Excerpt: Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark is the latest indie game for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita to feature Cross-buy and Cross-save support, so for R95 you can download the game on both consoles and access your latest save file regardless of which platform you’re playing on. This is just as well because Stealth Inc.
Excerpt: I never would’ve thought to combine stealth and platforming. From a logical standpoint, it doesn’t make much sense. After all, platforming is often about nonstop gameplay that relies heavily upon fast reflexes and lots of practice. Stealth is about patience, timing and tact. So how can the two possibly coexist? Well, developer Curve Studios has found a way and the result is pretty freakin’ awesome.
Excerpt: Why would anyone mourn the death of a clone? Replicated humans are as disposable as toilet paper, after all, and only slightly more sanitary. No one would weep if a clone were to be executed by robotic sentries or crushed between moving walls. Heck, you wouldn't even be able to tell which clone met its untimely end; they all look alike.
Pros: Smart puzzles with lots of variety, High difficulty without ever feeling cheap, Tricky boss fights, Achieving high scores is fun and rewarding
Summary: Welcome to life: it’s a ceaseless struggle and you’ll inevitably die, usually because of lasers. Stealth, Inc’s message is a bleak reminder of our own existence – except, perhaps, for the laser part. Playing a freshly-baked clone caught in the bowels of the omnipotent corporation that created you, freedom is your goal and a series of challenging doom chambers the only things standing in your way. Stealth, Inc.
Excerpt: Curve Studios’ Stealth Inc: A Clone In The Dark originally started its life as the PC title, Stealth Bastard. Released in November of last year, it was met with good reviews, leading to Curve bringing the game to PSN to see if that success can be replicated.
Pros: 80 levels to play through., The levels, though frustrating at times, are fun to conquer., Art and sound design are really well done., Leaderboards add an extra incentive.
Cons: Sometimes the solutions are difficult to figure out., No leeway when it comes to mistakes; dying over and over can get tedious.