Category Archive: PS Vita

PlayStation Vita Reviews

One More Dungeon review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Is nostalgia for the early days of first-person shooters enough to carry a game? One More Dungeon certainly hopes it is.

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Summon Night 6: Lost Borders review for PS Vita, PS4

If ever there was a case of “newcomers need not apply,” it’s with Summon Night 6.

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Tokyo Tattoo Girls review for PS Vita, PC

A game so bad in so many ways, it almost defies the imagination.

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Cursed Castila review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

A retro-inspired, tough as nails platformer that, for once, doesn’t feel like it’s punishing people just for playing.

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Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Double Dragon on a budget — a very, very, very low budget.

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Undertale review for PS Vita, PS4

A pleasant, retro-style RPG with a twist.

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Rabi-Ribi review for PS Vita, PS4

Bunny girls meet bullet-hell platforming.

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Full Throttle Remastered review for PS Vita, PS4

Full Throttle Remastered shows, once again, why Tim Schafer and co. have been held in such high regard for decades.

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Son of Scoregasm review for PS Vita, PC

Son of Scoregasm may not do much, but what it does, it does well.

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Factotum 90 review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

In Factotum 90, interesting ideas and cute robots are failed by lacklustre game design.

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36 Fragments of Midnight review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch, PC

Light on content, but just fun enough to make up for it.

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Alteric review for PS Vita, PS4

What do you call a pale imitation of Thomas Was Alone? Alteric, apparently.

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Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth review for PS Vita, PS4

Wherein the eponymous truth, presumably, is that this game features all the Utawarerumono-related exposition you could ever hope for.

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Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony review for PS Vita, PS4

More isn’t always better, even when it’s more Danganronpa.

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