A few bold changes make this a LEGO game for fans of all ages. Read on to see why.
With the release of the Metal Gear Solid series on the Playstation a decade ago, the world saw a new take on gaming. Stealth was key. Instead of attacking your enemies head on, you were tasked with trying to figure… Read More »
Vagary.tv reviews the PS3 and Vita chess game, Pure Chess.
I have to say, that I don’t normally get into Strategy RPGs, mostly because I don’t like the Grid-based combat. Final Fantasy Tactics and all of its incarnates have been exception to the rule for me, as the story far outweighed my general distaste for the gameplay. After all of this time, though, I have finally found another series of this type that I cannot wait to devour fully.
Racing is a delicate balance of speed and control. Knowing how and when to shift that balance from one to the other is the key to victory or failure. This is true whether you are driving karts, supercars or even… Read More »
Imagine you have the power to create planets from rolling up countless items into a ball – everything from the smallest gold coin to a Hippopotamus just lazing around at the local zoo, you’d have a lot ahead of you… Read More »
World Invitational is not a game a to overlook because “you don’t like golf”, and anyone who owns a Vita owes it to themselves to give it a go.
One can say a lot of things about how Sony has conducted business over the last year or so, but they should at least be given credit for persistence. LittleBigPlanet kicked off Sony’s “Play, Create, Share” initiative to relatively solid… Read More »
It’s a shame Zipper went out of business (outside of the obvious reasons) because Unit 13 could have been a great platform to build upon.