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Badland Games | - Part 2

[PS4] Demon’s Crystals Review

June 1, 2017 |

Demon’s Crystals from Byte4Games and Badland Games is a twin stick shooter. For less than five bucks you get a decent amount of content, single player and multiplayer modes and a fun action-packed release. Want to learn more? Then read our Demon’s Crystals review!

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[PS4] Zenith Review

February 16, 2017 |

Zenith from BadLand Games is an action RPG with a dry sense of humor that parodies classic RPG in a new PS4 adventure. Want to learn more? Then read our Zenith review!

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[PS4] Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review

November 9, 2016 |

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is a 2D dystopian point and click adventure game that tells the story of Michael Argent, a man who needs to rediscover his identity as he investigate the events that brought the world close to the end of time. Want to learn more? Then read our Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today review!

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[ Interview] Fictiorama Studios On Dead Synchronicity

October 17, 2016 |

We’re currently working on a review for Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, a very fun adventure game you should try today, so we got in touch with Fictiorama Studios to talk about the game’s long journey to Sony’s PlayStation 4.

PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers and tell them a bit about yourself and your work at Fictiorama Estudios?

Hi! Thank you for your interest in Dead Synchronicity. I’m Luis Olivan, producer at Fictiorama Studios, who is also in charge of all communications.

PS4B: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is now available in the United States and Europe for the PlayStation 4. How would you describe the game to someone who has never heard of it?

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[PS4] Castles Review

September 12, 2016 |

Castles is an adorable match-three puzzler, but a fairly challenging one – this is certainly not aimed at the casual market. The first 15 levels are quite easy, but the difficulty does spike quite considerably after that, and completing all 50 levels will be a challenge in itself! Want to see if this is a good game for you? Then read our Castles review!

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[PS4] Heart&Slash Review

August 25, 2016 |

Heart&Slash went to Kickstarter in in 2014 -the small team at aheartfulofgames set out to create a very ambitious game in a very short schedule. After a lot of hard work, the game has finally found its way to the PlayStation 4. Read our Heart&Slash review to learn more about this very interesting game!

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