PS4 vs Xbox One Head-to-Head Face Off: June 2016

Every so often, Eurogamer run a series of technical comparison reviews for games released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This is the latest update to the full list and you can hover over the web site icon for a very quick summary.

  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 Dangerous Golf
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Transparent 16x16 Mighty No. 9
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine

PS4 vs Xbox One Head-to-Head Face Off: May 2016

Every so often, Eurogamer run a series of technical comparison reviews for games released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This is the latest update to the full list and you can hover over the web site icon for a very quick summary.

  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 Dead Island: The Definitive Collection
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Gaming Bolt favicon Dirt Rally
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon Doom (2016)
  • Xbox One better than PS4 Gaming Bolt favicon Homefront: The Revolution
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 Lichdom: Battlemage
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon Overwatch
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Transparent 16x16Gaming Bolt favicon Shadow Complex Remastered

PS4 vs Xbox One Head-to-Head Face Off: March 2016

Every so often, Eurogamer run a series of technical comparison reviews for games released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This is the latest update to the full list and you can hover over the web site icon for a very quick summary.

  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon Dark Souls 3
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Gaming Bolt favicon Hitman (2016)
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon Resident Evil 6
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon The Division
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Gaming Bolt favicon Trackmania Turbo

PS4 vs Xbox One Head-to-Head Face Off: February 2016

Every so often, Eurogamer run a series of technical comparison reviews for games released on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

This is the latest update to the full list and you can hover over the web site icon for a very quick summary.

  • PS4 logo 75x16  Far Cry: Primal
  • PS4 logo 75x16 Transparent 16x16 Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
  • PS4 / Xbox One equalXbox One / PS4 equal Transparent 16x16 Rocket League

Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus (PS3 exclusive, 2013) – 8/10 action game review

Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (2013)

Ratchet, Clank, Kronk and Zephyr are transporting intergalactic baddie Zendra Prog to prison when her brother catches up to them and breaks her out. Ratchet and Clank wind up marooned on a nearby planet and have to catch Zendra and put her back where she belongs. However, they’re going to need help from an unexpected source.

8/10

Into the Nexus‘ constantly evolving gameplay features lots of toys, lots of fun and lots of quality shooting; there’s so much opportunity for majestic overkill. It helps that these adventures are always good-natured in tone with a friendly feeling between Ratchet and Clank, smack-talking henchmen who aren’t above receiving a good jump-scare and even a scene where someone keeps their word and goes to prison willingly. Nexus‘ antagonists Vendra and Neftin Prog are good value but no Dr. Nefarious. It’s such a shame that the frame rate doesn’t remain smooth; Ratchet and Clank really should be prioritising a 60 frames per second update yet Nexus doesn’t maintain 30. Though it feels impressively frenetic and remains playable, the 30 fps at best means that it is difficult to track anything on screen.

Content Summary

This game contains violence

Cast / crew

Ratchet: James Arnold Taylor
Clank: David Kaye

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