Spooky Squid Games | PS4Blog.net
We gave it a 8.5 out of 10, and quoted it a “Fun arcade-style canine game on PS Vita“!
Here’s an excerpt of our review:
Russian Subway Dogs is a very fun arcade-style game that is easy to learn but hard to master. Since all the action takes place on a single screen, you can easily keep an eye on all opponents, food, and items, so that you can plan accordingly. There’s a lot of trial and error for this one since you’ll be learning from your mistakes as you try to find the best way to complete the missions for each level as you aim for an S rank in all of them – something you’ll probably have to separate into multiple tries for each stage. Russian Subway Dogs is one of the last games for the PlayStation Vita, and it’s a very entertaining one you should definitely check out. Russian Subway Dogs is out on PS Vita with a $14.99 asking price.
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We’ll be working on a review for Russian Subway Dogs, so I got in touch with Miguel Sternberg to talk a bit about the game. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us at PS4Blog.net. Could you please help us get started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
Heya! I’m Miguel Sternberg, a game designer, pixel artist, and, more recently, a programmer. I run Spooky Squid Games out of Toronto, Canada. We’re probably best known for our platforming slash’em up, They Bleed Pixels. Russian Subway Dogs is our latest game, and I’ve been slowly porting it to various consoles, with the PS Vita being the first to release.
All our games are made with super small teams. In the case of Russian Subway Dogs, the core team was me, Alina Sechkin as co-pixel artist, and musician Peter Chapman, who created the fantastic soundtrack for the game.