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Apex Construct Review u2013 Building Blocks (PSVR)

Hawkeye ain't got nothin' on me! The post Apex Construct Review – Building Blocks (PSVR) appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle. ...

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] (PS4) Review

Drew gets his anime fighter on (again) in his latest review.

Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion review for PS4, PS Vita

I can't believe it's not Vanillaware! View the full article, here: Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion review for PS4, PS Vita

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) Review u2013 Another Low Budget Anime Fighter

By Remington Joseph Games based on popular anime series have garnered a bad reputation for being low quality. Recent games like Dragon Ball FighterZ have certainly helped to better the general public’s opinion but we’re still far from the point ...

Nine Parchments (Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Steam)

Nine Parchments is an excellent local co-op game of wizards, monsters, and friendly fire. Up to four players (local or online) take the role of an apprentice wizard out to make a name for themselves by collecting the lost Nine Parchments. Players ...

Pop-Up Pilgrims Review u2013 Flat as Paper (PSVR)

Follow up to PS3's Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims. The post Pop-Up Pilgrims Review – Flat as Paper (PSVR) appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle. ...

Review: Secret of Mana (PS4)

Shhh. Be vewy vewy quiet, I’m hunting rabites

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review u2013 Intimate Victories (PS4)

Begin your journey as a 15th century nobody. The post Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review – Intimate Victories (PS4) appeared first on PlayStation LifeStyle. ...

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) Review u2013 Another Low Budget Anime Fighter

By Remington JosephGames based on popular anime series have garnered a bad reputation for being low quality. Recent games like Dragon Ball FighterZ have certainly helped to better the general public’s opinion but we’re still far from the point ...

Review: The Station (PS4)

PlayStation

Bleed 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Not even six months ago I reviewed the original Bleed game, and now there’s already a sequel you can download on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC (reviewed on PS4 here).  It plays and looks nearly identical to the original, but they’ve added a few ...

Review: Marooners (PS4)

Left alone

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