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Game Reviews | - Part 430

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 Review] Super Motherload

December 6, 2013 | | 3 Comments

Mars. The near future.

The Solarus Corporation discovered an infinite source of rare and precious minerals deep in the red crust. Resources that will end the energy crisis on Earth and fuel the deep space expeditions planned as population swells beyond capacity.

Constructing magnificent surface bases, Solarus’ early mining endeavors resulted in returns of wealth beyond measure. Delving deeper they installed new facilities and recruited more adventurous technicians and operators seeking to expand their empire.

Then, one day, Mars went silent.

Cut off from their people, Solarus sent new recruits to continue operations and restore communications. You are such a recruit, and with Mars growing closer by the hour, you sense that all is not right on the Red Planet.

Can you uncover the mysteries of Mars or will her secrets be your undoing?

Good luck, employee 1001.

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[PS4 Review] Trine 2 Complete Story

November 21, 2013 | | 2 Comments

Trine was a great little surprise to me since I didn’t even hear about it coming to the PS4 at launch until the last minute. I played the first Trine on the PC, and while it was a fun game, it just didn’t feel like it dedicated itself to the puzzle solving genre in a fun way. I believe Trine 2 has remedied that issue a little more with a little more character and panache.

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