PlayStation 4 Finally Bundled With PS Vita
In the United Kingdom, at least. MCVUK reported that Sony will indeed be bundling the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita together, while VideoGamer.com posted an image from MCV, proving that Sony has this lined up for this December. No word on pricing for the UK and absolutely no word on this bundle coming to the US at the moment, but I’m sure we’ll see it soon.

PlayStation 4 Finally Bundled With PS Vita

In the United Kingdom, at least. MCVUK reported that Sony will indeed be bundling the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita together, while VideoGamer.com posted an image from MCV, proving that Sony has this lined up for this December. No word on pricing for the UK and absolutely no word on this bundle coming to the US at the moment, but I’m sure we’ll see it soon.

Brace Yourselves: A New PaRappa Game Is Coming. Maybe.
Some dude on NeoGAF who could either be an anonymous lonely forum nerd yearning for attention or an actual person close to the video game industry (possibly both?) felt the need to brag in a post about how he got drunk with some game industry friends in super hip San Francisco. Amidst the drunken shmoozery, a Sony PR guy allegedly “got pretty shit tanked” and “spilled the beans that a new Parappa the Rappa [sic] is being worked on with really slick HD illustrations and really cool animation that totally captures the spirit of the original. Apparently Queasy Games and the Media Molecule are teaming up for this, and it uses some of the tech from Tearaway.”
I think the main takeaway from all this is that most nerds suck at holding their liquor and shouldn’t be trusted with industry secrets and a new PaRappa game would be effing awesome.
And to any important video game PR companies who probably aren’t reading this, I’m the king of being drunk. I would never spill any of your beans, and it would be an honor to have you send me to San Francisco so that I may drink alcohol and talk about video games with other people who are also drinking alcohol. Thank you.
[Via All Games Beta]

Brace Yourselves: A New PaRappa Game Is Coming. Maybe.

Some dude on NeoGAF who could either be an anonymous lonely forum nerd yearning for attention or an actual person close to the video game industry (possibly both?) felt the need to brag in a post about how he got drunk with some game industry friends in super hip San Francisco. Amidst the drunken shmoozery, a Sony PR guy allegedly “got pretty shit tanked” and “spilled the beans that a new Parappa the Rappa [sic] is being worked on with really slick HD illustrations and really cool animation that totally captures the spirit of the original. Apparently Queasy Games and the Media Molecule are teaming up for this, and it uses some of the tech from Tearaway.”

I think the main takeaway from all this is that most nerds suck at holding their liquor and shouldn’t be trusted with industry secrets and a new PaRappa game would be effing awesome.

And to any important video game PR companies who probably aren’t reading this, I’m the king of being drunk. I would never spill any of your beans, and it would be an honor to have you send me to San Francisco so that I may drink alcohol and talk about video games with other people who are also drinking alcohol. Thank you.

[Via All Games Beta]

Buy a 3DS Right Now — They’re Cheap and You Need One
It’s November and it’s officially deal time for everyone and especially for Amazon. They’ve discounted some models of the 3DS XL and smaller/original 3DS recently, as well as the PS Vita.
The 3DS XL is currently on sale for $170 (marked down from $200), with three colors available, while the original 3DS is going for $140 (from $170) in two colors. The PS Vita is now on sale for $180, marked down from its $200 price point.
Super cheap. Stay tuned for early Black Friday deals from Amazon!

Buy a 3DS Right Now — They’re Cheap and You Need One

It’s November and it’s officially deal time for everyone and especially for Amazon. They’ve discounted some models of the 3DS XL and smaller/original 3DS recently, as well as the PS Vita.

The 3DS XL is currently on sale for $170 (marked down from $200), with three colors available, while the original 3DS is going for $140 (from $170) in two colors. The PS Vita is now on sale for $180, marked down from its $200 price point.

Super cheap. Stay tuned for early Black Friday deals from Amazon!

PS Plus Members: Hotline Miami is Now Free
Attention people with PS Plus: Hotline Miami is free for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita starting tomorrow. Don’t be an idiot! This is your opportunity to play one of the best games ever created, hands down. Vivid visuals, catchy tunes, and non-stop killing action — this game is too good to pass up.

