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This short-lived, artistically-worthy slice of downloadable eccentricity fails on that most crucial of fundamentals – it's just not much fun to play.
Sony's PSN is full of high quality releases, but High Velocity Bowling isn't one of them.
Savage Moon offers a unique and refreshing counterpoint to the cutesy tower defence games the market seems to be flooded with at the moment.
Ultimately, Rag Doll Kung Fu comes across as something of a tech demo, the kind of thing you might expect Healey and co showed to Sony executives when trying to get LBP off the ground.
So far Dying Light is a pleasant surprise, let down by the missions both on and off of the storyline.
Newcomers will find a lot to enjoy, but there's little reason to return if a dive into Hell is what you were looking forward to.
Resident Evil remains as odd, unsettling, and unforgettable as its setting, and the HD remaster only emphasises this.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker isn't the most taxing puzzle game in the world, but it's well-paced and enjoyable all the same.
Geometry Wars 3 makes big changes, but retains the excellent core gameplay and delivers another addictive blaster.