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*******www.psvitareviewblog****/ PlayStation Vita review site - a truthful review of the latest Sony gaming system. Apart from the features, specification, price and look of the device, this PS Vita Review blog also shares with you the most popular games people are enjoying with this new release!
19 Apr 2012
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Gravity Rush review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Gravity Rush for the PlayStation Vita. Released just a few weeks ago, this game was developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. You play as Kat, a girl with the ability to shift gravity with the help of her sidekick, an actual cat named Dusty. Controls work very well with the Vita, and exploration is a lot of fun, but the game could've benefited by a better lock-on system. This video review features video gameplay footage of Gravity Rush for the Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Gabe.
18 Sep 2012
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Street Fighter X Tekken review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Street Fighter X Tekken for Playstation Vita. The original release of Street Fighter X Tekken was given some heavy criticism but Capcom hopes to clear this up with the port to the Playstation Vita. For one, much of the game's DLC has been added in from the beginning. There are also new free characters from the start, and many have additional costumes and colors. The controls make use of the Vita's touchscreen, mapping commands to different areas. The game offers much of what the console version had, but with stuff unlocked and even more features. It is a solid port, but a real judgement call if it's worth a second purchase. This video review features video gameplay footage of Street Fighter X Tekken for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
3 Nov 2012
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Persona 4 Golden review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Persona 4 Golden for PlayStation Vita. Atlus are seriously turning me off the idea of buying Persona 5 once it comes out... because their track record with "Re-releases that fix all the little annoyances" is outstanding. (Well, as far as SMT goes.) Persona 4 (the) Golden takes us back to Inaba, with a couple more Social Links, a couple streamlined systems, a few mechanical improvements, multiplayer "Rescue" support (which seems really weird, but I'll take it) and an HD overhaul. Nice timing, too, for a game that's seen a resurgence in interest following a very well-done anime interpretation and strange fighting game spinoff. Don't change that channel. This video review features video gameplay footage of Persona 4 Golden for Persona 4 Golden and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
21 Nov 2012
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Wipeout 2048 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Wipeout 2048 from Studio Liverpool and Sony Computer Entertainment for Playstation Vita. Wipeout games are normally some of the best racing games on the Sony platform they appear on and this is continued with Wipeout 2048. The game takes place a couple years before the sport of Anti Gravity Racing really catches on, giving the game a young and dirty feel to the racing. You will race in streets and parks because the race tracks haven't been built yet. The game makes use of the Vita's features with tilt controls and touch menu navigation. The game continues the long tradition of great Wipeout games on Sony's new systems. This video review features video gameplay footage of Wipeout 2048 for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
30 Nov 2012
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Jet Set Radio review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Jet Set Radio from Smilebit, Bit Software and Sega for Playstation Vita. Jet Set Radio is given new life on the Vita, with new features but the same great style and gameplay. You skate around the streets of Tokyo, tagging whatever you can to expand your gang's turf. The tagging can now be done with the Vita's touch controls, which feels smooth and natural. And the great art direction and graphics looks incredible on the Vita, with bright colors that pop from the screen. The controls take some time to adapt to, but the overall game is top notch, and feels great on the new system. This video review features video gameplay footage of Jet Set Radio for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
5 Dec 2012
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Frobisher Says! review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Frobisher Says! from Honeyslug Ltd and SCEA for Playstation Vita. Every new system needs its collection of bizarre minigames and now the Vita has it with Frobisher Says! There are over fifty different minigames, all focused on the crazy, insane, and just down right weird. You can race against the clock in a sudden death mode, or try to go for a high score in a set time. The minigames are creative and fun but there are not enough game modes, with only the two. The social media features are nice and the price tag is low, so it is worth picking up. This video review features video gameplay footage of Frobisher Says! for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
5 Dec 2012
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LittleBigPlanet review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of LittleBigPlanet from Double Eleven, Tarsier Studios, Media Molecule and Sony Computer Entertainment for Playstation Vita. The creators behind LittleBigPlanet are some of the most creative in the industry, and if you give them a new system with special features, they will figure out the best way to work with them. This LittleBigPlanet makes full use of the Vita's features, bringing touch controls, camera uses and the back touchpad into the series and uses them wonderfully. They feel like the series has been waiting for them. The rest is normal for the series, creative level designs, fantastic music and tight responsive controls. All this making for what is possibly the best game in the series. This video review features video gameplay footage of Little Big Planet for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
16 Dec 2012
