PlayStation 4 Review: Co-Op Puzzler ‘Pode’ Captivates With Singular Vision

Most of my gaming time these days, as a late forties nanny to my niece, revolves around pick up and play titles. The recently released PlayStation 4 co-op adventure/puzzler Pode has made me rethink my weekly schedule in the best of ways. Visually immerse, the humanistic scope of Pode sucked me in, and many more hours will be spent living in its universe.

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‘Rainbow Skies’ Review: An Immersive RPG Game Shines On PS4

To be honest, Rainbow Skies is a moniker I’ve misnamed numerous times (I originally thought it was Random Skies or Freedom Skies). Though the name doesn’t stick to my feeble brain, the actual game is a total keeper that over delivers as an immersive RPG. I’m six hours into the game, and thankfully I’ve barely scratched the surface.

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‘Human: Fall Flat’ Splatters Onto Xbox One & PS4 This Spring

 

I haven’t played the game on Steam, but considering the memorable moniker should be emblazoned on a shirt and the simple plotline is actually intriguing, I’m excited to catch Human: Fall Flat’s Xbox One and PlayStation 4 release this spring. Details on the game after the jump!

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‘Company of Heroes’ Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary With 3D Diorama

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It’s a time for celebration for SEGA and Relic Entertainment with today’s 10-year anniversary of the release of Company of Heroes. The popular and acclaimed WWII strategy game, which made its debut on PC, is the highest rated RTS (real time strategy title) on Metacritic and GameRankings.com, and to see how COH is celebrating its success, check out the details after the jump.

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