In 2005, Sony' Santa Monica Studio released a game that would quickly become one of the must-own series of games for the PlayStation brand. The hack n' slash type of adventure gameplay was somewhat of a different concept than what was previously seen and it worked well with the general story of the game. Now, Sony has released yet another collection of games after the previous God of War Collection and God of War: Origins Collection. Can this Saga prove to be worthy of a spot in your collection or is this one Saga that has gone on far too long?
Bluepoint Games have rebuilt the PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus from the ground up for PS4. Find out how much of a difference they made in our Shadow of the Colossus Review!
Crystal Dynamics went back to the beginning for Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition. Is Lara Croft's origin story a good reboot for the series?
It's been a long winter without baseball but, with Spring Training beginning, it's time for Sony's premiere baseball franchise to come back and give baseball fans another great simulation. Will this year's edition live up to the hype? Let's take a look at MLB 13: The Show!
It's been one year since Call of Duty: Ghosts hit the scene and that means it's about time that another Call of Duty game hits shelves. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is this year's attempt by Sledgehammer Games. Will this be more of the same from a series that has seemingly become stale and hasn't changed much since Modern Warfare? We'll answer that question and many more inside!
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?
Sonic and his friends are back this year with a brand new racing game but, this time, they're taking the racing to land, sea, and air! The question that remains is can Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing: Transformed succeed with such a big transition to the series while still retaining the core mechanics that made the first game successful?