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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 736d ago | review

Edge-Surge review: Velocity dev FuturLab returns with this frantic Vita puzzler

Edge:As work and other distractions increasingly eat into our leisure time, it’s no surprise that the quick fix of mobile gaming is the industry’s prevailing trend. Little wonder, either, that Sony should thus sign up a studio that understands the value of immediacy. FuturLab’s latest is exactly the kind of electrical jolt that Vita needs, and it makes your synapses fire from the word go. (PS Vita, Surge) 7/10

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