Month in Review: March 2020 PS4, PSVR Reviews

What a time to be alive, right? Locked indoors with nothing else to do, us lot at Pure PlayStation have been busy little buggers, churning out news and reviews every single day. You’re welcome!

March was a fantastic month for reviews, and if you missed any of them, we’re slotting them down below for you. It was a good month for new releases, all things considered. We got the first big expansion for Remedy’s fantastic Control. We also had a few new PSVR games to review, which is always good.

You may have also noticed that we’ve ramped up our video review output, with around half of March’s reviews getting accompanying videos. As we’re all at home and not working our proper jobs, why not? Videos are fun to watch and hopefully you’re enjoying them. They’re still a little rough around the edges as we find our feet, but they’re getting better. If you’re enjoying them, let us know! If there’s anything you’d like to see us do better, also let us know!

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Here are our PS4/PSVR reviews for March 2020. Simply click the title and the review will open in a new window.

Review: Control – The Foundation Expansion – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Totally Reliable Delivery Service – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Paper Beast – PS4/PSVR (Includes video review)

Review: Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt – PS4

Review: Moons of Madness – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Granblue Fantasy: Versus – PS4

Review: Operencia: The Stolen Sun – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Freedom Finger – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Epic Word Search – PS4 / PS Vita (Includes video review)

Review: Element: Space – PS4

Review: Roundguard – PS4 (Includes video review)

Review: Dead or School – PS4

Review: TT Isle of Man: Race on the Edge 2 – PS4

Review: Holfraine – PS4

Review: Covert VR – PS4/PSVR

Review: Separation – PS4/PSVR (Includes video review)

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