Russian Subway Dogs is the complete package and an absolutely fantastic final Vita game release, ensuring the console goes out in style.
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Witchcrafty is rough, rushed, and unfinished... and yet there are sections where things work and it hints at an enjoyable 2D platformer.
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A bloody farewell to the PlayStation Vita.
...And that really was a fitting way to conclude my experience with Dull Grey – on a note of frustration, convinced that my time would be better spent elsewhere.
An impressive visual novel with stellar audiovisual design.
After playing the final product I can see why getting a small amount of hype from the remaining Vita fanbase is about the best Arrayansoft could've asked for.
An ambitious title with gorgeous animation and clever gameplay elements, but unfortunately the narrative doesn't measure up.
An entertaining but not particularly impressive choose-your-own-story adventure game set in a comical supernatural world.
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It’s not the length or even the gameplay that you’ll be purchasing DISTRAINT for, it’s the thought-provoking narrative, and it’s a triumph on that level.
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There are plenty of rough edges that prevent War Theatre from being a true classic of the genre, but I had a lot of fun playing it and it’s definitely a significant step up for developer Arcade Distillery.
Charming and definitely a fun representation of the developer’s trippy vision, but playing it reveals a number of flaws.
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