PS Plus will no longer offer free titles on PS3 or PS Vita from March 2019 onwards, it was announced last month. I can see why Sony might be keen to phase out their previous home console after PS4's heavyweight success, but why throw their Vita baby out with the bathwater?
It's a common misconception that the PS Vita games list has been left to rot. Yes, Sony seems to have kicked their handheld under the rug since the PS4 climbed onto its pedestal, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to get your thumbs into on the console.
Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers represents a tactical departure for a series that's no stranger to dabbling in other genres. The turn based strategy experience from Omega Force was announced with strong potential behind it. Omega have proved their worth in earlier tactical RPGs Kessen and Romance of the Three Kingdoms and yet have somehow forgotten this worth with Godseekers. The standard tactical turn... Continue Reading →
It's been a long wait, but we finally know what we are getting our twitchy little thumbs on this month. PS4: Little Big Planet 3 Not A Hero - a nostalgic 2D platform shooter in which you are tasked with destroying all criminals in an effort to help a pink bunny overlord win elections... PS3: Starwhal -... Continue Reading →
Riding off the niche but dedicated fan base of its original, Gravy Rush 2 is back with all the gravity flipping action we could hope for. Kat's been cast out from her homeland, and has to battle her way through social injustices and an exposition of her own mysterious past in this exploration-heavy cel shaded beauty. In... Continue Reading →
Valkyria Revolution When: 19th January 2017 Who: Media.Vision What: Action RPG Why: The sick pleasure of perma-death - but only safe in the knowledge you can keep playing after A Rose In The Twilight When: 11th April 2017 Who: Nippon Ichi Software What: Puzzle Platformer Why: Take control of colour and time by absorbing blood and... Continue Reading →
The new year brings a new month of free games for PS Plus users. As always, you have until the first Wednesday of the month to download last month's titles (hint: you'll want to snag a copy of Stories: The Path of Destinies while you can), and your new batch will be ready and waiting on the... Continue Reading →
The PS Vita often sits on a lonely shelf by itself in today's console gaming market. The handheld system that featured the likes of Uncharted, Minecraft, Call of Duty, and Borderlands in its early days has been the designated JRPG machine ever since. Fans have become disillusioned with the potential of the device as more first and third party developers are dropping Vita support... Continue Reading →