A good thing then that Persona 4 Arena is also huge fun to play because of its “simple to understand – hard to master” mentality.
If PlayStation Minis was considered a hindrance to Velocity, there are no such qualms with Velocity Ultra on PlayStation Vita.
With characters that no-one has felt connected to since they woke up in a zombie filled hotel in 2011, it’s extremely hard to become emotionally involved in any part of their journey.
Fire Emblem: Awakening is one epic game that even the great historic conquerors would be proud of.
Your time on this cat infested island falls just a tiny bit short of purrfect.
If you needed to sum up The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct in but one word, it would be “rushed”
In a way, it’s like just about every two star film coming out of the Hollywood machine these days – catering to those who just want to blow stuff up.
By no means is it a complete train wreck as there are glimmers of a good game present, but to call this a spiritual successor to this classic franchise is flat-out wrong.
This wonderfully brilliant indie gem was one of the most refreshing titles of last year and it’s release on the PlayStation platforms (especially the Vita) is a match made in heaven.
DrinkBox have really come up with something special with Guacamelee!
One thing’s for sure, BioShock Infinite is a title few could aspire to be. It is intelligent and astoundingly comprehensive, with a world that is essentially unparalleled with a well thought out history and fantastic storyline.
God of War: Ascension is undoubtedly a fantastically well developed game that has the hallmarks of everything it needs to be successful. Yet, something feels missing; maybe, like Kratos, it’s just lacking a bit of soul.