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SunFlowers review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of SunFlowers from The Game Atelier for Playstation Vita. SunFlowers is a game that is super easy to learn, super easy to play but not super easy to put down. You control the sun, moving across the sky and shooting down sun rays to make the flowers grow. You need to shoot your rays through the clouds to cause them to drop water. The game uses touch controls that work perfectly, giving full control while also remaining simple. The game is basic, but addicting and fun, and that really is the best kind of game. This video review features video gameplay footage of SunFlowers for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
19 Dec 2012
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Uncharted: Fight for Fortune review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Uncharted: Fight for Fortune from Bend Studio and SCEA for Playstation Vita. Uncharted makes its return to the PS Vita but not in the form many might expect. This time, Nathan Drake and friends have become playing cards, where battles are less about trigger speed and more about strategy. The battles at first can be complicated but soon become easy to understand and you can build strategies from there. The game has good AI and multiple competitors to play against, but it really shines online when playing against real people. This is a solid and cheap card battle game set in the Uncharted world, showing the series can exist in multiple forms. This video review features video gameplay footage of Uncharted: Fight for Fortune for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
3 Jan 2013
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Chronovolt review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Chronovolt from Playerthree for Playstation Vita. What do you get when you mix Marble Madness with Prince of Persia? Well, a game that probably looks a lot like Chronovolt. You play as Jessica, the daughter of Dr. Chase, who must travel back in time in her chronosphere to stop Dr. Claw. The game plays like Super Monkey Ball, where you roll your chronosphere onto giant platforms to navigate to the end. The difference from other games in the genre is you have the ability to manipulate time, by rewinding time to fix a mistake and solve a puzzle, or freezing time to help move across moving platforms. The game introduces some nice additions to a standard genre that makes for a great entry in the eternal game of balancing balls. This video review features video gameplay footage of Playerthree for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
23 Jan 2013
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Bentley's Hackpack review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Bentley's Hackpack for Playstation Vita developed by Sanzaru Games Inc and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. Bentley's Hackpack is a collection of mini-games taking place in a virtual arcade, all focusing on Bentley from Sly Cooper. The games are fun and interesting, with multiple challenges in addition to the normal games. Completing challenges rewards the player with coins that can be spent like tickets on virtual Sly Cooper gear. The mini-games are entertaining and the added incentive of earning coins and completing challenges adds more depth than anticipated. And with the neon feel, it all makes for a great collection of hacking based mini-games. This video review features video gameplay footage of Bentley's Hackpack for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
20 Feb 2013
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Touch My Katamari review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Touch My Katamari for Playstation Vita developed and published by Namco Bandai Games. The Katamari Damacy series makes its grand entry onto the PS Vita with Touch My Katamari. The gameplay and craziness of the series is here in all its glory. After the King of All Cosmos is compared to a child's school principle, the King decided to prove his awesomeness by having the Prince make Katamaris. The game makes use of the Vita's features, allowing for the Katamari to be controlled with the touch screen. Also, the Katamari can be expanded or elongated to better fit the certain situations. While the game doesn't bring much new to the series, the touch controls and wackiness give Katamari a great home on the PS Vita. This video review features video gameplay footage of Touch My Katamari for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
1 Mar 2013
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Plants vs. Zombies review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Plants vs. Zombies for Playstation Vita developed by PopCap Games and published by PopCap Games. Plants vs. Zombies has been released for practically every electronic device and for good reason. The game is an absolute blast to play and can easily suck away hours or even days of your life with its addicting mix of fantastic tower defense and plant themes.This release for the PS Vita has everything from the PC and console version, including the Adventure mode, Mini-Games and Puzzles. Additionally, there are touchscreen controls and the ability to collect coins and sun with a shake of the Vita. Also, additional trophies have been added to the game. All that going towards making one of the best ways to play this amazing game. This video review features video gameplay footage of Plants vs. Zombies for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
16 Mar 2013
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Nun Attack review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Nun Attack for Playstation Vita developed by Frima Studio and published by Frima Studio. It appears that the PS Vita is becoming the most advanced mobile gaming machine, but at least the games are entertaining. Nun Attack has the player taking control of a group of holy sisters as they fight against the demonic hordes with assault rifles and machine-guns. The game is played entirely with touch controls and they work perfectly, providing a good sense of control. As more and more enemies are defeated, the sisters will go up in level and also earn coins that can be used to upgrade their weapons and purchase new weapons. The PS Vita version receives 40 different levels to play through as well as rebalanced gameplay and improved graphics. If the games on the Vita are going to be mobile game ports, hopefully they are this entertaining. This video review features video gameplay footage of Nun Attack for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
29 Oct 2013
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7 Jun 2011
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