VITA Reviews

It’s dangerous to go alone – Killzone: Mercenary review

by 2 years ago

It’s an awesome concept: Take the standard dichotomy of the Killzone universe - ISA vs Helghast - and turn it on its head, inserting unbiased mercenaries catering only to the …

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Everybody was KickBeat fighting! — KickBeat review

by 2 years ago

When you look at Zen Studios, they have been known for making pinball machine simulations.  While these machines were their own creations, they felt like they were actual machines that …

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Feels like home – The Walking Dead and 400 Days Vita review

by 2 years ago

One of the most unexpectedly impressive titles in gaming history, Telltale Games’ episodic adventure series The Walking Dead won the acclaim of fans and critics alike in 2012. It earned …

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Monster blunder — Soul Sacrifice review

by 2 years ago

I tried to like Soul Sacrifice. I really did. It has a lot of great ideas -- some weirder than others -- but it takes more than some crafty gimmicks …

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It doesn’t get any better than brawlers, babes, and ninjas — Dead or Alive 5+ Review

by 2 years ago

I was fortunate enough to play on an Xbox before it was released, and the game used to highlight its capabilities was Dead or Alive 3. That game was the …

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Don’t let your feathers get ruffled — Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken PS Vita Review

by 2 years ago

It’s hard these days to set yourself apart in the world of 2D platformers.  You need to have some quirk that sets it apart.  In Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, the evil …

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Did anyone ask for this game? Because I sure didn’t — Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus review

by 2 years ago

Before I start my review, I'd like to begin with a little context. Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus, the Vita port of Ninja Gaiden Sigma (an enhanced port of Ninja Gaiden …

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BUGS!!!!!!!!!!!!! — Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Review

by 2 years ago

Sometimes you can't help but to like B-movies.  You know that they don't have the budget to hire well-known actors or put in good special effects.  Still, you get the …

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Sony Smash Up — PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Vita Review

by 2 years ago

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.  When Sony announced PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (PSAS), comparisons to the Super Smash Bros. franchise were inevitable.  Seeing characters from …

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Fight two worlds in the palm of your hand — Street Fighter X Tekken PS Vita Review

by 2 years ago

While I wasn't sure of the original cross over game, Street Fighter X Tekken game was a largely enjoyable experience. However, it shouldn't be surprising with all of the crossover …

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Following the Golden Rule in Persona 4

by 2 years ago

  Atlus has a history of supporting the PSP with the original Persona series. The first two PS1 Persona games were enhanced with a better combat and negotiation system. Then …

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Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation

by 2 years ago

  The Assassin's Creed series has become one of the biggest sellers for Ubisoft.  The first game spawned tie-in games for the Nintendo DS and PSP, and the second game …

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