PS VITA Reviews
Much like its big brother counterpart, MLB 13 The Show has numerous issues that impair it from being more than the sum of its parts and ultimately something of a letdown.
Don gets his smarts on in this review of Smart As.. on the Playstation Vita.
After a week of banging my head against Zen Pinball 2’s Marvel Civil War DLC, my love for pinball has… Read More »
As cool and edgy as it may seem to make a pattern-match dismissal of Playstation All Stars as a mere… Read More »
Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation offers a fun eight hour campaign set in the world of Assassin’s Creed. It is still fun to explore new areas, climbing to the highest viewpoints in the area. It is still fun stabbing people in the neck and putting them down quietly. In short it is still fun to play Assassin’s Creed and while it fails to impress on many levels, if you want to play on the Vita, you can.
In 2008, Atlus released Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 for the Playstation 2 to much critical acclaim. Four years later,… Read More »
Don sped through the console version of Need for Speed Most Wanted, and now drifts through the Vita version for review.
The Playstation Vita is ripe for a nice stereo headset. That’s not to discredit the built-in speakers or microphone because… Read More »
While Resident Evil 6 is just a bit more of a deviation towards action-horror than Resident Evil 5 was, Silent Hill: Book of Memories for the Playstation Vita is by far the most drastic the series has seen to date.