PS Plus Members: Hotline Miami is Now Free

Attention people with PS Plus: Hotline Miami is free for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita starting tomorrow. Don’t be an idiot! This is your opportunity to play one of the best games ever created, hands down. Vivid visuals, catchy tunes, and non-stop killing action — this game is too good to pass up.

5 Reasons We’re Pumped For Sony’s Vita TV
Earlier this week Sony announced a home console version of the PS Vita dubbed the PS Vita TV releasing November 14 in Japan for just $100, or $150 for the system, a DualShock 3, and 8GB memory card. The announcement baffled some and enraged others, but here’s 5 reasons to be just plain pumped.
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1. IT’S A VITA FOR YOUR WHOLE LIVING ROOM
Well, duh, but come on, how awesome is Gravity Rush gonna’ look on a giant flat screen? Plus, there’s a whole demographic of gamers who refuse to purchase handhelds because they’d rather be immersed in the larger-than-life presentation that only a living room television set up can provide. No matter how fantastic a handheld game is, it could always be improved by a giant TV set and sick surround sound.

2. MAD PORTABLE
Kind of ironic considering the Vita TV is a home console version of a portable gaming device, but just think about it. Hook one of these bad boys up to your hotel room TV, and if the hotel has WiFi, you can use Netflix! Breaking Bad is way more enjoyable when you aren’t squinting at a laptop screen to watch it.

3. REMOTE PLAY
The Vita TV will feature both PS3 and PS4 remote play. Say your significant other is deep into an all-day-long Say Yes To The Dress marathon and doesn’t plan on giving up the TV any time soon. Just hook your Vita TV up to a nearby computer monitor or TV somewhere else in the house to instantly get your game on. Much easier than actually lugging a PS3 or PS4 room to room.

4. PS1 MULTIPLAYER SUPPORT
One great thing about the PSP and PS Vita has always been the amount of PS1 Classics available to download. Sadly, there’s no multiplayer support for those oldschool games on Sony’s handhelds. Luckily, the Vita TV supports up to two DualShock 3 or SIXAXIS controllers which means you and a friend can relive the good old days with titles like Twisted Metal 2, Crash Team Racing, Jet Moto, Street Fighter Alpha 3, and more. Perfect for someone who doesn’t already own a PS3, and if you do have a PS3, you can always keep one of these hooked up to another TV in the house like the bedroom. Always nice to wind down a long day with some classics from gaming’s glory days.

5. THE MORE THE MERRIER
This could be the entry level console that gets more people interested in playing video games. This is going to open up a buttload of great games to a whole new slew of people who either don’t own a console at all, or were intrigued by the Vita, but couldn’t see themselves investing in one for whatever reason. Depending on the success of Vita TV, it could potentially lead to more interest from developers, more support from publisher, and not just more games for the system, but better ones.

5 Reasons We’re Pumped For Sony’s Vita TV

Earlier this week Sony announced a home console version of the PS Vita dubbed the PS Vita TV releasing November 14 in Japan for just $100, or $150 for the system, a DualShock 3, and 8GB memory card. The announcement baffled some and enraged others, but here’s 5 reasons to be just plain pumped.

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Slimmer, Faster, Flatter, TVer, WTFer
OK, so the 2DS is a 3DS minus the 3D. And the PS Vita TV is a PS Vita that lets you only play some Vita games. And the new Vita is slightly lighter and thinner but otherwise looks nearly identical to the original. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. Are the Xbox One S and PS4 Slim going to be out in December?

Slimmer, Faster, Flatter, TVer, WTFer

OK, so the 2DS is a 3DS minus the 3D. And the PS Vita TV is a PS Vita that lets you only play some Vita games. And the new Vita is slightly lighter and thinner but otherwise looks nearly identical to the original. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. Are the Xbox One S and PS4 Slim going to be out in December?

