NGB Wrote: "It’s easy to assume that amongst the hazy mist of nostalgia and euphoric pixel blasting that games like this have a certain degree of inevitability attached to their popularity. It’s not a given, though. Thankfully TxK doesn’t completely rest on laurels that might hamper it. Here is a game that plays superbly and dips into that rich retrospective pool that seems to sit so well on Sony’s handheld. However, it should be said that there is a tried and tested formula hard at work here. Anyone who’s dabbled in anything like it previous to TxK might not find a whole bunch of reasons to revisit, and that coupled with some overly-busy visuals at times means it’s not for everyone, despite its entrancing nature."