Vita Archive

  • Indie Quickie: 10 Second Ninja X

    What is it and who made it? Made by Four Circle Interactive and published by Curve Digital, this is the sequel to 2014’s 10 Second Ninja. It has an ‘X’ in the title because it’s more EXTREME! (Or maybe X-rated, because the game’s sure to […]

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  • Review: Aliens vs. Pinball

    Stop your grinnin’ and drop your linen. Aliens vs. Pinball is here, and it comes packin’ an awesome set of new tables full of Alien franchise fan service. Sorry, Private Hudson, this is totally happening, man. The Aliens vs. Pinball bundle consists of three tables […]

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  • Review: Severed

    Wait a minute. There’s a brand new, all original, and exclusive game out for the PlayStation Vita today? What year is this? 2012? Nope, it’s still 2016. I guess miracles do happen! The latest gem from the makers of Guacamelee and the Tales From Space […]

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  • Indie Quickie: SwapQuest

    What is it and who made it? A tile-swapping pixel art RPG puzzler by Rebusmind. What platforms is it on and how much does it cost? Although previously released on Android and iOS devices, SwapQuest is brand new this week for PlayStation Vita. Pick it […]

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  • Review: Ninja Senki DX

    Originally a freeware game dating back to 2010 (you can still download it here), Ninja Senki is back in a freshly minted release for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita, now with a ‘DX’ in the title. Turns out that ‘DX’ makes a world of […]

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  • Review: Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens

    I could live without the Star Wars Rebels table, but by and large I would say that Zen Studios has lived up to the immense task of faithfully condensing the characters, events, and themes of the Star Wars universe into its catalog of Zen Pinball […]

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  • Review: Balls of Glory Pinball

    It seems today, that all you see is violence and sex in video games. But where are those good old-fashioned values, on which we used to rely? Lucky there’s a Zen Studios. Lucky there’s a dev team that positively can do unique and interesting licensed pinball […]

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  • Review: Persona 4: Dancing All Night

    For most gamers, the news that the next iteration of one of your favorite franchises is going to be a rhythm dancing game is likely to be met with an expression that looks an awful lot like a.) the most famous painting by Norwegian painter […]

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  • LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Won’t Assemble Until January 2016 (Will a Silver Centurion Iron Man Pre-Order Minifig Cheer You Up?)

    So, I have bad news and good news. Bad news first: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, originally planned for a late 2015 release, has been delayed to an official launch date of January 26, 2016. That’s too bad, but in the end it’ll probably be for the […]

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  • Odin Sphere HD Remake Coming to America Next Year

    Vanillaware’s Odin Sphere, one of the true all-time PlayStation 2 sleeper classics (at least in my humble opinion), is receiving the HD remaster treatment in the newly announced Odin Sphere Leifthrasir for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. Pronounced “LAYV-thra-sheer” and authentically written as […]

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