Destiny PS4 Review
Games / September 26, 2014

Destiny: The Taken King – Legendary Edition (PS4)  I’ve Been playing Destiny PS4 for a bit now and was initially impressed by what I saw. The graphics are stunning, far more impressive than most other online games that I have played recently. There are lots of missions to do, PVP games are abundant too in case you get bored of taking on the AI. The story unfolds as you unlock different missions on different planets within the solar system that you can travel to using a spaceship you find on Earth. This also helps move the story line along which I don’t want to spoil for you. The character you play is customizable and guns, armour and special abilities increase as you level up as you would expect from such a game. However after a couple of days things began to get a bit repetitive. The main missions basically have you following a path shooting bad guys until you come to the level boss. The fighting is your basic Call of Duty run and shoot affair, with lots of cover for you to hide behind until your health recovers. There are plenty of targets which is a good thing, unfortunately…

Minecraft PS4 Edition Review
Games / September 8, 2014

Minecraft (PS4) At first glance Minecraft PS4 Edition is a blocky looking game (pun intended). Its graphics remind me of the spectrum 48K when a block could be your character or a bad guy depending on its colour. I first decided to try this game on Android with the Pocket Edition and I was hooked right away. So when a couple of days ago I found out that Minecraft PS4 Edition was available to download, I was straight onto the PlayStation Store with credit card in hand. The game download was quick and easy. Even with an update file I don’t think it was much more than 300MB in total. Minecraft PS4 Edition is at heart very basic, you must mine, farm or gather resources to eat, fight and build your way to success. The game tutorial will take you through everything you need to do this but as the interface is so well thought out you can go straight into the game if you chose to do so. Minecraft PS4 Edition has two single player modes. Creative mode where you have unlimited resources and can build or do anything you want. Think of this mode as a bit like…