Like a band playing cover songs, Stealth Inc. 2 feels both familiar and new at the same time.
Scaring people in Poltergeist is nowhere near as fun as scaring people in real life
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.
Instead of completing Flyhunter Origins through sheer enjoyment, I resolved, through both determination and spite, to see it through to the end.
The story of Dragon Fantasy: Book II follows directly on from Book I, taking place over three routes with Ogden and his crew aiming to save the world by gathering Voidstones. The story is standard fare for any RPG veteran, but it’s executed well enough that it’s still a joy to play through. The game also has a sense of humour, not taking itself too seriously and making some nice references to other games – but it’d be more fun for you to find them yourself.