Archive for category PlayStation Vita Software
Brandish: The Dark Revenant is a remake of Brandish, a game that was released on the SNES back in 1995. This remake was made by XSEED and Nihon Falcom and features full 3D graphics, and a few new floors to discover. Surprisingly, this title was released to the PSP so it might be one of the last releases we’ll ever see on that console and has full compatibility with the PS Vita.
Vittoria: A medieval kingdom banished deep underground a thousand years ago, brought down by the hubris of its ruler upon the slaying of a god. Lost and forgotten, a new kingdom was built upon the empty hills that mark its grave — but its ruins are still populated by the vengeful, twisted spirits of its once-proud people, and whosoever falls into these depths is most certainly doomed to suffer a torturous demise at their hands.
Bounty hunter Ares, however, is not quite so willing to accept this fate. In this reimagining of a golden era classic, Ares must work his way up to freedom through over 40 floors of unimaginable danger while his archrival, Dela — a powerful sorceress who fell into the ruins with him — is hot on his tail.
Solve brain-busting puzzles, battle unique enemies and forge ever onward in this contemporary dungeon-crawling action RPG from the makers of Ys and The Legend of Heroes!
Late last year, an Adventure Time game titled The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom was released, and to my surprise (following the very average Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know), it was actually a very good game!
Little Orbit, developers for said game, got in touch with us to let us know that they’re already hard at work designing the next game in the Adventure Time series, and they want your help to design a character that will appear in their upcoming title thanks to a lovely contest.
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 is an enhanced remake of the Playstation 3 game Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 that released back in 2012, and its a direct follow-up to Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 which we reviewed last summer. The Hyperdimension Neptunia games take place in the world of Gamindustri, which parodies our own video game industry, and the main characters are the sisters of the CPUs of Re;Birth 1. While this game is meant as a sequel, it can totally be played as a standalone title because the story doesn’t rely too much on the previous game, and the first hour recaps the events of Re;Birth 1.
Welcome everyone! With all the great games being released every day for Sony’s PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 we figured it would be great to do a weekly recap post where we give you the links to everything we posted during the previous week so that you can be sure you don’t miss anything.
Go ahead and click after the break to check all posts from last week!