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Review: Farming Simulator 14 (PS Vita)

I know, it’s one of those things that you may just look past and move on. Some would joke that the Vita has such little support in terms of games that Farming Simulator may be a big get, and weirdly enough, it is, surprisingly. I don’t have a massive in-depth critique of that game simply because you probably know a lot about Farming Simulator and what it entails. Either way, the game kind of fits ...[Read More]

Tales of Hearts R slated for Western Vita release

Following massive fan feedback, Tales of Hearts R will be hitting North American, European, and Australian Vita’s this Winter although no official release has been mentioned for a European release yet.

Review: Dead Nation (PlayStation Vita)

Dead Nation launched on PlayStation 3 in 2014 and eventually made its way to PlayStation 4 earlier this year as an upgraded version of the game titled “Dead Nation Apocalypse Edition” that was mostly visual upgrades with some little extras. For a while now, a PlayStation Vita version has been talked about and now suddenly its available and the results are rather good, even if its possibly the weak...[Read More]

Review: Toukiden: The Age of Demons

It’s hard to talk about this game without mentioning the obvious comparison so I will get it out of the way: Toukiden: The Age of Demons is a quite a bit like Capcom’s Monster Hunter series. The question though shouldn’t be whether it’s any good when its stacked against Monster Hunter but rather if the game itself differentiates itself enough from its competitor to stand up on its own? Thankfully,...[Read More]

Review: TxK

Returning to a classic and trying to bring it up to today’s standards is a monumental task. It can sometimes be indecipherable what aspects made it so great and what is just not good enough today. That’s the task Jeff Minter had to face when making TxK. As the creator of one of the biggest arcade titles of all time, Tempest, Minter has decided to return to the game and make it relevant for today. ...[Read More]

Review: OlliOlli

The PlayStation Vita can be seen as a home to a lot of ports. While not nessecerilly a bad thing, it’s always good when a platform has a selection of unique titles. OlliOlli is one of those new titles only available on PlayStation Vita but it’s not essentially a brand new title in terms of what it may play like. While the Tony Hawk series has seen itself come and go, OlliOlli captures the best and...[Read More]

PlayStation Plus for February revealed, Bioshock and Metro headline

That’s not the original Bioshock or Metro but rather the latest ones in the series. Sony have revealed what games will be coming to PlayStation Plus on their three platforms in February. On PlayStation 3, Metro: Last Light and Bioshock Infinite, two of the best shooters of 2013 will be available to download. On PlayStation 4, players can download the brand new Outlast while on PlayStation Vi...[Read More]

Borderlands 2 on PS Vita gets release date

Last year, it was announced that Borderlands 2 would be coming to the PlayStation Vita in 2014. From then, very little was said to the point that we still have yet to see the game running on the system. Still, the news was announced on 2K’s Twitter page stating that the game will be coming to the system on March 18th. No other details was given regarding price or even how the game runs but I...[Read More]

Toukiden: The Age of Demons release date announced

TECMO KOEI have announced the release date for their upcoming PlayStation Vita title Toukiden: The Age of Demons. The game has already been a massive success in Japan with sales already exceeding 500,000 copies; a massive feat for an original IP on the PlayStation Vita. Set against a backdrop inspired by various historical periods of Japan, Toukiden tells the tale of humanity’s last stand for surv...[Read More]

Sony announces game streaming service PlayStation Now

It has been a hot topic ever since Sony bough Gaikai that a game streaming service would be coming to PlayStation 4. Well today at the Sony CES keynote, that streaming service is coming to PlayStation 4, as well as PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and even TVs, tablets, and smartphones. There will be a closed beta in the US this January will a full roll-out in the country in the summer. There has ...[Read More]

Review: Tearaway

Media Molecule are a unique bunch of developers. Everything they’ve touched and made has been oozing charm and creativity since their conception. With the massive success of the LittleBigPlanet games, as well as showing off their ideas for the PlayStation Move on PlayStation 4, what can they do on the PlayStation Vita? Can the team create some more magic with Tearaway and have their ideas run thin...[Read More]

Review: Dragon’s Crown

Dragon’s Crown is a marriage of two different and beloved genres: its one part old-school beat em’ up and one part in-depth RPG. Couple that with unparrelled art design and what you’ve got is one of the most captivating and beautiful games available on any handheld. Dragon’s Crown sees you looking for said crown that is believed to allow the processor power over the ancient dragons. After a recent...[Read More]

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