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Absolver Review - Screenshot 1 of 4
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It’s this kind of interaction that separates from most brawlers. This latest title from Devolver Digital is an online-focused fighter where your aim is to become the best bruiser you can by doing battle with all on your path. You begin the game as a Prospect and are tasked with defeating a handful of bosses in your quest to become an Absolver. There is very little in the way of narrative, with most storytelling implied by flavour text, the odd NPC, and the world itself - a ruined civilisation full of crumbling architecture and tranquil vistas. Once you’ve customised your Prospect and picked one of the three fighting classes, you’re sent into the world to scrap with all and sundry.

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Absolver Review - Screenshot 1 of 4
Absolver Review - Screenshot 2 of 4

It’s this kind of interaction that separates from most brawlers. This latest title from Devolver Digital is an online-focused fighter where your aim is to become the best bruiser you can by doing battle with all on your path. You begin the game as a Prospect and are tasked with defeating a handful of bosses in your quest to become an Absolver. There is very little in the way of narrative, with most storytelling implied by flavour text, the odd NPC, and the world itself - a ruined civilisation full of crumbling architecture and tranquil vistas. Once you’ve customised your Prospect and picked one of the three fighting classes, you’re sent into the world to scrap with all and sundry.

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Absolver Review - Screenshot 1 of 4
Absolver Review - Screenshot 2 of 4

It’s this kind of interaction that separates from most brawlers. This latest title from Devolver Digital is an online-focused fighter where your aim is to become the best bruiser you can by doing battle with all on your path. You begin the game as a Prospect and are tasked with defeating a handful of bosses in your quest to become an Absolver. There is very little in the way of narrative, with most storytelling implied by flavour text, the odd NPC, and the world itself - a ruined civilisation full of crumbling architecture and tranquil vistas. Once you’ve customised your Prospect and picked one of the three fighting classes, you’re sent into the world to scrap with all and sundry.

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Onrush Review - Screenshot 1 of 5
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It did say in the review that 'co-op' can be used...does this mean that you can play more than just a tutorial with a friend on the couch, or does it just stick to that? I'd get this game, if it just had more single-player offline modes, but to get it and just play a tutorial over and over again, doesn't seem worth it. Other than that, I loved Drive Club (got the original and VR version), but I guess I'll just stick with them, the Need for Speeds and my original Motorstorms on the PS3, until something great comes along that isn't just focused on online...seriously, we need some co-op games on the PS4 (even if they are just party games and family-friendly games...would like something that my wife can get into and my kids can enjoy at the same time).

@RoyalGuard Yes, the sad reality today is that even a half-baked multiplayer game on Steam's Early Access will often outsell a great single-player game.

What bothers me is that so much of our gaming media is propelling this outcome, and are pushing developers to put multiplayer ahead of single-player.

Games like Hearthstone, CounterStrike and World of Warcraft on PC made lootboxes and microtransactions very popular. Few in the gaming media complained about it, in fact they jokingly dismissed how much money they spent. The Big Media and all yotube critics gave lootboxes and microtransactions the 'all OK', which developers sand publishers consequently responded to.











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Gorogoa Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

Publisher Annapurna burst into gaming with indie darling last year and since then has announced a number of promising games including the console version of this writer’s favourite game of all time, . After the success of Edith Finch, Annapurna’s second publishing initiative was a curious little hand-drawn puzzle game by Jason Roberts, which launched on Steam in late 2017. Gorogoa is actually a title we’ve been dating back to PAX East in early 2017, and mercifully, it sounds like someone was listening.

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Gorogoa Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

Publisher Annapurna burst into gaming with indie darling last year and since then has announced a number of promising games including the console version of this writer’s favourite game of all time, . After the success of Edith Finch, Annapurna’s second publishing initiative was a curious little hand-drawn puzzle game by Jason Roberts, which launched on Steam in late 2017. Gorogoa is actually a title we’ve been dating back to PAX East in early 2017, and mercifully, it sounds like someone was listening.

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Milanoir Review - Screenshot 1 of 4
Milanoir Review - Screenshot 2 of 4

When we started Milanoir, three things were immediately apparent. First, this game contains a great soundtrack full of style and funk, each track harnessing the immense style and taste of the late 70s. Next, it has an innately familiar visual style while still holding its sense of individuality. Pixel art is nothing new, but it is a tried and true approach that definitely does not disappoint. Lastly, and chief among the details that first hit us, was that this game does mess around, nor does it hold back.

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Milanoir Review - Screenshot 1 of 4
Milanoir Review - Screenshot 2 of 4

When we started Milanoir, three things were immediately apparent. First, this game contains a great soundtrack full of style and funk, each track harnessing the immense style and taste of the late 70s. Next, it has an innately familiar visual style while still holding its sense of individuality. Pixel art is nothing new, but it is a tried and true approach that definitely does not disappoint. Lastly, and chief among the details that first hit us, was that this game does mess around, nor does it hold back.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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Tacoma Review - Screenshot 1 of 4

As both a critical and commercial success, , the debut title from indie developer Fullbright, is rightfully seen as one of the seeds from which so called walking simulators grew. With this genre off-shoot proving very attractive to smaller developers – mainly due to being focused in scope – it came as no surprise that in the intervening years, a large number of teams chose to follow in Gone Home’s footsteps. So, when Fullbright announced its next game, , would be in a similar vein to its debut – albeit set on a space station – many people were intrigued to see how their sophomore effort would turn out.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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When was first shown over a decade ago, pixel art indie games weren't all that common, but over the course of its lengthy development, they became increasingly numerous as independent development grew more popular. Nowadays, it feels like there are almost too many of them, to the point where a lot of players will write off games like Owlboy just on its art style alone. To do this would be a mistake, however, as D-Pad Studio's beautiful pixelated adventure is probably one of the best examples on PS4.

