Summary: Reminiscent of the old Arcade games like D&D and Magic Sword Action/side scroller, beautiful graphics. If you install the data, load times dramatically increase High replay value - as long as you like repeating the same stages over and listening to the same narrative Very fun "beat 'em up" style game, worth the dough if you can get it under $20. If you do not like running the same stage over and over for better loot/gear, this is not for you.
and pretty much any other 2-D Hack'n'Slash'emup game you could imagine
Scott T. Plyler "scott plyler", Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: I thought that I was going to *LOVE* this game. Back in the day (putting on my old man voice) my friends and I were unapologetic quarter-poppers and played Golden Axe, Double Dragon, and pretty much any other 2-D Hack'n'Slash'emup game you could imagine. This game was considered a 'throwback', or 'love letter', to games of that era (which is an of itself a new genre- the 'throwback' genre). Anyways...
Too many numbers, 'splosions, flashes, and breasts.
Jasper Rabbit "Professor, Student, Book Fan", Amazon
1 October 2014
Summary: Not super playable as a two-player game, because there is just too much going on on the screen at once and it gets frustrating and confusing. Might be okay as a one-player game, although its very shallow and the character's moves are not intuitive or easy to recall on the fly. I do have to say that as much as I like a good bosom, the animations on this game are annoyingly stereotypical to the point of being borderline offensive.
Summary: I absolutely love this game. The artwork may not be to the tastes of everyone, but it is extremely smooth and high quality. The gameplay is fun, and the world beautiful. The scale and range of the bosses is also varied and challenging. There are many different paths to take offering a large amount replay-ability.
the wait on this game was well worth it. all in this game worthy of succession of george s previous game marvels.
Rpg player, Amazon
25 September 2014
Summary: its the same as the system version of the game. play online co op,solo,or with npcs. enjoyable on all fronts. each of the 5 characters are unique and require different techniques to handle bosses and enemies. some are more straight foward than others while other classes have a higher learning curve. theres enough varieties of enemy types and dungeons to keep you busy.
Summary: The graphics are gorgeous vibrant colors that only first gen Ps Vita bring out and great game play . Looks beautiful but at time so much is going on , on the screen that your characters tends to get lost and gets a bit chaotic , but over all great game fro the Vita . Haven't finished it still working on but so far its fun and provides lots of customization and magic and characters to choose from .
The Amazon and Witch - That's why I bought this game
Lena Carlson, Amazon
26 August 2014
Summary: Do you like Beat 'em Ups? Final Fight, Streets of Rage, Scott Pilgrim VS The World? This is a beautiful fantasy themed beat em up with some of the most gorgeous graphics I've ever seen. The gameplay is fun. The multiplayer supports up to four players in the same room, more online. It is fun leveling up your character, collecting loot, upgrading your abilities with the card system, upgrading your weapons and unlocking better fighters. This one's cool and fun.
Summary: by far the best game I have played on the ps3. that is specifically because the game is not a physics, automation or tech showcase as all 3d games are on the ps3. on normal the game has close to perfect balance due to everything being done by hand. on the harder settings the difficulty spikes. and the challenge of beating every level, when the difficulty level is so different. is what you end up playing for. again by far the best game I have played on the ps3.
A perfect handheld game, not for the graphics hound or the story fiend! The gameplay will most likely sell you the diversity!
Saint Seiya "-Hold the Heathen Hammer High", Amazon
15 August 2014
Summary: Pretty fun action platformer/brawler/action rpg. There's different types of characters with different states, different attack types, and each are based on skill settings. For a more experienced player the Sorceress is the char as they set her to the expert settings. The stat system works like Castlevania games and Diablo games. You gain weapons, find treasure, have the limited weapons, main weapons, can repair items to get them back up that sorta thing..
Summary: Another Classic Vita Game. I find it funny even though the Vita has sold about a fourth as many 3ds I think the library of AAA titles is greater and diverse from Uncharted, Gravity Rush, Killzone, PS AllStars,Persona 4, Borderlands 2, Walking Dead, Wolf Among Us, Soul Sacrifice Delta, etc.