I mostly enjoyed Heavy Rain but loathed Beyond: Two Souls, so Quantic Dreams’ games have been hit or miss for me. Needless to say, I wasn’t exactly excited to play Detroit. However, I found a copy for rent at a local Red Box kiosk and since I wasn’t in the middle of anything else (having … Continue reading [REVIEW] Even With its Familiar Flaws, ‘Detroit: Become Human’ is Quantic Dream’s Best, Most Ambitious Game Yet
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[REVIEW] ‘Gal*Gun 2’ is a Proudly Shimapandering Rail Shooter that’s More Above Average than Orgasmic
Gal*Gun 2 Developer: Inti Creates Publisher: PQube Reviewed on: PS4 (also available on Nintendo Switch) Price: $59.99 USD *a copy of the game was provided by the developer for the purpose of this review. 2016's Gal*Gun: Double Peace for the PlayStation 4 and Vita consoles topped the tried-and-true rail shooter genre with a hot glob … Continue reading [REVIEW] ‘Gal*Gun 2’ is a Proudly Shimapandering Rail Shooter that’s More Above Average than Orgasmic
[REVIEW] Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder
Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder Developer: ACE Team Publisher: Atlus, Atlus U.S.A. Available on: Playstation 4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Steam Price: $14.99 USD For fans of: Tower defense games, Monty Python Hello, and welcome to the Not-Brad hour! I'm your host, Kayla, and I'll be taking you on another review today. Among all of the games I've played, … Continue reading [REVIEW] Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder
Let’s Discuss E3 2017, Shall We?
We're less than a week away from arguably the biggest gaming event of the year. Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo will take the stage (more or less), along with a few third-party publishers, and reveal to the world their plans for the future. Sony is riding high on their wildly successful PS4 sales figures and an … Continue reading Let’s Discuss E3 2017, Shall We?
I’m Addicted to Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Photo Mode
All games should have a photo mode, this much we know. But after taking a two-month break from open-world games, I'm finally back in the driver's seat with the insanely gorgeous PlayStation 4 exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn. And man, let me tell you, my Share button is getting quite the workout. I made it roughly … Continue reading I’m Addicted to Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Photo Mode
[REVIEW] Akiba’s Beat
Akiba's Beat Developer: Acquire Publisher: XSEED, PQube Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Vita Where Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed centered around brawling vampire-types and ripping their clothes off in a more action-focused, fan-service approach to gameplay, its spiritual successor, Akiba's Beat, revamps its style completely as a mostly standard JRPG. While I applaud developer Acquire's attempt at … Continue reading [REVIEW] Akiba’s Beat
The New PS4 4.0 Update Adds Folders, Which is Helpful
PlayStation rolled out a new update for the PS4 today, including the ability to create folders to organize your library of available games. Unfortunately you can't add games to folders that aren't installed on your console, but you can do helpful things like this (*points up*) to the many built-in apps that never get used. As … Continue reading The New PS4 4.0 Update Adds Folders, Which is Helpful
Logging in to your PS4 account from any PS4 console will allow you access to your entire game library.
It was confirmed today that Sony is doing everything they can to be consumer-centric with the PS4 by allowing you access to your entire game library no matter which console you sign in to. If you own the digital version of Watch Dogs and your buddy wants to check it out, you can head over … Continue reading Logging in to your PS4 account from any PS4 console will allow you access to your entire game library.