Normally I would cover this sort of story with the critical eye that most people would expect from Play4Real. But I really want to go. So this is my review of the PlayStation 4 and how it deserves a 10 out of 10.
This is the fifth and perhaps the final Play4Real Late Night Review. This game needs no introduction, it’s Mega Man Unlimited by Capcom. But is this game truly mega or is it a zero?
This is the fourth and potentially final Play4Real Late Night Review. This is a browser-based game called Cookie Clicker. Is this game tasty enough to be considered good?
This is the third and maybe the last Play4Real Late Night Review. This is a flash game called Pause Ahead by Askiisoft, the makers of Tower of Heaven. Will this game be a slice of heaven?
Today, I would like to celebrate the re-release of Donkey Kong Country on Amazon. I can already say that Donkey Kong Country is a 10 out of 10, but I would like to go into detail as to why.
This is the second (but much better) and still possibly the last Play4Real Late Night Review. This is a free flash game called Papa’s Cupcakeria. Does it hold up to Papa’s Hot Doggeria?
This is the first and quite possibly the last Play4Real Late Night Review. This is a free-to-play game called Dillo Hills 2. Please read the title carefully.
There is no happy ending in this book. The protagonist, Bob Chipman, is trapped in a world of delusion, escaping the difficulties of life through a virtual haze. This is his story.
The Last of Us never disappoints. It impresses in virtually every way through unrivaled presentation. It’s a thrilling, emotionally pounding, even intellectually nourishing experience. Could it be gaming’s Citizen Kane?
What was Game Freak thinking? Their last attempt at a platforming game ended up in a disaster. I can’t believe they wasted time making this when they could have been working on Pokemon X and Y.
I wanted to give this game a chance since I’ve never played a Fire Emblem game before and I really liked Roy from Super Smash Bros. Melee. Now I see why Fire Emblem never left Japan for a long time.
In a surprise release from Arc System Works, a sequel to the critically acclaimed Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross was released in Japanese arcades on November 21st. We flew to Japan to deliver the first review for the game.