Creed: Rise to Glory is a glorified tech demo, with a big brand slapped on top of it to mask its shortcomings, which despite of the developer’s best efforts are still painful to experience.
Author: Kamil Dyszewski
While not entirely perfect, Marvel's Iron Man VR is by far the most complete, polished, and awe-inspiring experience to be released on PlayStation VR to date. But it does come at a rather steep price.
A comedy game, that is so obsessed with its gimmick, that it fails to provide one with any meaningful gameplay.
The Foundation is an apt continuation of the core Control experience, but it simply doesn't do enough to warrant your time.
Holfraine is a pathetic hero shooter, which lacks in both quality and quantity in order to compete even with the lowliest, multiplayer titles on PlayStation 4.
Dawn of Fear, does its best to play the nostalgia card, but it does it so poorly, that it is more heartbreaking, than heartwarming.
Music Racer retails at the incredibly adequate £5.79. And such price tag is not just enticing, but also fully justifiable.
Dead by Daylight Nightmare Edition, may not be the ‘Game of the Year’ release which most of us are used to, but it packs enough of a punch to warrant its price.
True Fear Forsaken Souls - Part 2 is basically more of the same, but this time with extra input delay.
Age of Wonders: Planetfall - Revelations, as well as the base game, are the most approachable strategy games, that the consoles of the current generation have to offer.