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Yomawari: Night Alone from NIS America is a survival horror game with a very interesting art style in the same vein as HtoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary – a game that we really liked. After the main character goes out for a walk with her dog Poro, she comes back home without her beloved dog. Her sister tells her to stay at home and that she will go out to search for the dog in the middle of the night. Unfortunately, her daughter does not return. The girl, in a serious lack of good judgment, goes out back into the night to search for her dog and her sister… but something is wrong. The city does not look the same, and the darkness seems to be consuming everything around her. Intrigued? Then come read our Yomawari: Night Alone review to see why this is a must-have Vita game!
Did you ever play Rainbow Moon? Did you sink as many hours into it like I did? Lost Sea is a new game by the very same developers, and it’s just as great as Rainbow Moon, but certainly shorter – there is a speedrun trophy for completing it in under two hours! So while it might not be as massive as Rainbow Moon, it is just as addictive. How good is the game and how it look on PS4? Come read our Lost Sea review to find out!
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky from Aksys Games, tri-Ace, and Spike Chunsoft is a new PlayStation 4 and Vita RPG that will remind you of Valkyrie Profile, a beloved series that tri-Ace also worked on. Are you ready to dive into an expansive world that will require over 50+ hours of your time to explore? Then come read our Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky review!
140 is a fun and clever old school musical puzzle platformer. It’s a test of your listening and patience abilities. The gist of 140 is that the platforming elements are linked to the beat of the music. The same goes for puzzles and all the hazards you encounter during the gameplay. Read our 140 review below for more information about this game!
Solbrain: Knight of Darkness is an open world hack and slash game. Your sole purpose is to hack and slash your way through several waves of enemies. There is no story, which in itself is highly unusual for an open world game. You are literally dropped in a random map with no explanation, no narrative, and no objectives. Even the enemies are just an onslaught of copy/paste hordes from the previous hordes you’ve defeated. Enemies have no life and no personalities. Zombies have more personality than the enemies in this game! If by now you haven’t realized this is a game to avoid, come read our Solbrain: Knight of Darkness review to learn more!