A triumphant Vita debut for its developers that has come out of nowhere to rank itself among some of the system’s best, and easily within my top ten.
There is far more meat on The Curious Expedition’s digital bones than it has a right to have at this early alpha stage
Odd Bot Out is an experience to be savoured, like a fine wine. You wouldn’t want to down it all in one go because such a fine creation doesn’t come along very often.
Nihilumbra tries to explore the nature of existence and being, and its tale is spun by some disembodied voice that narrates your entire experience.
Supreme League of Patriots main draw isn’t its bog-standard gameplay, rather it’s the discourse between Kyle, Mel and the other goofballs you’ll meet between the game’s opening and closing scenes.
As a mobile game Mind The Blox II pushes all the right virtual buttons. It’s fun to play, easy to learn and difficult to put down. There is no reason why it shouldn’t be installed on your phone.
As a one-on-one sword fighting game Kiai Resonance bears a slight resemblance to Nidhogg; your warrior has a set amount stances to choose from and a few different ways to strike or block the opponent, but the similarities end there.
As Captain Vasil Ravencraft your out on a journey to discover the treasures that dwell deep within the fabled catacombs, but your quest will not be easy, as is always the way with these things. Evil creatures and demons haunt the catacomb’s various lairs, which each have their own theme, and will make your life difficult. Ruthlessly difficult.
Sony might have ditched support for the Playstation Vita shortly after launch, but that doesn’t mean game over for the system, not by a long shot. The handheld has found huge support from the…
There’s something gratifying about how Satellina weaves its basic core elements together.