Category: PS Vita

Retro City Rampage DX Review

Retro City Rampage DX is a labor of love by Brian Provinciano and his small team over at Vblank Entertainment. At first glance it looks like a GTA ripoff (no, not the 3D ones, I’m talking about the original top-down ones you youngings) but it’s so much more than that. If you grew up in […]

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SteamWorld Heist Review

Before I dive into this review, I have a cautionary tale that is related and ties into my overall score: One fine day, well over a month ago, I was browsing the eShop for a new title to play on my 3DS. It was then that I stumbled upon SteamWorld Heist by Image and Form. […]

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Severed Review

When I think of gameplay control schemes I prefer, touchscreen isn’t high on the list. And neither is Star Fox Zero\’s dual screen setup for that matter. Sure, I’ve played my fair share of iOS games, but before long I found myself coming back to my 3DS and Vita. There’s just something about physical controls […]

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Lego Marvel’s Avengers (SORT OF) Review

Chores, man. They are terrible. I don’t like them; I assume you don’t like them, either. Having to trudge through a task that you care little about isn’t fun for anyone. But we do them. As a child, I would do chores for cash to buy things; especially legos. I was given a sense of […]

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The Swindle Review

Newly released title The Swindle by Size Five games has dropped this month into almost every current generation system, providing a stealthy bad-guy story like no other. The Award winning indie game developer has produced this epic adventure of the take, boasting a cyber-crime steam-punk scroller with randomly generated levels. The Swindle focuses around the […]

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Bastion Review

Bastion is a game that proves compelling titles can come from a small independent team. Visually the game is gorgeous with it’s hand painted art style and colorful palette thanks to Jen Zee. Not only are the visuals a sight to behold but the audio work and soundtrack are brilliant and what the composer refers […]

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Xeodrifter Review

It doesn’t look like the Metroid series is going to get another official entry any time soon. (EDIT: Since this post, Metroid Samus Returns came out. review here) I say official because there are many Metroid style games out there and Xeodrifter is one of them. That’s not to say it’s a bad thing but […]

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Axiom Verge Review

Where the did this game come from? From the mind of one man—Tom Happ. That’s right, over the course of five years one guy created everything you’ll experience in Axiom Verge from the gorgeous pixel art to the thumping soundtrack . This game was a labor of love and it shows. You play as a […]

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