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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.

[PS4/Vita Double Review] Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs Review

December 2, 2016 |

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs is a new take on Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, a game that was released last year for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. This 2016 revamped release is once again available on PS3 and Vita, but it has also been released on PlayStation 4. Are the changes to expand the story, including the new Daybreak scenario, and the revamped battle system what this game needed to become a must-play? Come read our Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs review to find out!

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[PS4] Small Radios Big Televisions Review

December 1, 2016 |

Small Radios Big Televisions is a very weird and fun game. You collect cassette tapes that lead you to bizarre scenes to explore. For this one, you’ll play as a nameless character who put’s on a VR headset to explore each building. While you do this as him, you’ll be able to find collectibles and solve puzzles. The game’s graphics are bright and colorful, and the setting feels very 1980’s. Is this one you should play on PS4? Come read our Small Radios Big Televisions review to find out!

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[PS4] Super Dungeon Bros Review

November 30, 2016 |

Super Dungeon Bros is a roguelike dungeon crawler that is highly addictive. You will spend hours and hours playing it without realizing how much time has passed! This release is far easier to play with a friend or with a group of up to four players in either online or offline co-op. Sure, you can absolutely play the game in Solo mode if that is what you prefer, but playing with a group is best. Want to learn more about it? Then come read our Super Dungeon Bros review!

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[PS4] Yesterday Origins Review

November 29, 2016 |

Yesterday Origins is a point and click adventure game with a large amount of puzzles to solve and a fantastic story to follow. The game is quite lengthy, which is always great for entries in the genre! Are you up for the challenge? Come read our Yesterday Origins review to learn more about this clever release!

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[PS4] Exile’s End Review

November 28, 2016 |

Exile’s End is a true old-school Metroidvania, and the best one I have played in a while. Exile’s End has a great Sci-Fi setting where you play as Jameson who finds himself alone on a desolate hostile planet. His crew has gone missing, scattered around the planet in their escape pods. He was on a mission to find the president of a corporation called Ravenwood – this is how he ended up on this bizarre planet. Want to learn more? Then come read our Exile’s End review!

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[PS VR Double Review] Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes Review

November 25, 2016 |

Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes is a new social game that released on Steam last year, and has made its way to PlayStation VR. In this experience, the user wearing the VR helmet must defuse a bomb, which the other players can’t see. He has to describe what he sees and be precise enough so the other players can find the requested information in the set time limit.

Before going any further, we thought that this game made use of the VR helmet in a clever way, and is definitively one of the most original VR games out there! Learn more in our Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes double-review!


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