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OlliOlli Review | Super Clash Gaming

Move over Tony Hawk, there is a new skateboarding game in town. OlliOlli is the new kid in class and it looks great. Developed by Roll7 and General Arcade and published by Roll7 and Devolver Digital, OlliOlli looks to bring the skating genre back in an interesting way.

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NukaCola3553d ago

I bought this for Vita.

The gameplay is really good. The damn game crashed a lot at the beginning but seems to work now. I honestly dont know what the deal was. I screened capped the error code but havent looked into it yet. Currently, I am on the last level before NEON and it's a damn challenge. A fun pick up and play game. I am pretty excited for OlliOlli 2 next year.

totallysane3553d ago

I really enjoyed the game, but yeah I have crashing off and on myself. Hope you enjoyed the review.

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5 Devolver Digital Games That May Have Flown Under Your Radar

James writes: "Are you a fan of the hilarious video game publisher, Devolver Digital? Then check out this list of 5 hidden gems published by the studio."

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Nacho_Z1224d ago

Gris is a good game. Absolutely amazing art style, one of the best looking games I've ever played, with a great soundtrack, but a clever puzzle platformer too.

Highrevz1224d ago

Devolver Digital has published some amazing Indie games over time. Shame there’s no mention of Katana Zero.
I finished Observation earlier today and loved it.

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10 Genres That Are Missing From the Vita's Library

VGChartz;s Adam Cartwright: "For a console that can only really be seen as a commercial failure, the PlayStation Vita did extremely well for itself in terms of software – more than 1500 games are available for it and that figure is surprisingly still growing each week, despite the hardware being discontinued earlier this year and despite the rhetoric suggesting it’s only a good machine for indie 2D platformers and niche Japanese RPGs.

Unfortunately certain genres didn't receive any representation at all and act as glaring holes in the Vita’s software library. Some of these just aren’t particularly popular on consoles in general, such as city builders, which have been niche for years. It’s these genres I’m aiming to look at in this article – what they are (including examples of some modern entries in the genres), why they weren't represented on the Vita, as well as some suggestions about what alternatives are available to scratch that itch."

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A Look at All of the Sports Games Available on Vita

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "This is the sixth entry in a series of articles I’m writing that will look at all of the games available in a particular genre on the Vita. The articles will highlight all Vita-native games, as well as any backwards-compatible PSP and PS1 titles that can be downloaded in English (i.e. from the EU or NA stores), and will include some commentary on how well those games run on Vita and whether they fill any missing gaps in the library."

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