Category Archives: Vita

PlayStation Vita

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Metrico [Review]

Sep
17
2014

While many have been seeing the Vita as nothing more than a JRPG machine, the embattled handheld platform has had some more interesting titles as of late. Games like Tearaway, Gravity Rush, Sound Shapes, and so on have come out with nice visuals and novel concepts that have added quite ...

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OlliOlli [Review]

Aug
2
2014

Skateboarding is a curious thing indeed, especially for those who are not into it in real life but have played games like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and Skate. The aforementioned games are pretty good in their own right, although they're only as good as the general interest in skateboarding itself. ...

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Where is my Heart? [Review]

Jul
25
2014

It's a bit odd seeing some games that were released for one platform would then be put out for other platforms years later. Doing so days or months later is common enough, but years later is a rarer occurrence with some interesting results. It lets more people play that game, ...

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MouseCraft [Review]

Jul
21
2014

Oddly enough, there are tons of games that have the "craft" suffix, such as Starcraft, Warcraft, Minecraft, and so on. This unique naming trope in gaming makes for some interesting titles that don't seem to look or play like those aforementioned games. There are those that aren't even about crafting ...

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Starlight Inception [Review]

Jun
25
2014

You'd think that when video games are mentioned, there would be that image of flying around and shooting stuff in space, which there is plenty of. But the titles that fit such descriptions tend to be those of the olden days, like StarFox, Wing Commander, or X-Wing vs TIE Fighter. ...

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Demon Gaze (Vita) [Review]

Jun
7
2014

While the Nintendo 3DS thrives (despite the company's financial woes), the Sony PlayStation Vita has somehow been languishing for a bit, mostly being good for remote play for the PS4. However, upon closer inspection, it seems that it does have a sizable library of games after all, although of a ...

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Deception IV: Blood Ties [Review]

May
17
2014

A lot of Japanese games tend to seem strange to the rest of the world, mostly due to differences in culture and taste. In terms of gameplay, titles from Japan range from the deep and dynamic like with fighting games and character action games to the more simple and subdued ...

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Luftrausers [Review]

Apr
10
2014

There is something about the setting of the early to mid 20th century that somehow makes for some pretty good video games. For instance, there's Papers, Please that puts you in the shoes of someone working for a scary communist regime, albeit a fictional one. There had been a ton ...

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Tearaway [Review]

Feb
3
2014

The PlayStation Vita has taken a hit as the lesser handheld compared to the 3DS due to the latter's more extensive game library. But the Vita is now slowly gaining some ground, especially with Nintendo's recent financial woes. However, it's also because of the features that help it become a ...

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Killzone: Mercenary

Killzone: Mercenary [Guide]

Oct
17
2013

Killzone comes to PS Vita with Killzone: Mercenary.

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Divekick [Review]

Aug
26
2013

When Divekick was first shown in fighting game tournaments last year, the response was mostly that of amusement and laughter. The game parodies a lot of things about fighting games and the community, so it got a fairly good reception. When it was announced that it was actually going to ...

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Cloudberry Kingdom [Review]

Aug
23
2013

There have been plenty of difficult platformers in recent years that joined the hit Super Meat Boy, like I Wanna Be The Guy, VVVVVV, Spelunky, and so on. Plenty of players hate them for being sadistic and cruel, while others become avid fans and continue to push their own gaming ...

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Rymdkapsel (Mobile) [Review]

Aug
5
2013

The potential of strategy games in mobile touch devices have always been there, but it has yet to be fully tapped. Perhaps developers are looking too deep into whether it will be appealing to casual players at all if ever it goes beyond the standard tower defense fare, but it ...

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Quell Memento Walkthrough [Guide]

Jul
15
2013

Quell Memento is a very challenging puzzle game, but what sets it apart from other similar puzzlers is how it is presented. Set in a melodramatic tone with narratives and very mellow sounds, you’ll never feel stressed out even in the most challenging of stages, and it is a great ...

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MotoGP 13 [Review]

Jun
25
2013

Most people know about the motorsports on four wheels, like Formula 1, NASCAR, World Rally Championships, Le Mans, and even the Dakar Rally. However, it seems that not as many people are aware of the two-wheeled ones like the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix or MotoGP, especially in video ...

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