• Published: Jul 23rd, 2012
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Vita Voices: Gravity Rush

Float like a butterfly, sting like a combo-hit in Streetfigher 2. Gravity Rush is unlike anything else in the Playstation world.. with the exception of Gravity Daze in Japan, which is the same game but with a different name.

Anyway, join Ewan as he explores the world with Kat, a cat called Dusty, and the ability to bend gravity for good, and for evil.

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  • Published: Jul 3rd, 2012
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Vita Voices: Treasure of Montezuma Blitz

Alawar’s release of ‘Treasure of Montezuma Blitz’ has caused a huge amount of discussion around the freemium model, but has everyone forgotten to ask the big question… is it a good game?

It’s easy to complain about the developers choice of income stream, but have you actually sat down to see if it fits your playing style? If you haven’t given this game a try, here’s why you should reconsider.

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  • Published: Jun 19th, 2012
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Vita Voices: Why did Sony release all the Vita games at once?

When the PS Vita launched in the US, UK, and EU, Sony released all their games in one big burst of excitement. It’s taken till now for the second wave of titles to arrive. Was that the right strategy?

I sit down and think about the reasoning behind Sony’s choice to have everything at launch, and then a quiet few weeks before E3. Did it help the Vita become established? And what does it tell us about Sony’s plans for the rest of 2012?

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