Tag Archive: ps vita

Gunhouse review for PS Vita, Switch

Is it tower defence? Is it block-matching? It’s both… and it’s not that good.

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PlayStation Store Update – Shadow of the Colossus, Marooners, Dragon Sinker

There’s a solid lineup of new digital content available for PlayStation platforms this week including the huge release of Shadow of the Colossus for the PS4.

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Bad Apple Wars review for PS Vita

Just your typical teenage love story where the protagonist dies thirty seconds in.

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Antiquia Lost review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Sometimes a generic-looking RPG is just that.

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PS Plus members get Knack, RiME, Grand Kingdom free for February 2018

Legendary PS4 launch title Knack is finally ready to join the free PlayStation Plus lineup..

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PlayStation Store Update – UFC 3, Strikers Edge, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Briks 2,

There’s a pretty strong selection of new PlayStation digital releases on the PS Store this week. Check’ em out.

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Super Hydorah review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

It’s a super-hard shmup. That’s literally all there is to say about Super Hydorah.

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PlayStation Store Update – Dragon Ball FighterZ, Monster Hunter: World, Iconoclasts

It’s a monster-sized PS Store update this week with a number of heavy hitters ready to be downloaded.

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PlayStation Store Update – Albert and Otto, InnerSpace, Vesta, StarDrone

The digital PlayStation releases seems to be picking up a bit now that we are officially in 2018 thankfully.

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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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PlayStation Store Update -The Count Lucanor, Energy Invasion, Planetbase

There’s definitely a bit of an eclectic selection of new digital PS4 and/or PS Vita titles on the PS Store this week.

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