We know that PlayStation Vita is an amazing device with some great games, however, if you’re more into retro games, you’ll be pleased to hear that PlayStation Vita can run retro games as well.
Gaming is quite popular nowadays, and as you probably know, there are all sorts of motion devices on the market. The major problem that can occur with these devices is that they run out of juice quickly, worst while you’re playing your favourite game, and this is when this charger comes in.
Most people may not even remember Sega Dreamcast, but the Dreamcast is far from over, at least that’s what some developers, such as Redspot Games think. In fact, Redspot Games is developing a game for Sega Dreamcast at this very moment, so we decided to investigate a bit.
For all of you that remember the times before 3D games and next generation consoles and enjoy retro gaming there is a special treat coming from Hyperkin. Hyperkin will be releasing a new gaming system that will bring old games back to life.
Yakuza 3 might have been a long time coming, this game is going to be release later this month, but it’s another great PS3 swansong. And it’s easy to see why Sega took its time bringing the game to Europe. On the one hand it’s a very good beat-em-up packed with cool gangsters, the sort of stuff which translates easily but on the other it’s basically an upperclass Japanese lifestyle simulator, which is understandably a much harder sell. You play, Kiryu Kauma, who spends his life alternately brutalizing thugs and dosing around swanky Japanese towns. This is a set against a relentlessly paced mob story that sees our man – the former head of the Tojo clan, now retired called upon a crisis hits his old gang.
This is not a Hulk game. This is a movie game that happens to have the Hulk in it, and as such, comes off as more “hired hit” than “labor of love”. It definitely has a few amusing moments, but thanks to some underlying problems, the experience is ultimately juts mediocre. Naturally, you assume the role of the Marvel’s not-so-Jolly Green Giant as he avoids capture attempts by the U.S Army and tries to thwart the vague but clearly evil machinations of a scientists-led group called the Enclave. The plot and the characters are both paper-thin, but the story is at least coherent enough to follow.