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 regardless of gaming proclivities.
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. Though it rarely feels essential, it is a quietly charming game that feels perfectly at ease with its glacial pace, and it is this – along with Lil and Laarg’s PVC-clad charisma – that ultimately enables Escape Plan to meander its way into your heart.
Summary: Designed by the producers and creative team that were behind the comic medieval adventure game Fat Princess on the PlayStation 3, Escape Plan puts the player into control of two unlikely heroes named Lil and Larg looking to escape from a depressing, industrial factory. Aptly named, Lil is a little wisp of person and incredibly skinny while Larg is extremely obese, but can throw weight around when needed.
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 ! Escape Plan comes from developers Fun Bits Interactive , the guys behind Fat Princess , and remains one of the lesser known titles released for the Western debut of Sony’s PS Vita .
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. In stark contrast with Little Deviants , Escape Plan isn't blatant and unrestrained in its use of the Vita's multiple different functions, rather it's a unique puzzle game requires deft use of both the front and back touch screen.
Excerpt: One of the first PSN titles for the PlayStation Vita, Escape Plan lets you assist the aptly named Lil and Laarg in their attempt to flee a villain’s deadly complex. Is it worth the space on your valuable new Vita memory card? Similar to Portal, Escape Plan has you solving situational puzzles through more than 70 individual rooms. You can finish the game in about three hours, but its structure is perfectly suited to play on a bus or in a waiting room.