RAIDEN V: DIRECTOR’S CUT is heading to the PS4 in the EU Region

Pqube have recently announced that the iconic RAIDEN franchise is heading to the PS4 in Europe with RAIDEN V: DIRECTOR’S CUT releasing later this year. As a massive fan of arcade shoot ’em up games, I can’t wait to play the game! Full press release below: The Raiden series is one of the original trailblazers […]


Lego Worlds Launch at Nexus

The Nexus @ AWX hosted the South African Launch event for Lego Worlds on Saturday 11th March 2017 in partnership with Lego South Africa and Ster Kinekor Entertainment. The [intended] main draw for the day was a playable version of the game available for play on multiple PlayStation 4 consoles. First impressions of Lego Worlds had […]


Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4)

Since first playing Resident Evil on the original PlayStation console there have been many sequels and variations of the franchise, some great and others incredibly awful. An example of the latter being the last main series chapter in the franchise, Resident Evil 6. Resident Evil 6 was quite terrible in fact, completely abandoning survival-horror in […]


First look at the two new licensed pro controllers for PS4

A couple of months ago, news started circulating that the PlayStation 4 will be getting its own version of a pro controller. It was made clear that the task of building said controller will rest on a third party developer, but will officially carry the PlayStation logo. Well, yesterday we got our first glimpse of […]


PlayStation announces November PS Plus games lineup

The end of the month. Paychecks, bills, rent… Most importantly though, it means a new batch of games for the holders of a PlayStation Plus account. Here are your free games for November. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, PS4 The Deadly Tower of Monsters, PS4 Dirt 3, PS3 Costume Quest 2, PS3 Letter Quest Remastered, […]


Best and worst games of rAge 2016

Every year rAge brings us the chance to see games we have only ever had the chance to see online in announcement trailers or gameplay videos, and for lucky fans we get the chance to stand in line for a few hours to try them out for ourselves. If you weren’t able to get to […]


FIFA 17 (PS4)

Lyle Arends (who doesn’t have an account here on Game Arena yet) reviewed FIFA 17, one of the most looked forward to games of 2016, last week. Check out his review below folks! – SL I’m not very good at that game with the kicking and the headering of the ball thing. I’m not. I’m […]


rAge Expo 2016: Day One Highlights

Being at rAge this year has left me with one wish: The ability to create shadow clones. There is so much to see and so much happening simultaneously that it makes seeing everything a daunting task. The air remains thick from the  atmosphere of excitement buzzing around, everywhere one goes. Here are some of the epic […]


Review: Assetto Corsa (PS4)

Disappointment; that was my emotion upon completing my first race in Assetto Corsa. You see, ever since Project CARS arrived on the console scene (a game I consider to be the best racing simulator on console today) I’ve been hearing about how much better the PC “master race” is because they have the best racing simulator: Assetto […]


Meet the PlayStation 4 Pro with HDR and 4K Support

We’ve known about the existence of the PS4 Neo for quite some time now, and today Sony officially unveiled its newest console – The PlayStation 4 Pro. The PS4 Pro boasts an upgraded CPU, GPU and 1TB Hard Drive. Not only that – it’s designed for UHD/4K TVs and PlayStation VR. Other than the fact […]