Based on the mini game OMG-Z, OMG HD Zombies is a remake for the PS Vita that shows the developer had some things left on the table after releasing the original. To be as direct as the game is, I will say: download this game for your Vita if you like zombie games.
Do you like brick-breaker games? Have you not heard of BreakQuest: EE? Read on, if you’d like, but rest assured – this freemium game is worth whatever investment you choose.
Atomic Ninjas is an easy game to jump into. Though not very deep of a jump, it offers a surprising bit of strategy and assortment of multiplayer options. Is this one of PS Vita’s best indie games?
As part of the Game-Modo team, Travis is of the opinion that the PS Vita TV could stand to receive some improvements before making its way to the west. Do you have any suggestions before or if the PS Vita TV launches in the west?
The Nintendo 3DS XL and the PlayStation Vita are both great portable gaming systems. As someone who has deployed in the US military with a Nintendo DS one time, and with a Sony PSP for another, I can attest to the how much fun can be had with either a portable Nintendo or Sony device during downtime overseas.
BreakQuest: Extra Evolution, the awesome PS mini bloc-breaker game, is coming to the PS Vita as a freemium game with several enhancements. Europe players will get the game next week, while US players will be able to break some blocks the week after.
Velocity, a PlayStation mini – has been remade for the PS Vita as Velocity Ultra. The game is now available in Europe, and those of us in the US are waiting for our shot. Game-Modo spoke with James Marsden, Managing Director at Futurlab, to learn more about the game.
Minimalism. Entertainment. What is left when a video game is boiled down, leaving only the fun parts? Thomas Was Alone is a shining example of what would exist if a video game could only consist of what is needed to be solid entertainment, with no frills, and those results were put under a spotlight.
The next Xbox will be revealed on May 21st! Visit xbox.com and you’ll the gears are in the works. Larry Hryb, AKA Major Nelson, has announced the reveal on his blog, along with a fancy hashtag, #XboxReveal – to get the hype train rollin’.
Let’s get a few things answered right now. Do pretty graphics interest you? What about humor? Pulling off combos? Exploration? Boss battles? How do you feel about chickens? Does the term “MetroidVania” pique your interest? Do you have a PS3 and/or a Vita? If you answered yes to any of those questions (minus the chicken one), go ahead and do your PSN library right by stocking a fresh copy of Guacamelee!