PS Vita Reviews


A Rose in the Twilight Review

First off, I want to start off this review by saying: thank you. The very fact that you’re interested in a new and exclusive Vita game in A Rose in the Twilig...

Blue-Collar Astronaut Review

The one word I kept coming back to each time I willingly chose to return to the experience Blue-Collar Astronaut provided me was “Why?”. More specifically: “...

Zero Escape: The Nonary Games Review

Trapped in a foreign place with eight other strangers, a mysterious numbered bracelet on your wrist and only a vague recollection of how you got there, you’re tasked with solving puzzles and making uneasy alliances to escape.

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

To an outsider, the name Touhou may not mean much to you. For those entrenched within the niche Japanese doujin communities that Genso Wanderer exists within however, it can mean the world.

Dying: Reborn Review

Dying: Reborn is hobbled by an incoherent narrative, awful voice acting and an antagonist who's as threatening as a slightly out-of-date tuna sandwich.

iO Review

Though far from revolutionary, iO is a simple, yet intuitive puzzler that is sure to dig its hooks into fans of the genre looking for a unique challenge.

Uncanny Valley Review

Armed with your trusty flashlight, a couple of seven minute shifts, and plenty of pixelated macabre imagery, Uncanny Valley never fails to scare or surprise.

Spheroids Review

The horizon actually looks very hopeful for indie releases in 2017, but Spheroids from Eclipse Games just doesn't cut the grade.

Steins;Gate 0 Review

Steins;Gate 0 is the highly anticipated follow-up to the critically acclaimed visual novel developed by 5pb. and Nitroplus, Steins;Gate, originally released in ...

Krinkle Krusher Review

The tower defence genre is primarily known for its entries on mobile platforms, though a few trickle into the console market every now and then. Krinkle Krusher...

Exile’s End Review

Despite Nintendo’s reluctance to make a true Metroid sequel, indie developers have taken to making their own. It’s definitely not a genre waning in popularity, ...

Darkest Dungeon Review

Darkest Dungeon is one of the games of the year. A densely gripping tour de force that provides endless hours of gameplay despite the seemingly limited scope pr...

Root Letter Review

Imagine you’re a youngish gentleman - in his early thirties to be more precise - reflecting back on a pen pal he had some 15 years ago. Aya Fumino was her name,...

Castle Invasion: Throne Out Review

Catch a glance over my shoulder whilst I’m playing Castle Invasion: Throne Out, and you’d be forgiven for mistaking it as little more than a flash game of old. ...

World of Final Fantasy Review

Final Fantasy XV is now only a matter of weeks away, but if I'm being entirely honest, that isn't the Final Fantasy release I was looking forward to most this y...