Category: PS Vita Reviews
A dungeon crawler for the FPS generation, a bit blocky but still good fun.
NeverEnd, ironically enough, is a never-ending story of pain and anguish, but at least it doesn't feature Limahl.
Chaos;Child details the mysterious occurrence and after effects of a devastating earthquake in Shibuya.
The Downward Spiral.
If you're a fan of turn-based RPGs, Blue Reflection is pretty standard fare--chock full of anime stereotypes and loaded with just enough fan service to keep you titillated.
The Bard's Tale: Remastered and Resnarkled is the best PlayStation 2 port to date, and a shining example for others to follow, despite of its minor flaws.
Beneath a very bouncy exterior is a complex action RPG with good fight mechanics, strong voice acting & some rough technical problems that prevent a top score.
Zero Time Dilemma is a title so far removed from the western reality, that it is difficult to recommend even to the fans of the culture.
This mythical tale of mysticism and adventure is tripped up by the one thing players can't control: load times.