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Flame Over, I Love You

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Dear Flame Over, I’m writing to let you know that you drive me nuts, crazy, insane, freaking mental, and other similar expressions. You’re so cute, cartoony, and unassuming, but I know the real you. Beneath that goofy exterior is a monstrously difficult roguelike. It just so happens to be about fighting fires in an office […]

PlayStation Vita, I Love You

Rob Rich
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Dear PlayStation Vita, We’ve had a bit of a wild history, haven’t we? I spent a lot of time hanging out with your older sibling, the PSP, but despite all the fun we would have things always felt a bit limited. After a while it just became my Monster Hunter machine. This was also around […]

Helldivers, I Love You

Rob Rich
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Dear Helldivers, I knew I was going to have fun with you right form the beginning. The first screen of the intro pretty much cemented it. In other words, you had me at “Super-Earth.” But it’s more than just having fun, really. I think we’ve got something special here. I mean you are made by […]

CounterSpy Review – Cold War Shadow Complex

Rob Rich
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Two superpowers are at odds with each other. Both are in a race to construct nuclear armaments, and each wants to be the first to fire them at the Moon. The resulting destruction would, naturally, cause the Moon to fall out of orbit and smash into the Earth – wiping out all life in the […]

Monster Monpiece Review – CCG Meets T&A

Rob Rich
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Monster Monpiece is this bizarre hybrid of lane-based strategic combat and card collecting. It actually works amazingly well and can be quite a bit of fun – as well as a decent challenge. The problem is that it’s a little too heavy-handed (okay, it’s actually really heavy-handed) with the, ah, girly bits. The world is […]

Soul Sacrifice Delta Review: Bleak-sauce

Rob Rich
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Soul Sacrifice was meant to be the Vita’s heaviest hitter back in 2013. Whether or not it actually was depends on your outlook, but it sold quite well in Japan so it definitely did something right. My guess is it tapped into the Monster Hunter demographic, which has really been hurting for an updated release […]

Deception IV: Blood Ties Review – Imma Let You Finish…

Rob Rich
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The original Tecmo’s Deception was one of my favorite PlayStation games, and I still hold out hope that it will one day be made available for the Vita through the PlayStation Classics collection on PSN. Oddly enough, despite my love of the original I haven’t ever really bothered with any of the sequels. Until now, […]

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Dances Onto PlayStation Vita

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f, the rhythm game featuring music from vocaloid Hatsune Miku has arrived on the Vita. The game arrived on the PS3 for North American fans in August, but the Vita version never made its way over even though it’s been out in Japan for a couple of years. Luckily, though, SEGA […]