SteamWorld Dig 2 takes everything that was great about the first game and builds upon it, with neat gadgets, fresh level design, and a great new hero.
Browsing: PlayStation Vita
The dungeon crawling in Mary Skelter: Nightmares is captivating, but it’s the otherworldly “living jail” setting that really sets this game apart.
Otomate’s skill of weaving clever narratives through cute romance stories shines again, with an insightful and timely look at gun control
Nurse Love Addiction is one of the first yuri visual novels to see a Western release on Vita, but it makes a strong case for this niche genre.
Many will come to Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds for the beautiful boys, but what struck me most about the game is its attention to detail and historical accuracy.
A Rose in the Twilight is a dark fairy tale puzzle platformer that’s beautiful, violent, bleak, and uplifting, all at the same time.
Despite the limitations of the visual novel form, Root Letter delivers one of the most compelling experiences of digital tourism ever seen in a game.
It may not look it, but Yomawari: Night Alone is a terrifying, unsettling game, and its super-cute presentation is a big part of why that is.
Grand Kingdom is a game that turns the tactical RPG genre on its head—to great effect—through a clever battle system and brilliant multiplayer integration.