc., though poor balance often makes it a frustrating endeavour.
Browsing: PlayStation 4
Longtime Devil May Cry director Hideaki Itsuno’s twist on Western open-world RPGs is finally available on modern consoles, and it’s worth a look.
There’s rightfully been a lot of criticism of Ys VIII’s localisation, but that’s overshadowed how fantastic the rest of the game is.
Mystik Belle is a neat Metroidvania with a heavy focus on item puzzles, all wrapped gorgeous pixel art that calls to mind the last days of Super Famicom.
Danganronpa V3 has been divisive, and for good reason: it all builds up to a shocking and insightful twist ending, but the road to get there can be a slog.
The Legend Returns brings with it the long-awaited Return to Ivalice raid, which is fantastic. Sadly, the main story developments are underwhelming.
Hyperdimesion Neptunia turns its unique, self-aware parody to MMO and faux-MMO, and the results are hilarious. Welcome to 4 Goddesses Online.
We’ve got a copy of Gran Turismo Sport for PlayStation 4 to give away to one lucky reader! Check out Shindig to find out how to enter.
Peach Beach Splash has all the hallmarks of a Senran Kagura game—lovely characters and lewd humour—but predatory loot boxes are a sinker.
Everything you need to know about The Drowned City of Skalla dungeon, including why Kelpie’s push and pull moves are reversed.