Critics Consensus: Dragon’s Crown (PS3/Vita)
Dragon’s Crown is a 2D RPG/adventure/beat ‘em up game developed by Vanillaware that has been on everyone’s minds the last couple of months due to its controversial art style.  Big boobs don’t go over so well in video games. Boobs aside, Dragon’s Crown is a solid game, according to critics, who all agree it’s a fantastic and in-depth role-playing game that any gamer can enjoy.

"It’s clear that Vanillaware has a fervent love for the roots of the role-playing genre. Nods to old tabletop gaming abound, up to and including a dungeon master-like narrator who carries you through the story. Even so, Dragon’s Crown needn’t be a niche title; its accessible combat and rewarding upgrades are great fun for any action fan.” - Matt Miller, GameInformer
“Dragon’s Crown is quite literally a crowning achievement in the beat ‘em up genre. Utilizing some of the best design concepts of the past 20 years, Vanillaware succeeds in creating a captivating world that you just can’t help but experience over and over.” - Chris Carter, Destructoid
“As a side-scrolling brawler, Dragon’s Crown is deep and loaded with replay. As an example of 2D art in gaming, it’s unequalled. The characters, enemy monsters, bosses, level art, and everything else that goes into the look of the game is unmatched in detail and design.” - James (no last name given, so just James), HardcoreGamer
“With so many goals to pursue, Dragon’s Crown is much larger than most beat-‘em-ups, and more action-packed than most role-playing games. It’s both beautiful and captivating in its style and execution, and overall, it’s a great hybrid of two very different genres.” - Peter Brown, GameSpot
“Dragon’s Crown may start slow, but opens into a truly rewarding experience with each additional hour you put in. Despite some initial barriers to entry, it’s still one of Vanillaware’s most accessible games, catering to the hardcore while inviting in newcomers with its familiar gameplay and beautiful art.” - Lucas Sullivan, GamesRadar

Critics Consensus: Dragon’s Crown (PS3/Vita)

Dragon’s Crown is a 2D RPG/adventure/beat ‘em up game developed by Vanillaware that has been on everyone’s minds the last couple of months due to its controversial art style.  Big boobs don’t go over so well in video games. Boobs aside, Dragon’s Crown is a solid game, according to critics, who all agree it’s a fantastic and in-depth role-playing game that any gamer can enjoy.

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3DS XL And PS Vita Famicom Cases

Give your handhelds a retro makeover with these Vita and 3DS XL cases from Play-Asia.

Monday Morning Box Art
Monday mornings suck. Here’s some box art to make it better.
The previous MMBAs have been for older games, so I wanted to pick a newer one this week. Gravity Rush has some really nice art. The character and her cat are standing sideways on a building, indicating the gravity-changing gameplay. The only thing I don’t like is that the typography looks like it was done as Word Art in MS Word.

Monday Morning Box Art

Monday mornings suck. Here’s some box art to make it better.

The previous MMBAs have been for older games, so I wanted to pick a newer one this week. Gravity Rush has some really nice art. The character and her cat are standing sideways on a building, indicating the gravity-changing gameplay. The only thing I don’t like is that the typography looks like it was done as Word Art in MS Word.

PSN “Summer Blast,” Starts Tomorrow

PSN is doing a big sale for the next two weeks, offering up to 60% off select titles, while PS Plus members can get a whopping 80% off select titles. Here’s what they’re offering for the coming weeks, with pricing included for both PS Plus and non-Plus members:
July 2nd – 9th
Call Of Duty Black Ops II (PS3) – Regular Price: $59.99 Sale Price: $41.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $37.79The Amazing Spider-Man (PS3) – Regular Price: $49.99 Sale Price: $29.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $20.99Batman Arkham Asylum (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest (PS Vita/PSP) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $4.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $2.50Mortal Kombat (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00Mortal Kombat – (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00Prince of Persia Forgotten Sands (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: the Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $3.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $2.00Shadow of the Colossus (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00Ratchet & Clank Collection (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50
July 9th – 16th
Fast & Furious Showdown (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $31.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $23.99Star Trek (PS3) – Regular Price: $54.99 Sale Price: $43.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $32.99Men In Black: Alien Crisis (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $29.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $20.99The Simpsons Arcade Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $6.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.89X-Men (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $6.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.89Hitman Trilogy HD – (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $19.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $15.99Lord of the Rings: War in the North (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00Silent Hill: Book of Memories (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS3) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00The Adventures of TinTin: The Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $19.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $10.00Star Wars The Force Unleashed II (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00Just Cause 2 (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.99Prince of Persia Classics Trilogy (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $15.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $8.00Tron Evolution (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00Alice: Madness Returns (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00Fight Night Champion – Full Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $11.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $6.00

