After almost two years away, I decided to jump back into Final Fantasy XIV and catch up on 5 patches’ worth of new content ahead of Stormblood. What a ride!
Browsing: PlayStation 4
It’s been more than a decade since Syberia II and its cliffhanger ending; sadly, Syberia 3 isn’t the conclusion that fans are looking for.
As one of the few people who’ve never played Mass Effect before, Mass Effect: Andromeda has been a welcome – if flawed – introduction to the series.
Even if you didn’t grow up with them, The Disney Afternoon Collection is a great introduction to some of the finest games the NES had to offer.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX is a chance to revisit one of the PS2’s best games (that’s Kingdom Hearts), with some other stuff thrown in as well.
Kero Blaster doesn’t bring anything new to the action platformer, but it makes up for that with flawless execution of a timeless genre.
Troll and I tries to channel both Tomb Raider and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and ends up living up to neither of those inspirations.
Naughty Dog’s new trailer for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy further drives home my cautious optimism that it’ll make up for Uncharted 4’s failings.
I love PaRappa the Rapper, so I hate to have to say this, but PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is even more broken than the 20-year-old original.
Styx: Shards of Darkness is one of the best stealth games in a long time, and that’s only made better by its gross yet endearing goblin hero.