Browsing posts in the ‘Vita’ category

Review: The Swindle

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I've died so many times. I've fallen off a roof, blown myself up with a badly placed bomb, been shot by a flying metal robot thing, and gassed to death. I've been...

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Zen Pinball Review Roundup: Star Wars, Portal & Ant-Man

With even more pinball tables being released by Zen recently, it's time for another roundup of what's been going on recently and which tables you can pick up for just a small...

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Review: Cosmophony

Cosmophony sounds great on paper: a rhythm based tunnel shooter with some thumping tunes written by Salaryman, a French DJ and producer, which build up as you progress through the levels and...

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Review: Ultratron

Ultratron looks very retro and you would be forgiven for thinking it’s another retro looking twin stick shooter playing on your nostalgic desires and rose tinted glasses. You would be wrong however...

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Retrospective Review: Wipeout 2048

In 1995 my mind was blown. The original Playstation had not been out very long, and three dimensional gameplay was truly born. Racing games had an obvious progression from the sprite based...

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Review: Minutes

"Just one more minute." That phrase has a whole new meaning with Minutes, the latest indie hit to grace PSN. I first encountered Minutes with a two screen demo (one PS4, one...

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Review: Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops comes to the Vita after enjoying good success on mobiles and tablets, but don't let that be a reason to dismiss it immediately. While it's true that many...

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Review: Pix the Cat

I have spent the last two weeks trying to write a review for Pix the Cat. I started by loving it, however it quickly became frustrating. With my desire to be able...

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Review: Lego Ninjago: Nindroids

The Lego series of games have built up a strong following and become very popular with a huge number of gamers, helped along by some pretty hefty franchises in the shape of...

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Review: Table Top Racing

Vehicle combat in games can go one of two ways. One one hand you've got the games like Blur, which give fast and frantic racing with added weapons which feel fair, balanced...

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Review: The Swapper

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It's almost impossible to talk about The Swapper without sounding like a pretentious cock who claims to have been given a secret inside understanding of the soul, the role of the human body...

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Review: ZRun

ZRun is a third person runner game for set in the zombie apocalypse. The dead have risen and you have got to get out of the city, and to do so, you...

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Review: Titan Attacks!

If I told you there was a new game available which took strong inspiration from Space Invaders, I suspect your response would be somewhere near the bottom of the excitement scale. And...

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Review: Football Manager Classic 2014

A few months ago we featured a review of Football Manager 2014 on the PC, and just as we've been doing every year since about 1994 got totally addicted in both the...

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Review: Fez

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Fez was one of the surprise hits on the Xbox 360 when it hit the console a while back, and now Playstation gamers can enjoy the level spinning fun of an incredible...

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Review: Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God

For a game with such an awesome name, Curse of the Great Curry God is an utter pain in the arse. As the latest in a growing genre of roguelike RPGs it's...

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Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F

There have been a lot of rhythm games in recent years, and despite the plastic instruments taking a back seat over the past couple of years the genre remains strong through games...

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Review: Luftrausers

For the past couple of weeks I've been taking to the skies in a tiny aeroplane, getting shot at by lots of other tiny planes and tiny boats, occasionally getting shot at...

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Review: Steamworld Dig

SteamWorld Dig has finally made it on to the both the PS Vita and the Playstation 4 this month, this around six months after it was released on the hugely successful Nintendo...

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