PS Vita Reviews
Demetrios: The BIG Cynical Adventure is a point & click adventure game that originally started as a Kickstarter last November and successfully funded past its 2,500 euros base goal. Even though the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita were initially stretch goals, that were unfortunately not reached, COWCAT decided to release the game on the PS Vita. Is the game one you have to play on Sony’s portable? Read our Demetrios: The BIG Cynical Adventure review to find out!
Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs is a new take on Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, a game that was released last year for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. This 2016 revamped release is once again available on PS3 and Vita, but it has also been released on PlayStation 4. Are the changes to expand the story, including the new Daybreak scenario, and the revamped battle system what this game needed to become a must-play? Come read our Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs review to find out!
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky from publisher Aksys Games is a new PlayStation 4 and Vita RPG which took heavy inspiration from Valkyrie Profile (a game created by tri-Ace). It features a surprisingly expansive world, great battle mechanics and a long campaign. Interested so far? Come read our Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky review to read more about this title!
Are you a fan of the Neptunia series? We’ve reviewed every game and spin-off from the series at PS3blog.net and PS4blog.net, so when Idea Factory International got in touch with us to talk about Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls you can bet we were ready to take the game for a spin. Want to learn if this is a game you should buy or avoid? Come read our Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls review to find out!
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II is a Japanese RPG, and the follow up to Trails of Cold Steel, which released last year, and which I LOVED. This second game follows the events of the first game, and boy is it good! Come read everything about it in this Trails of Cold Steel II review.
Attack on Titan was a smash with the anime community a few years ago and for a good reason: this anime was awesome! Attack on Titan the game follows the story of the crew you’ve seen in the manga and the anime, retelling the story in its own way. How did this anime translate to a game and was it good? Read it below in our Attack on Titan review!
Spoiler alert: It’s way better than we imagined and we had a blast playing it!