Gravity Rush 2 Review
Gravity Rush 2 is not a perfect game, but it undoubtedly expands upon its predecessor in nearly every conceivable way. There are some wonky camera moments along with a few narrative stumbles and problematic quest designs, but the flaws are quickly overshadowed by the triumphs, and just like its endearing protagonist, it lands firmly on its feet in the end.
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Ends Today Review
I don’t see this as a big enough seller on the PlayStation 4 to warrant a second game though it’d probably do better on the PC, where games like this have a supportive (if niche) audience. I really wanted to like the game because of its mature, oppressive depiction of an apocalyptic aftermath. The game is unfinished, though, so I suggest sparing yourself from the same pain and frustration that hurt this otherwise interesting narrative adventure.
Hyperdimension Neptunia PP: Producing Perfection
Hyperdimension Neptunia PP: Producing Perfection is the beginning for a series that will likely see multiple entries on the PlayStation Vita. With a remake of the first game on the way, Producing Perfection gives players an easier entry into the series for newcomers. Although the gameplay is sometimes too light for its own good, the relaxing nature of the experience, and the likable cast of idols makes the experience worth trying to some degree. Producing Perfection is such a unique title however, that most gamers will probably want to pass over this experience to something with a little more substance.