Summary: Dokuro is a sadly overlooked puzzle game for the vita. It offers an interesting charcoal pale which when colour is introduced makes for a fantastic spectacle. The levels are varied offering great design and introduces new mechanics at a perfect pace always keeping the levels interesting.
Summary: I didn't believe this was on the top games for vita on ign, but after i played a couple of hours, it was awesome, and the best vita game i've played so far, it is still giving me the hardest time with one puzzle after other, but frankly, the story told by a couple of illustrations its just enough to...
Summary: This game basically is what the much-famed ICO would have looked and played like if it was made in 2D and adapted to a (somewhat more casual) handheld-style of play by some very creative indie devs.
Summary: A puzzle game with an interesting atmosphere, dokuro could be a game to play while you wait the subway or when you have some free time, the puzzle could take you from seconds to a couple of minutes (once you figure it out) the music is not repetitive and is kind of boring (in my opinion) every...
Summary: Great design, great puzzles, great game!! It's a "MUST" for your Vita. Don't forget to add this game to your PSVita collection :D It has included a lot of languages (Spanish perfect for me!!). Gran diseño, grandes puzzles, gran juego!! Es un MUST para tu Vita.
Dokuro Review - A Melancholy Squandering of so much Potential
28 October 2012
Excerpt: Earlier this year I reviewed another download-only Puzzle-Platformer called Mighty Switch Force (3DS) ; while it was an achingly short game, Mighty Switch Force set itself apart by its eclectic assortment of gameplay and puzzle design and turned out to be a very satisfying gem despite its brevity.