Attack on Titan is a franchise I’ve heard a lot about. I only know the basic core idea of humans, struggling to survive, fighting against giant creatures. These naked beings that roam the land, eating people, seem to have come from nowhere and only leave death in their path. Honestly it sounds messed up and it is. Humans have found ways to fight them and erected walls to stop them, but the battles go on. The game sets this up all rather well for new people to the series and veterans will know exactly what to expect story wise, but what about the gameplay?
The wait is nearly over for one of the most highly anticipated indie games of 2016. Rising Star Games, a video game publisher renowned for bringing unique and diverse games to players everywhere, announced today that Lumo will be launching on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PC, Mac and Linux on May 24, with versions for PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, to follow in June.
Sometime in the near future, a new PlayStation Vita game is about to drop into players hands. That said, the near future also a perilous time in the world of Ray Gigant as huge menacing creatures have attacked and only a few people have the power to stop them, one in particular. With him comes great power, but will they all be able to stop the Gigants from killing everything?
New releases for the PlayStation Vita are few and far between these days. Especially games that take specific advantage of what the Vita can offer, in this case touch screen controls. Severed plays out much like a twisted fantasy told in a foreign and colorful land. As the protagonist Sasha, she finds herself hoping to rescue her family and do battle in the process.