PSN “Summer Blast,” Starts Tomorrow

PSN is doing a big sale for the next two weeks, offering up to 60% off select titles, while PS Plus members can get a whopping 80% off select titles. Here’s what they’re offering for the coming weeks, with pricing included for both PS Plus and non-Plus members:

July 2nd – 9th

Call Of Duty Black Ops II (PS3) – Regular Price: $59.99 Sale Price: $41.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $37.79
The Amazing Spider-Man (PS3) – Regular Price: $49.99 Sale Price: $29.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $20.99
Batman Arkham Asylum (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest (PS Vita/PSP) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $4.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $2.50
Mortal Kombat (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
Mortal Kombat – (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
Prince of Persia Forgotten Sands (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: the Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $3.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $2.00
Shadow of the Colossus (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
Ratchet & Clank Collection (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50

July 9th – 16th

Fast & Furious Showdown (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $31.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $23.99
Star Trek (PS3) – Regular Price: $54.99 Sale Price: $43.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $32.99
Men In Black: Alien Crisis (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $29.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $20.99
The Simpsons Arcade Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $6.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.89
X-Men (PS3) – Regular Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $6.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.89
Hitman Trilogy HD – (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $19.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $15.99
Lord of the Rings: War in the North (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
Silent Hill: Book of Memories (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS3) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $14.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.50
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
The Adventures of TinTin: The Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $19.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $10.00
Star Wars The Force Unleashed II (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $5.00
Just Cause 2 (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $9.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $7.99
Prince of Persia Classics Trilogy (PS3) – Regular Price: $39.99 Sale Price: $15.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $8.00
Tron Evolution (PS Vita) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00
Alice: Madness Returns (PS3) – Regular Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $7.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $4.00
Fight Night Champion – Full Game (PS3) – Regular Price: $29.99 Sale Price: $11.99 PlayStation Plus Price: $6.00

Muramasa Rebirth Looks BALLIN’

Sadly, I never got to finish the original Muramasa: The Demon Blade for Wii. See… at the time I was a broke and unemployed blogger (and I still am!), so I pirated a copy for my hacked Wii. Jerk move, I know, but I was (and still am) broke.

I wound up having to update the firmware on my Wii to play Xenoblade Chronicles and the update essentially un-hacked my shit. Bummer

But the good news is Marvelous AQL is releasing an updated version called Muramasa Rebirth for the PlayStation Vita. And unlike the Wii version where you had to press UP on the D+Pad to jump, there’s an honest-to-goodness jump button. TECHNOLOGY! Oh yeah, and there’s extra content and new playable characters too.

Pretty stoked for my chance to get back into this game and actually BUY a copy. Gonna’ look fresh on that OLED screen.

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Picotto Knights - This Vita Game Needs To Come To The U.S. RIGHT NOW
Piccoto Knights is a beat-‘em-up action RPG for the Vita from Game Arts and NHN Hangame. You start off by making a custom character dude, then upgrading them with weapons and shizz. Since the game’s free-to-play, you can also spend real-world dollars on in-game items if you’re into that sort of thing.
The game’s set to release in Japan on September 20th, but no plans for a western release have been mentioned.
Check out the trailer for Picotto Knights below.

Siliconera reports:

GungHo and NHN haven’t announced if they will bring Picotto Knights to North America or Europe, but it looks like they’re planning to. GungHo filed a trademark for Picotto Knights in the US trademark database. Perhaps, an announcement will be made at Tokyo Game Show since the game will launch during the event?

