Summary: Very fun game, sadly terribly short. My experience was over in a mere 2 hours, but it was very enjoyable while it lasted. Worth it if you can get your hands on it for cheap (I got it in the Humble Bundle)
Summary: It is definitely a gorgeous game on Vita's OLED and is fun at first to play being very fluid. However, it is very short, unnecessarily difficult, and attempts at what turns out to be a tacked on story. A game like this should have high replayability like Super Stardust Delta, but it doesn't provide any incentive.
Summary: Looks really good graphically and game play is good for a side scrolling shooter. This game is extremely difficult and while fun at the start you won't want to play it too much if you can't advance. Great if you want a challenge (even on normal difficulty) but not so much if you don't have the patience. I got it free on PS plus so I'm not complaining but don't buy it unless you really Looks really good graphically and game play is good for a side scrolling shooter.
Summary: Instead of re-invigorating the shmup genre, Sine Mora offers a lacklustre (and downright irritatingly presented) storyline and repetitive, uninspired gameplay. The choice to use Hungarian voiceovers with subtitles was ridiculous as it completely kills any possible immersion with the title in one fell swoop.
Summary: This game was so boring, repetitive and tedious. Mouse sensitivity is completely screwed up so you end up mashing the arrow keys and holding down 'S' the whole time. The story was hard to follow, especially with the seemingly stretched out cutscenes that are in an odd language that I'm sure hardly anyone understands. The only plus of it was the amazing graphics.
Summary: A very pretty game to look at, with fast gripping action, turns disappointing quickly with a lack of content and overwhelming difficulty. Once the basic story is beat all content focuses on replaying levels or boss battles for bigger scores & better times. Gameplay can be very frustrating at times as certain points of the game are trial and error filled with player deaths.
Summary: Here is a game that looks good and crisp on Vita´s lovely oled screen, but while being fun the first couple of playthrough´s this is unfortunately one those games, that i hardly ever played since that. Fans of the genre should definitely consider to pick this one up, but if side scroll shooters never really was your thing, this game won´t be able to change on that..
Summary: You can replay any unlocked stage for a short play in the score attack mode, and hone your duel skills with any encountered boss in the boss training mode. If you need an overall appraisal of the game, Search AppsGoer to get a full review.
Summary: I'm not sure what people will make of this game. There's a lot of good but unfortunately a lot of annoying. The arcade mode only allows you to play on Hard and Insane, so if you want a "pick up and play" kind of experience, prepare to die a lot. To that end I started off in Story Mode, yet the story itself quickly became too cumbersome for me it isn't terribly interesting or I'm not sure what people will make of this game.
Summary: A solid shooter with awesome graphics and great gameplay, not sure on some of the critic reviews mentioning the length of the game as modern bullet hell style games have never been long nor should they be in my opinion. If you like a good shmup you'll like this.