PS4 Games Reviews
Are you ready for some PS4 games reviews? How about some PS Vita games reviews? Then you’ve come to the right place! At the PlayStation 4 Blog, no game is too indie or too AAA for us to cover it. We have new reviews published every day, so you’re sure to find exactly what you need. JRPG, FPS, RPG, adventure, platformer, 2D, 3D, we review them all!
We have hundreds of reviews waiting for you, with dozens more added every month! We’ll let you know if a game is worthy of your time and money, if you should wait for it to go on sale, or if there’s a game or two you are better off avoiding.
Berserk and the Band of the Hawk is an action-packed release that brings the Berserk property to PS4 with a Warriors take on the source material. Are you up for playing a fun hack and slash release with a 20+ hour long campaign mode? Then come read our Berserk and the Band of the Hawk review to learn more about this game!
Sublevel Zero Redux is a first-person roguelike six-degree-of-freedom shooter game from Sigtrap and Merge Games now available on PS4. It takes inspiration from classics such as Descent and Forsaken, improving on the foundation set by Sublevel Zero to give us the definitive version of the game. Is it a fun release? Read our Sublevel Zero Redux review to find out!
The galaxy is in danger of being destroyed! You need to help and steal the plans for the Death Star so that the Rebels can learn how to destroy it. Check out our Zen Pinball 2 – Star Wars Pinball: Rogue One review to learn more about this new table!
A lonely pixel from a game of Pong loses its way and get’s upgraded to next generation tech. Apparently, it’s your destiny to save the system from an evil OS… with the help of a teleporting hat? If you’re ready to learn more, be sure to read our A Pixel Story review!
Double Dragon IV from Arc System Works is a fully official and proper new entry in the long-running series. It follows brothers Billy and Jimmy Lee after they defeated the Black Warriors in Double Dragon II, and it even borrows the look of Double Dragon II on the NES for this particular release. Are you ready to fight the good fight once more? Then read our Double Dragon IV review to learn more!