Bringing the world of Little Big Planet to a smaller environment, Little Little Big Planet if you will, Sony has brought the popular platformer and creation tool to the PlayStation Vita. Now lovers of LBP can play through an all new adventure and create levels using touch (both front and back) features.
Actually the title of interest here is Tom Clancy’s: Ghost Recon Future Soldier, a title in its self heralds the complexity of game-play to come. In the video games of today we are no longer simply munching the larger yellow dot to take down enemy ghosts. Instead we need to learn a more complex series of command and control to survive for any significant period in each levels modern day virtual maze.
Yes it is four wheel racing, but in the case of Mad Riders we are talking about quad bike racing in crazy jungle locations at speeds that will make your helmeted head to spin. Mad Riders forces players to either rely on exceptional reaction speeds or rote learning of tracks in order to progress.
Max is back, this time with the power of Rockstar Game’s impressive development team behind him, but he is still a failure. Max Payne 3 chronicles the further slide of the character that brought the video game world ‘bullet time’ and crime noir grit, and it packs a punch.