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PlayStation VITA Reviews

  • Project DIVA X - Gamers Heroes

    Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X Review

    Grab your leeks and get ready to sing - Hatsune Miku is back. Hot on the heels of Project DIVA F and F 2nd, SEGA's Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X brings another dose of its trademark hardcore rhythm-based gameplay to the masses. Does Miku still have the magic touch, or is this one title that is a little off-key?

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  • Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax Review

    Crossovers are all the rage these days. Capcom and Nintendo might be the masters of their craft, but SEGA has plans to shake up the anime world with Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax.

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  • Persona 4 Dancing All Night - Gamers Heroes

    Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review

    Pop idols gone missing? Dancing bears? Supernatural happenings? It's true! ATLUS' Persona 4: Dancing All Night might possibly be the most unique dancing game you ever played - but is its unique style translate to a good game?

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  • Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultimate Despair Girls Review

    NIS America and Spike Chunsoft's murder mystery-focused Danganronpa series is taking its robotic Monokumas into uncharted territory with Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultimate Despair Girls. Does this shooter spinoff usher a new era of hope, or will it leave you in despair?

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  • Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus Review

    Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus Review

    Have you ever played a game so alien to your typical interests that you feel like a tourist just playing it? Something that goes beyond the boredom that sets in because you have no interest in, say, FIFA or dry racing sims. Playing Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus was like being thrust into a world I'd heard the rumours of, but had never been brave enough to visit. Join me, oh reader, on this strange journey of mine. Mind you don't trip on that loose stone though, your clothes might fall off.

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  • Borderlands 2 PS Vita Review

    Seeing other people's reactions to the handheld port of Borderlands 2 has been startling to say the least. I've seen complaints of technical issues, the controls, and the parring back of four players to two, and while there is certainly evidence to go along with the complaints, they rarely got in the way of my fun.

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