Kyle from The Vita Lounge writes;
"I remember very clearly that day just over a year ago when I finally got to hop on board and push on with OlliOlli - and man was I impressed. Over the past thirteen months I’ve been sinking many an hour into the pursuit of that perfect run, that epic trick sequence, or that number one position on the daily grind or a spot (I held one of each a few times, however brief they lasted). After a week with OlliOlli2 however, I doubt I’ll ever venture to turn on the first game for a bit of fun again.
That’s because while OlliOlli was an amazingly addictive and well-rounded first step into the genre, OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood is the equivalent of a quantum leap forward."
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."
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."
Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "Here’s our picks for the games we want to see Devolver Digital announce at E3 2019!"