Category Archives: Vita

Analog Analysis: ‘Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc’

Analog Addiction recently reviewed Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, praising the newly released port of the original 2010 PSP release. Following the tale of 15 students attending Hope’s Peak Academy, we are introduced to the deadly game these [...]
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Futurlab Interview: PlayStation Support, ‘Velocity 2X’ Details

Sony has shown an incredible amount of support towards the independent development community throughout the industry over the last few years. This has resulted in a plethora of quality titles appearing on the PlayStation hardware, from some of the very best [...]
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Curve Studios Interview: Porting Games & Sony

Curve Studios (developer) and Curve Digital (publisher) have been making a name for themselves over the past couple of years with some amazing PlayStation titles. Analog Addiction was given a chance to ask Rob Clarke, PR Manger at Curve, some questions [...]
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Housemarque Interview – ‘Resogun’ DLC, PS4 Future

Over the last few years Sony has shown it will support small independent developers in order to help them release their games on PlayStation hardware. It has been a successful endeavor that has seen a plethora of quality titles coming to each the [...]
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AA Meeting Episode 58

AA Meeting Podcast Episode 58 The AA Meeting is your weekly destination for all the biggest gaming news of the week. This week Jamie talks about Call of Duty’s new three year development, new release dates, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zero and its length [...]
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Analog Addiction’s 2014 Predictions

We have arrived in a new year for the gaming industry. 2014 looks to build on 2013′s release of the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, with what looks to be a plethora of exciting next generation titles that we are eagerly awaiting. However, the most [...]
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2013’s Awards – Best Trailer, Soundtrack & Visuals

As all good things must come to an end, so does 2013. Nevertheless, this past year will sure go down as one of the more impressive ones in our industry. Not only did the 8th generation of gaming begin, but 2013 also saw the release of yet another batch of [...]
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2013’s Awards – Best Vita & 3DS Game

As all good things must come to an end, so does 2013. Nevertheless, this past year will sure go down as one of the more impressive ones in our industry. Not only did the 8th generation of gaming begin, but 2013 also saw the release of yet another batch of [...]
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Analog Addiction’s Game of the Year 2013 Nominees

It’s been a big year for gaming this year. 2013 saw the release of new consoles, but it also saw the release of some amazing games. Therefore, it’s that time of year again. It’s time to acknowledge the best of the best games for 2013. Of [...]
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Analog Addiction’s Holiday Geek Guide to Gifting 2013

Shopping for the holidays is quite a scary event. It has nothing to do with the reoccurring riotous events on Black Friday all in the vein of saving a buck or two – though those are frightening to say the least. The true horror lies within [...]
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JRPG Newcomer Finds Love Within The Genre

The Japanese role-playing genre has been a variety of gaming I have avoided throughout my time as a gamer. I always heard second-hand knowledge regarding the in-depth complexities many of these titles possess, the hundreds of gameplay hours each title [...]
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Gamescom 2013 Predictions

The next generation of gaming is almost here. Following an E3 that will be remembered for years to come, as we saw, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fully revealed. Gamescom will be the next main event for both Sony and Microsoft to showcase their next [...]
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More Players Equals More Fun

If you break a video game down to its core, you could say it falls into either the single player or multiplayer category. Single player games can provide great gameplay and entertaining stories, however, multiplayer games provide everything I look for when [...]
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Six Things a Horror Game Needs

The horror genre has increasingly improved over the years with titles like Amnesia, Slender and early-Silent Hill to name a few. These games tick most of the categories which make you feel uneasy the whole time you are playing. 2013 is also full of upcoming [...]
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Difficult Games Are Often The Most Rewarding For Gamers, But Risky For Developers

Games like Dark Souls are truly different from many mainstream games, only because they evoke a sense which tells you that you may never be able to beat it. Dark Souls takes this approach, and challenges you head on. However, it is a very tight, and very [...]
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