Laser Disco Defenders from developer Out of Bound Games and publisher Excalibur Games is a charming and fast-paced procedurally generated twin-stick bullet hell shooter with a groovy 70’s soundtrack. Did that grab your attention? Read our Laser Disco Defenders review to learn more about this fun release!
The Bethesda-verse has arrived in Pinball form! Set out to the Wasteland, to Skyrim, or to the depths of hell in these new tables based on some of the hottest franchises in gaming. Come check out our Zen Pinball 2: Bethesda Pinball review!
Here we are for our second post celebrating the best games of the year ! If you missed Monday’s post for our best PlayStation 4 games of 2016, you can review it by clicking right here.
Today we’re bringing the spotlight over the the best PlayStation Vita games we played this year. Please keep in mind that we didn’t play all of this year’s releases.
And once you’re done reading today’s article, we want to hear from you: which were your best games played this year? It doesn’t matter what console you played them on, we want to hear from you!
There have been plenty of fun indie games released for the PlayStation Vita during 2016, and I hope this trend will continue well into 2017. Stranded: A Mars Adventure from Tama Games is a very fun platformer on Sony’s portable console with enough content to keep you busy for several hours. Come read our Stranded: A Mars Adventure review to learn more about the game!
10tons is an indie studio that over the years has given us some fun console and portable games on PlayStation systems. Their latest release is a twin stick shooter called Neon Chrome. This one is an isometric cyberpunk roguelike shooter, and I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it! It’s highly addictive, fast-paced and very entertaining. Want to learn why? Then come read our Neon Chrome review!
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!