We can only hope.
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Picotto Knights - This Vita Game Needs To Come To The U.S. RIGHT NOW

Piccoto Knights is a beat-‘em-up action RPG for the Vita from Game Arts and NHN Hangame. You start off by making a custom character dude, then upgrading them with weapons and shizz. Since the game’s free-to-play, you can also spend real-world dollars on in-game items if you’re into that sort of thing.

The game’s set to release in Japan on September 20th, but no plans for a western release have been mentioned.

Check out the trailer for Picotto Knights below.

Siliconera reports:

GungHo and NHN haven’t announced if they will bring Picotto Knights to North America or Europe, but it looks like they’re planning to. GungHo filed a trademark for Picotto Knights in the US trademark database. Perhaps, an announcement will be made at Tokyo Game Show since the game will launch during the event?

We can only hope.

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How To Get All The PS1 Games On Your Vita WITHOUT Hacks

Bummed about only getting 9 PS1 games to choose from on the Vita’s PSN store? If you’re a Vita owner who also owns a PS3, the dudes from Fist Full of Potions show off an absurdly simple way to get any PSOne Classic onto your Vita.

PS Vita Firmware V1.80 Is Live. FINALLY, PSOne Classic Support!
It’s time to blow the dust from that unpocketable portable device because this new update brings sweet new features like the ability to navigate the home menu with buttons instead of getting all touchy-swipey, and the web browser gets a little more Safari iOS-ish with a search bar in the browser menu and giving you the ability to jump to the top of a page.
Here’s a video rundown of all the new features.

But we know what you really care about: PSOne Classic support! Here’s a list of the first batch of games that you can download as soon as the PSN store updates later today/tonight.
Arc the Lad
Cool Boarders 2
FINAL FANTASY VII
Hot Shots Golf 2
Jet Moto
Syphon Filter
Tomb Raider
Twisted Metal 2
Wild Arms
Yeah, it kind of sucks that they’ll be rolling out small handfuls of games on a weekly basis instead of giving us access to the massive library already available on PSN, but at least FFVII’s in there, so we doubt there’ll be too many complaints.
Which PSOne games are you looking forward to playing on your Vita?

PS Vita Firmware V1.80 Is Live. FINALLY, PSOne Classic Support!

It’s time to blow the dust from that unpocketable portable device because this new update brings sweet new features like the ability to navigate the home menu with buttons instead of getting all touchy-swipey, and the web browser gets a little more Safari iOS-ish with a search bar in the browser menu and giving you the ability to jump to the top of a page.

Here’s a video rundown of all the new features.

But we know what you really care about: PSOne Classic support! Here’s a list of the first batch of games that you can download as soon as the PSN store updates later today/tonight.

  • Arc the Lad
  • Cool Boarders 2
  • FINAL FANTASY VII
  • Hot Shots Golf 2
  • Jet Moto
  • Syphon Filter
  • Tomb Raider
  • Twisted Metal 2
  • Wild Arms

Yeah, it kind of sucks that they’ll be rolling out small handfuls of games on a weekly basis instead of giving us access to the massive library already available on PSN, but at least FFVII’s in there, so we doubt there’ll be too many complaints.

Which PSOne games are you looking forward to playing on your Vita?

'Gravity Rush' Review: Falling To The Top With Style

Gravity Rush is a PlayStation Vita exclusive open world action RPG directed by Keiichiro Toyama and written by Naoko Sato - both known for their work on Siren and the first Silent Hill. It’s like Hayao Miyazaki, Solatorobo, inFAMOUS, and Crackdown had a baby. It’s also by far the best looking and most innovative game on the Vita and one of the best games of the year.

AWESOME

  • Gorgeous art direction, level design, and character designs bursting with charm and personality.
  • Intriguing story filled with a memorable cast of characters that are sure to spawn countless works of fanart, cosplay, tattoos, etc.
  • Massive open world that you’ll want to explore even after the credits roll.
  • Some of the later levels are beautifully trippy and have a clever puzzle element to them. They’re so awesome that you’ll probably wish more of the game was like this.

NOT AWESOME

  • Combat is often clunky.
  • Whack load times.
  • Abrupt ending that doesn’t really sum anything up.

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