VITA Reviews

Remake? Sequel? Both? – Soul Sacrifice Delta review

by 11 months ago

Have you ever heard that old saying that an artist never really finishes his work, he merely abandons it? Well, it would seem that the developers at Marvelous Entertainment and …

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Borderlands 2 Vita Review

by 11 months ago

As a major fan of shooting things and low-brow humor, Borderlands 2 instantly became one of my favorite games when it launched in 2012. I spent so much time on …

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God of War Vita Collection review

by 12 months ago

I remember God of War being dark, but I don’t remember it being this dark. Sony released an HD compilation containing the first two God of War games a few …

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Do you dare look into the Evil Eye? — Demon Gaze Review

by 1 year ago

If you owned the short-lived Texas Instruments TI-99/4A and a cassette player, then the must-have game was the RPG Tunnels of Doom. After inserting the cartridge and loading data from …

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Monster Hunter ACE? — Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Review

by 1 year ago

When Dragon’s Crown was released on the PS3 and Vita, it was a pleasant surprise. The RPG featured several different classes, accessible but deep combat, and the ability to cross …

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More than one way to skin a monster – Toukiden: The Age of Demons review

by 1 year ago

I've never understood the appeal of monster hunting. Generally I prefer my RPG's with deep plots and rich characters rather than a focus on battles and collecting, which is why …

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Don’t forget your past — Ys Memories of Celceta Review

by 1 year ago

When most gamers make a list of the most popular console RPGs, the Ys series would be towards the bottom of the list. While several games in the Ys series …

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Debate team deathmatch – Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

by 1 year ago

Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc takes great pride in slowly unravelling its twisted, sadistic narrative. You play as Makoto Naegi, a high school student lucky enough to get accepted to Hope’s …

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Free-to-play with a price

by 1 year ago

Somewhere in the course of history, we all decided that games needed to be shorter. Modern games tend to slot somewhere between eight and ten hours to complete, but only …

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Tearaway is a papercraft marvel

by 1 year ago

It’s official: Media Molecule is much more than just “the LittleBigPlanet studio.” Tearaway is host to a wonderful world of paper. Everything here -- from the sky and the clouds …

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Not quite worth the purse – Real Boxing review

by 2 years ago

Real Boxing, while fun, is a game that ultimately suffers an identity crisis. Light RPG elements are mixed with a relatively shallow combat mechanic and task you to master timing, …

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Legends in safe hands – Rayman Legends Vita review

by 2 years ago

Rayman Legends is one of the best platforming experiences in years. From its charming presentation to its fluid controls, this game will have you entertained for hours on end and …

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