Excerpt: Escape Plan’s plot is about as light as they come – bondage-clad protagonists, Lil and Laarg, need to escape a series of black-and-white booby-trapped rooms while a mysterious villain attempts to thwart them.
Pros: The colorless art style, Some clever ideas, About half the levels
Cons: Imprecise controls, Not enough content, The other half of the levels
Summary: " Escape Plan " offers a number of frustrations but all is more than made up for by inventive design and beautiful visuals. Despite the Vita having a good number of impressive titles Escape Plan stands among the best of the bunch, and at £9.99 it is hard not to recommend to every Vita owner...
Excerpt: Is it damning praise to say I prefer Escape Plan as a showcase of the Vita's multiple input-doohickies and screeny-wotsits than Little Deviants ? Yes, of course it is - because Little Deviants is chuffing rubbish .
Conclusion: When the credits roll, Escape Plan leaves you satisfied of time well spent; getting know its cast of charming characters is a pleasure and its gameplay is largely on the right side refreshing.
Summary: While the game can be frustrating due to the order and precision of tasks required to safely navigate the two protagonists through levels, Escape Plan is definitely an entertaining puzzler and easily qualifies as one of the best looking launch games on the Vita.
Summary: In a monochromatic world, you must help our heroes Lil and Laarg to flee from the clutches of the evil Bakuki – who will stop at nothing to curtail their freedom. It’s up to you to find an Escape Plan !
Excerpt: A new platform has launched and with it new possibilities. As always, it's up to the software to show us what the hardware is really capable of and why we should care. Escape Plan is one of those games.