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is the adventure game distilled down to its purest and simplest form. Developed by a team of independent developers whose combined credits include , , and , this is a top-down, open world adventure game you play a minute at a time. It doesn't sound like it should work, but it somehow does through a mixture of a cleverly structured world and straightforward design.

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is the adventure game distilled down to its purest and simplest form. Developed by a team of independent developers whose combined credits include , , and , this is a top-down, open world adventure game you play a minute at a time. It doesn't sound like it should work, but it somehow does through a mixture of a cleverly structured world and straightforward design.

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Fox Platy Win

Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders incorrectly. The Fox, host of , the latest phone-based PlayLink offering for PS4, may not join these true kings amongst men in terms of personality, but the title itself provides a fun enough time in its 15 madcap minigames.

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Fox Platy Win

Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders incorrectly. The Fox, host of , the latest phone-based PlayLink offering for PS4, may not join these true kings amongst men in terms of personality, but the title itself provides a fun enough time in its 15 madcap minigames.

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Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders incorrectly. The Fox, host of , the latest phone-based PlayLink offering for PS4, may not join these true kings amongst men in terms of personality, but the title itself provides a fun enough time in its 15 madcap minigames.

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Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders incorrectly. The Fox, host of , the latest phone-based PlayLink offering for PS4, may not join these true kings amongst men in terms of personality, but the title itself provides a fun enough time in its 15 madcap minigames.

Fox Box
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Fox Platy Win

Steve Harvey. Bradley Walsh. Phillip Schofield. Game show hosts are truly the most influential people of our time: they crack jokes met with a sensible chuckle, engage in light-hearted conversations with hopeful contestants that they probably hate, and console poor old Brenda from Swindon after she answers a question about Eastenders incorrectly. The Fox, host of , the latest phone-based PlayLink offering for PS4, may not join these true kings amongst men in terms of personality, but the title itself provides a fun enough time in its 15 madcap minigames.

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It would be a lot better if there wasn't any combat. It's not a terrible game, it's just that it doesn't make a very good action-adventure game. If they replaced all the combat with much better puzzles, this could have been really good.






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Mulaka 4

is a third-person action-adventure game from Mexican developer Lienzo that tells the story of the titular character who is the Sukuruame, or shaman, of the Tarahumara people of Mexico. It tells an interesting story, incorporating true-to-life fables and stories of the Native American people of Chihuahua.

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Mulaka 2

is a third-person action-adventure game from Mexican developer Lienzo that tells the story of the titular character who is the Sukuruame, or shaman, of the Tarahumara people of Mexico. It tells an interesting story, incorporating true-to-life fables and stories of the Native American people of Chihuahua.

Mulaka 5
Mulaka 4
Mulaka 3






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Mulaka 5

is a third-person action-adventure game from Mexican developer Lienzo that tells the story of the titular character who is the Sukuruame, or shaman, of the Tarahumara people of Mexico. It tells an interesting story, incorporating true-to-life fables and stories of the Native American people of Chihuahua.

Mulaka 4
Mulaka 3
Mulaka 1






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Gravel Rev 1

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 6
Gravel Rev 5
Gravel Rev 4
Gravel Rev 2






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Gravel Rev 3

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 4
Gravel Rev 6
Gravel Rev 2
Gravel Rev 5






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Gravel Rev 2

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 5
Gravel Rev 3
Gravel Rev 1
Gravel Rev 4






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Gravel Rev 3

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 5
Gravel Rev 2
Gravel Rev 6
Gravel Rev 4






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Gravel Rev 5

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 2
Gravel Rev 6
Gravel Rev 4
Gravel Rev 1






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Gravel Rev 6

Sorry to aggravate the aggregate heads, but isn’t actually about everyone’s favourite loose collection of rock fragments – sadly, it’s only a fun arcade racer. Coming from the motorheads at racing game specialists Milestone, Gravel focuses less on raw simulation and more on down-and-dirty off-road action, delivering an enjoyable – albeit somewhat unpolished – experience.

Gravel Rev 5
Gravel Rev 1
Gravel Rev 2
Gravel Rev 4






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Nioh Ps4 Rev Scr 2
Stop us if you think you've heard this one before.
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Nioh uses a loot system that is similar to the kind seen in games like . Each weapon and armour drop is colour-coded based on rarity, and comes with its own stat boosts and perks. Finding a high level weapon or piece of armour is consistently exciting, and since the game allows you to replay levels at will from the mission select screen, you can level up your character, improve your understanding of the combat mechanics, and try and collect bigger and better loot all at the same time.






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