This week at PS4 Attitude, Dolph suffered through another week with no gaming, Matt continued his playthrough of the Metal Gear Solid saga (I wonder why that could be…), Mitch
Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal is the second JRPG spin-off of the To Heart series of romantic visual novels. Released last week in North America,
We’ve got a short but sweet PlayTime for you today. While I explored a quaint Shropshire town in Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Matt killed a horde of alien monsters in
A turn-based RPG where your teammates live or die based on your choices, which affects how the final battle plays out? Count me in, I’ve been excited for Lost Dimension
Danganronpa quickly became one of my favourite series’ when I belatedly got my hands on Trigger Happy Havoc, and I’ve been waiting for Ultra Despair Girls since it was announced.
Other than Matt’s renewed obsession with Destiny, this week’s PlayTime is dominated by Japanese games – most of which have very strange names – including Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal
I love hack and slash games and I’m definitely not adverse to zombie-slaying women in bikinis, but is that concept good enough to be able to carry an entire game?
When I was a kid, by far my favourite video game genre was the 3D platformer. I would happily spend hours exploring the bright, colourful worlds of such titles, blissfully
Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment – the PS4 port of last year’s Vita JRPG – is the lone new release featured in today’s PlayTime, which joins regulars Destiny, The
As the rest of the PS4 Attitude team know, I’m a huge fan of anime, manga and light novels and Sword Art Online is one of my favourite series’. I