Category Archive: PS Vita

PlayStation Vita Reviews

Daggerhood review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

A solid choice for anyone in the mood to play an old-school platformer that doesn’t seem to want to punish you just for playing it.

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Pic-a-Pix Classic review for PS Vita, PS4

Dear Lightwood Games: please stop releasing such addictive games, as I have other things I’d like to do with my time. Thanks!

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London Detective Mysteria review for PS Vita, PC

In London Detective Mysteria, Sherlock Holmes meets Jack the Ripper, and both of them want to woo you…kinda.

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Heroes Trials review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

No more, Heroes.

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Necrosphere Deluxe review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

There are hard platformers, there are impossibly tough platformers, and there’s Necrosphere Deluxe.

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Drowning review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

A deeply personal game about depression that’s well worth your time.

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Mixups by POWGI review for PS4, PS Vita

3 words for fun? Mixups, by, and POWGI,

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Emerald Shores review for PS Vita, PS4, PC

Absolutely terrible in every respect but one.

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Death Mark review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Kind of like a creepy, gory Choose Your Own Adventure.Kind of like a creepy, gory Choose Your Own Adventure.

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Scintillatron 4096 review for PS Vita, PS4

Twin-stick blast from the past.

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Stay review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Should you Stay or should you go?

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Dragonfly Chronicles review for PS Vita, PC

Meh-ga Man.

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Pic-A-Pix Pieces review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS Vita

A worthy follow-up to one of Matthew’s 2018 game of the year contenders.

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Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Killer performance issues.

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Atari Flashback Classics review for PS Vita

Atari may be long gone, and, regrettably, the Vita isn’t too far behind it, but Atari Flashback Classics shows that the combination of the two makes for something worthwhile.

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Spacejacked review for PS Vita, PS4, PC

Take some tower defense, sprinkle in a little arcade-style action, and you’ve got yourself a winning combination (and, obviously, Spacejacked).

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Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight review for PS Vita, PS4

Turns out you don’t have to be a Persona fan or a rhythm game fan to enjoy a Persona rhythm game!

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