Category: Vita Reviews

Velocity 2X Review 7

Velocity 2X Review

If your PlayStation Vita has been gathering dust lately, I feel your pain. And while Velocity 2X is also available on the PlayStation 4 (and it’s every bit as fantastic on that platform), I...

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review 6

Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review

Full disclosure time: I have only seen the very first episode of Sword Art Online. It certainly looked great but somehow I got busy and never managed to watch the rest of the series....

Metrico Review 1

Metrico Review

An innovative concept will only get you so far. Without the proper execution and requisite technical polish, a game will always feel rough and frustrating. Metrico is a perfect example of an excellent theory...

Demon Gaze Review 6

Demon Gaze Review

Wake up amnesiac, you are the new Demon Gazer. Time to get to work. A new friend springs you from your jail cell and guides you to safety. As the former Demon Gazer (someone...

Thomas Was Alone Review 2

Thomas Was Alone Review

As part of PSXE's continued focus on "games we shouldn't have missed," here's a review of a particularly good indie title. 🙂 So many video games have become ultra-realistic. We can see the individual...

OlliOlli Review 5

OlliOlli Review

When playing OlliOlli for the PlayStation Vita, I was struck by the obvious contrast: I tried skateboarding once and I hated it. Hence, I never bothered with the acclaimed and ridiculously popular Tony Hawk...

Terraria Review 9

Terraria Review

Some games just don’t work in a portable format. Others, like Terraria , absolutely shine. The critically revered title released several years ago on PC, and I was a little concerned that it wouldn’t...

Rainbow Moon Review 2

Rainbow Moon Review

Rainbow Moon was a godsend for those who missed the good ol’ days of strategy/RPGs. Most critics didn’t like the excessive grinding involved, and the balancing was admittedly a little off (only three characters...

Ys: Memories of Celceta Review 9

Ys: Memories of Celceta Review

Unless you’re a long-time JRPG fan, you don’t recognize this strangely named series. But those in-the-know followers are aware that Ys dates back to 1987 and is developer Falcom’s claim to fame. Those fans...

Tearaway Review 16

Tearaway Review

Leave it up to Media Molecule to deliver quite possibly the best PlayStation Vita game to date. It ranks right up there with the likes of Uncharted: Golden Abyss , Rayman Origins and Gravity...