Cute and fun at first, things get boring quickly and there is not enough to Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to keep you coming back to the title.
Seven months after release, you can buy Cyberpunk 2077 on the PlayStation Store.
Running until 7th June, if you answer a series of escape room questions, you could win a PS4 Collector’s Edition for Resident Evil Village.
The second demo for Resident Evil Village is cross-platform, but PS5 and PS4 players will get to access it before others.
Persona 5 Strikers ambitiously incorporates “musou” elements into its gameplay. Does it succeed? Check out our review to find out.
Terrifying in the most impressive way, Little Nightmares II picks up perfectly where the original title in the series ended.
Yakuza: Like a Dragon is a great entry point for newcomers to the franchise. The turn-based brawler is quirky and filled with a colourful cast of likable characters.
The small improvements and handful of new features paper over the growing cracks in FIFA 21, but with licensing in the bag, players have few other options.
Crash Bandicoot is back in a new dimensional timeline adventure. Check out our review of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time here!
Tennis World Tour 2 has plenty of pick up and play ability, but won’t keep you playing for very long.
WRC 9 is purpose-made for rally enthusiasts, with an uncompromising level of gameplay that demands focus and knowledge. Only fans need apply here.
A new Q&A blog post for the PlayStation 5, confirms that DualShock 4 controllers can work on the next-gen console, but only on PS4 games.
In its first three days Ghost of Tsushima sold 2.4 million copies.
In a surprise to very few The Last of Us Part II has been selling well.
Part of PlayStation State of Play presentation, we get a closer look at the beautiful and violent world of Ghost of Tsushima.
A game we really wanted to enjoy, Predator: Hunting Grounds could have been so much more.
Final Fantasy VII Remake does what it set forth to do and then some.
With the only key difference being new characters, the Champion Edition of Street Fighter V won’t keep you coming back.