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Flame Over Now Available on Vita!

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After several years of hard work, Laughing Jackal has finally released Flame Over, their pyroguelike action game on the PlayStation Vita. We’re working on a review that will go live next week, but for now you can check the launch trailer for the game below:

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[Review Revisited] Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death

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Welcome to our second Review Revisited! For this one, I wanted to go away from the AAA release we showcased last time, focusing instead on a smaller but still rich release – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death.

You can read the original review here – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death

I can remember reading a lot of these “Choose your own adventure” books when I was just a kid, taking notes with pen and pencil about the routes I’d taken on each journey, calculating damage received or dealt, creating a storage section for the items I’d managed to secure each time I played… because these books where games where every choice you make could either lead you to riches or lead you to meet your maker. All of that was present in this digital port, so I hope that you give this game a chance.

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[Giveaway] OMG HD Zombies

Ajescent reviewed OMG HD Zombies, a game with highly unpredictable, yet enjoyable gameplay. It is based on a previous minis release that has been upgraded for Vita with extra content, new gameplay mechanics and trophies! Laughing Jackal has provided us with FIVE codes so that you can enjoy this game for FREE… so get to it!

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[PS Vita Review] OMG HD Zombies

OMG HD Zombies is a part of the drive to “re-VITA-lise” (see what they did there?) old PSP minis releases for the new(ish) Vita generation. Previous games in this drive have included Coconut dodge, Floating Cloud God and Rotating Octopus. The latest game to join this elite group of HD remakes is OMG-Z (originally released in 2011), and OMG HD Zombies tries to improve on an already unique experience by adding a plethora of content but… can it succeed?

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