VITA Reviews

Just monkeyin’ around — Jungle Rumble Review

by 6 months ago

Rhythm is a concept that hasn’t been utilized often this generation. Likely because the industry was saturated with countless plastic instruments and motion-detecting dance games, developers have laid off the …

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All in a name — Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation review

by 7 months ago

There is a very thin line between acceptable mediocrity and dull uselessness, and being on the fence is not a position that you want to find your game in.  Unfortunately …

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Be still, my hearts — Tales of Hearts R review

by 10 months ago

Must a game be unique to be great?  Can a game have all of the elements of greatness: fun and dynamic gameplay, solid storytelling and characters, and challenging obstacles that …

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Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda – Freedom Wars review

by 10 months ago

Developed by SCE Japan Studio and just now coming West after a successful launch in Asia, Freedom Wars has all the markings of a hit PS Vita exclusive title. It …

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair – A Hope for the Future

by 1 year ago

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is a game that understands what it means to be a good sequel. It effectively keeps what made the first Danganronpa great while making an active …

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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited – The Definitive Version of an Endearing Tale

by 1 year ago

I never got around to playing Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten when it came out on the PlayStation 3, so when playing the Vita re-release, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, …

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A puzzle platformer with deep thoughts – THE SWAPPER review

by 1 year ago

Who are you? What are you? Are you sure you’re even you? What would you do if you were trapped on an abandoned space station wielding a device that can …

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Pop Star Manager: The Game — Hyperdimension Neptunia PP Review

by 1 year ago

Occasionally you hear of a concept so crazy that you think that there’s no way that it can work. When Final Fantasy X-2 was released with the concept of a …

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Stealing your heart – Sly Cooper Collection review (Vita)

by 1 year ago

Sony hasn’t exactly had the best run of luck in porting its classic games to its versatile handheld. The Vita is capable of pulling off some fantastic visuals (one look …

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Remake? Sequel? Both? – Soul Sacrifice Delta review

by 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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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