A bare bones brawler that lacks anything resembling enjoyable game play, Fight is another flaccid jab by Sabec. The Finger Guns Review.
With physics that takes a lot of getting used to, Sabec’s Table Tennis is a substandard attempt to replicate the real world sport. The Finger Guns Review.
A classic comes to consoles as Spot The Difference from Sabec gives it a new 2 player angle. The Finger Guns Review.
Little more than a concept tech demo, Sabec’s Air Hockey is shallow and thoroughly unenjoyable. The Finger Guns Review.
Little more than a tech demo for a shooting gallery, Sabec’s Hunt is another disappointing PS4 game from the developer. The Finger Guns Review.
With 1 course, limited features, a low-poly world that’s hard to read and physics that are inconsistent, Sabec’s Golf is incredibly poor. The Finger Guns Review.
Another featureless board game remake from Sabec, Chess on PS4 is the worst version of the classic game on the platform. The Finger Guns Review.
An exasperating experience that throws away a decent premise, Sabec’s Sniper is fun for five minutes and no longer. The Finger Guns Review.
A digital recreation of the timeless board game, Sabec’s Snakes and Ladders on PS4 is exactly as advertised - but it misses the opportunity to do more. The Finger Guns Review.
Shallower than the bowling mini-game's you'll find in any number of other games, Bowling on PS4 is a gutter ball of a game. The Finger Guns Review.