In 2002, Insomniac Games brought a brand new platforming adventure to gamers on the PlayStation 2 after a successful Spyro The Dragon trilogy on the PlayStation 1. That game was Ratchet and Clank and it spawned a series that is now celebrating its tenth anniversary. The recently released Ratchet and Clank Collection is part of that celebration and contains the first 3 games in the series along with some small extras. Does this collection live up to the standards that the originals set during the PS2 era or were these games better left to nostalgia?
It's baseball season once again and this year, The Show is virtually unchallenged by any other baseball game with the hiatus from MLB 2K. As we've all seen many times before, especially with sports games, not having a competing game can have a negative effect on the remaining one. Will MLB 14: The Show hit one out of the park or did SCE San Diego mail this one in?
Sly Cooper holds a special place in many people's hearts that grew up with a PlayStation 2. There were so many new IPs and extravagant games on the PS2 that a simple stealth-platformer could have easily gotten lost in the shuffle and forgotten about. Somehow, a thieving raccoon found a niche audience and became a cult-classic. Can Sanzaru Games make Sucker Punch proud or was this series better left a trilogy?
Every once in a while, there's a low-budget racing game that makes a big impression. Is this one of those games? Find out in our TNT Racers Review!
Sanzaru Games have brought a Sucker Punch classic to the PlayStation 3. Find out what we thought about it in our Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus Review!
An arcade and Neo Geo classic has finally made its way to PS4! Find out what we thought about DotEmu's version in our Windjammers Review.
The popular Utawarerumono series is back with a new adventure on the PS4 and PS Vita. Find out what we thought in our Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth Review.

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