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Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS4, Reviews

Never Alone Review ~ Alaskan fables come to life

Never Alone is a story like no other. This plot focused platformer spins an Alaska Native folklore tale through wonderful imagery and symbolism which is only hampered by a few AI short comings. Our Review: It is a strange feeling to know you are playing a piece of history. Never Alone is the game representation of an ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PSVita, Reviews

Senran Kagura Bon Appétit Review ~ The Rhythm Method (Vita) NSFW

Marvelous Entertainment have been on a role with the Senran Kagura series recently. Just last month they ported and localised Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus to the PSVita and now they are bringing the rhythm game spin-off Bon Appétit to Sony's little hand too. Is Senran Kagura Bon Appétit a tasty dish or is it nothing more ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS4, Reviews

#DRIVECLUB Review ~ Visually stunning with unfulfilled potential

Even though we received a review copy of Driveclub at release, we took the decision to delay writing our review until now. We knew the game had issues with the servers and we knew that the PlayStation Plus version of Driveclub had been delayed, but we took the stance that if a cinema had a power ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS4, Reviews

Shadow Warrior Review ~ There is such a thing as “Too Much Wang”

Slick melee combat, penis jokes and a lengthy single player campaign are not enough to save Shadow Warrior from degenerating into a repetitious slog. Our review; It was when I hacked off the head of what felt like the millionth lower daemon, watching its body go into a slow-mo fall to its death that I realised that ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS4, Reviews

Peggle 2 Review ~ A sequel in name only

PopCap Games created a monster when they released the original Peggle. The game was not initially a sales sensation but went on to explode across PSN, Xbox Live, PC, iOS and Android platforms, being downloaded more than 50 million times. The simple but well presented game play won the hearts of millions of gamers world-wide and ... Continue reading ›

James Brocklehurst

James Brocklehurst

James has been playing games since the PSOne days. Somehow, he's managed to maintain his obsession while getting married and juggling four kids too.

James Brocklehurst in PSVita, Reviews

Minecraft PS Vita Edition review – The ultimate indie hits Vita

If you haven't already played or seen Minecraft, then I do wonder how you've managed to miss it! The pixelated block-based survival game has finally made its way to the Vita, and for many Vita owners, that's kind of a big deal. Whereas smartphone and tablet gamers have had their hand at the relevantly titled Pocket Edition ... Continue reading ›

James Brocklehurst

James Brocklehurst

James has been playing games since the PSOne days. Somehow, he's managed to maintain his obsession while getting married and juggling four kids too.

James Brocklehurst in Culture, Featured, PSVita, Reviews

Tomb Raider – Classic Review

It seems only appropriate, with Rise of the Tomb Raider making its way as a timed Xbox exclusive, to look back to Ms Croft's roots, which are firmly embedded in PlayStation history. This isn't an easy game to look back at however. Does one look at it though a portal, as though the game had just ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS4, Reviews

MXGP Review ~ Muddy good fun (PS4)

For the past few days I have contemplated how best to start this MXGP review without sounding like I have gone insane - and couldn't come up with anything. So here it is; MXGP is muddy good fun and a surprise contender for racing game of the year... Before we go over the games positives, lets get ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PSVita, Reviews

Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus Review ~ All sex, little substance

Marvelous have localised Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus for the West but is it all "sex, sex, sex" or is there some substance to the slasher? Our review; Lets get this out of the way with early on; The pretence of Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus: The game has you play as rivalling shinobi schools which train "good" or "bad" ... Continue reading ›

Sean Davies

Sean Davies

Heart Failure Analyst by day, Review Editor by night. Co-Founder of PSGamer.co.uk, father to 3 and avid trophy hunter.

Sean Davies in PS3, Reviews

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment review ~ The game is afoot and it’s excellent

Frogwares have produced an interesting "whodunit" detective adventure and Arthur Conan Doyle would be so very proud of Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment. Our review; Sherlock Holmes is a British institution. Almost everyone in the UK grew up and read, listened or watched one form of Arthur Conan Doyle's wonderfully crafted detective in one of his many ... Continue reading ›