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PS4 Reviews are an in depth look into the latest PS4 Games and how much we at MGL would recommend them to our readers. We cover the biggest exclusives and all the third party titles heading to the PlayStation 4 console. We'll be regularly covering all the latest PS4 Reviews on MGL. These will be done as close to release as we can. Our first priority is to deliver the quality which may means you always get the best quality review we can deliver.

Lego Worlds Review

Lego Marvel, Lego Batman, Lego Lord of the Rings, even Lego Rock Band! Developer TT Games are no stranger to Lego, it's what they do best. Known for their licensed Lego games, their newest...

Toy Odyssey The Lost and Found Review

When I was getting ready for my Toy Odyssey the Lost and Found review, I was expecting a cutesy platformer. Something about toys and their plight of being left behind by their owners, and the...

Horizon Zero Dawn Review

Horizon Zero Dawn is the highly anticipated new game developed by Guerilla Games for the PS4. Guerilla Games is a Sony owned studio and are known for developing the Killzone series, which was a...

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review

I had reasonable expectations going in to the Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review. I love Musou (Warriors) games and enjoy anime. It's not Omega Force's first foray in to licensed franchises by...

Torment Tides of Numenera Review

There area few RPG games in focus right now and many of them are going for very modern takes on the genre. But in inXile Entertainment's latest game, we have something of a very...

Moto Racer 4 Review

I'm not a huge racing person as a gamer but I do remember fondly taking control of a bike in some classic games. I was awful then and I'm pretty awful now but I...

Yakuza 0 Review

I began my Yakuza 0 review looking into the detail of this interesting prequel to the Yakuza series. It's so popular that it's referred to as 'The GTA of Japan', and the similarities are...

2064 Read Only Memories Review

Getting right to the point in our 2064 Read Only Memories review, it's essentially a point-and-click adventure game. Set in a futuristic San Francisco, a myriad of social issues create an overarching narrative as you aid...

Digimon World Next Order Review

What a bizarre turn of events. I'm here writing the Digimon World Next Order Review. Who'd have thought we'd ever get a true sequel to the original Digimon World? Better yet, to have it seem...

RWBY Grimm Eclipse Review

I wanted to love this game. Truly I did. Writing the RWBY Grimm Eclipse Review disappoints me, because there's clearly a game to be made out of RWBY and this isn't what it deserves. Third-person action...

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