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The Uncharted series is one of the most successful and popular franchises of the PlayStation family. It doesn’t even need an introduction. Because of this, it is no surprise that Uncharted: Golden Abyss got a release for the PS Vita! We’re revisiting our review today to let you all know what you’ve been missing out if you haven’t tried this game. I played it two years ago, and liked it a lot!
Root Letter is a visual novel game available on both the Vita and the PlayStation 4. In this game from PQUBE and Kadokawa Games, you are following Takayuki on his way to find back his pen pal. Interested so far? Then read our Root Letter review to learn more about this title. And fear since this review is spoiler-free!
Grandia III is a PS2 RPG from the year 2006. It was available right between other huge releases like Final Fantasy XII, Rogue Galaxy and Kingdom Hearts II. This game fell hugely under the radar because not many people knew the franchise.
Yomawari: Night Alone is a creepy game from NIS America. You follow a little girl and her dog Poro. Late one night, Poro goes missing and when the little girl returns home her sister. Worried that Poro is gone, she ventures out into the night to try and find him. After the sister is gone for a while, the little girl decides to go out looking for her. Read our out Yomawari: Night Alone Review to see what will happen during their bizarre night!
Puppeteer is a great platformer on PlayStation 3. I purchased it at a flash sale and after playing it for a few hours, I was amazed at its polish and fun gameplay. After that, I definitively recommend that you purchase this gem today!
The Quiet Collection is a cute package of 4 different 8-bit-esque games featuring a teenage girl and her family. Basically, the nameless teenager only wants some peace, so your campaign through the different episodes will be to appease every member of the family by giving them required items in order to be able to relax! Each game features a different period of the year (Christmas, summer vacations, Halloween) and the tone of those games is very light-hearted and each game gets cuter as you progress!
Tales of Graces f is the enhanced remake of Tales of Graces, a former Wii (and Japan) exclusive game. I wrote this review back in 2012, and I recall loving each minute I played until I unlocked its Platinum trophy. It was, hands down, one of the best RPGs I played on my Playstation 3 back then, and I’m still fond of it today!
Jotun is a game about redemption. Thora (our main protagonist) died in an inglorious way. She must prove her worth to enter Valhalla, her heaven. This game was originally funded in the summer of 2014 with a Kickstarter campaign. After a lot of hard work, the game has now made it to the PlayStation 4, giving us the definitive version of this very gorgeous and fun release. What did we think of this new PS4 game? Read our Jotun: Valhalla Edition review to find out!