Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire (PlayStation 4)

Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire (PlayStation 4)

One Game, 2 versions. It’s not an entirely new concept and there are many previous examples of games releasing with 2 differing versions to choose from. The one that immediately jumps to mind – and I really didn’t believe that I would be drawing any parallels with – is the Pokemon series, specifically the original Red and Blue releases. Fallen Legion revives this concept, and has released as Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire on the PlayStation 4 and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion on the PlayStation Vita. Both games…

Marvel Heroes: Omega (Xbox One, PlayStation 4)

Marvel Heroes: Omega (Xbox One, PlayStation 4)

It’s a frantic battle, with the game stressing under the sheer amount of attacks being exchanged. In amongst the mess Bullseye, one of the games many antagonists, gives as good as he takes despite the fact his health bar is plunging faster than the value of sterling. The lunacy only increases, as more and more players join the fray and soon it’s almost impossible to see where the enemies let alone where you are. 

Little Nightmares (Xbox One)

Little Nightmares (Xbox One)

You stand a child adorned in a yellow rain coat, the only piece of colour amongst a wash of browns and greys in a dimly lit room littered with cloth, cages and a suspicious man with clumsily long arms and a face wrapped in bandages. He’s known as The Janitor, and up until now other than the odd suspicious shadow or rodent he is the first resident of The Maw that you have encountered. He stands, facing away from you hurriedly gift wrapping dolls in cloth before impaling each parcel upon…