While a worthy sequel to Rayman Origins, Legends doesn't hit the same heights that its predecessor did.
Hotline Miami on PS3 and Vita is still well worthy of anyone's time, but the controls aren't as tight as they were on PC.
Guacamelee! is a game that's easy to love and, for most of the time, a joy to play but does suffer from a few inconsistencies that detract from the overall experience.
You can't play PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale without ever feeling like something crucial is deeply lacking.
The best moments of Retro City Rampage come from a shared enjoyment of the past.
At four games in the LittleBigPlanet series feels less fresh than it once did, and new touch mechanics don't add as much to the experience as you might think.
Another so-called Vita saviour hits some bum notes, failing to offer the gameplay that the audio visual work deserves.
FuturLab's latest effort showcases the potential quality of high-quality, modest-price titles on a digital handheld storefront.
Gravity Rush is a very enjoyable game despite a few lengthy load times, a terrible name and an unimaginative character introduction
Escape Plan is a frustrating adventure that rarely gets a chance to show its true potential.