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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 649d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD PS Vita

One Hit Pixel: "Looking back to the past seems to be something the games industry has been obsessed with for the past few years. Whether it is back to the dawn of the entertainment phenomenon or more recent efforts, it looks like HD remakes are almost certainly here to stay – for better or worse. This along with advances in digital distribution has given rise to a new direction for Oddworld Inhabitants and their developer partner Just Add Water, to revive one of the best-loved cult franchises – Oddworld. Not simply content with re-releases of their classic library, when Stranger’s Wrath HD came to PlayStation 3 and PC, the fans went along with the ride. Stranger’s Wrath HD is now available for the PlayStation Vita, giving fans a chance to take the HD remake of the 2005 Xbox title on the road for the first time. Is it worth taking a Stranger on your journey too?" (Oddworld Stranger’s Wrath HD, PS Vita) B/A+

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