PolishPSV Video Games

Video Games Encyclopedia by Gamepressure.com

PlayStation Vita is the second portable console from Sony (a successor to PlayStation Portable), counted as the 8th generation gaming platform. It was released on February 22nd, 2012 in North America and Europe at the same time. Despite the technological advancement of games released for PS Vita (possibly thanks to 4-core ARM CPU) and many multimedia features, it didn’t manage to repeat the success of PSP.

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Regalia: Of Men And Monarchs (PSV)
Regalia: Of Men And Monarchs (PSV)

RPG TBA

A turn-based RPG focusing strongly on strategic aspects and created by Pixelated Milk - a Polish developer. The player is taken to a peaceful fantasy world and assumes the role of Kay Loren - a young nobleman whose father reveals on his deathbed the existence of a distant land belonging to their family. Once the protagonist arrives in the place, it turns out that the entire land is ruined and the family was charged with a large debt. Kay decides to restore the ruined city to its magnificent state and take back the neighboring areas from the wildlife occupying them. The player's tasks are to construct buildings, gather resources, develop technologies and manage the land appropriately, so it can generate adequate amounts of money. Exploration, completing quests given by NPCs and turn-based combat are all of high importance here. The protagonist can be accompanied by four other characters with unique abilities, which can be developed alongside progression.

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Deathmatch Village (PSV)
Deathmatch Village (PSV)

Action 07 August 2013

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Ronin (PSV)
Ronin (PSV)

Action 2018

An old school 2D platform game developed by independent Polish developer Tomasz Wac³awek. The story of the game was inspired by the cult movie Kill Bill directed by Quentin Tarantino. In the game the player assumes the role of a mysterious woman who intends to get rid of five influential owners of a corporation. In order to do it, the protagonist must get through series of heavily guarded locations while being equipped only with katana and a hook that allows her to climb on walls and attach herself to the ceilings. The key to success in the game is the ability to silently sneak up behind the backs of guards and cameras; a good plan and its perfect realization. The battles are played by marking targets and at any moment of the game the time can be stopped in order to plan the next move. The graphics of the game have retro style, similar to platform games released in eighties and nineties.

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Red Game Without a Great Name (PSV)
Red Game Without a Great Name (PSV)

Arcade 15 December 2015

A steampunk-influenced 2D arcade game by iFun4All, a subsidiary of the Polish Bloober Team. The action of Red Game Without a Great Name takes place in a future in which outdated communication methods, such as traditional mail, are still in use. Considering the trouble ordinary messengers would have to go through to reach certain places, some parcels are delivered by dedicted mechanical birds. The players assume the role of one of them, and their task is to traverse various, rather hostile, locations with the goal of safely delivering parcels and collecting gears that are scattered around the levels. The bird we control is not entirely defenseless, though, and has the ability to teleport and to use various power-ups, allowing him to come out alive from dire situations and deal with encountered obstacles in numerous ways.

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A-Men 2 (PSV)
A-Men 2 (PSV)

Logic 05 November 2013

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Urban Trial Freestyle (PSV)
Urban Trial Freestyle (PSV)

Arcade 20 February 2013

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Assault Armies (PSV)
Assault Armies (PSV)

Logic 22 February 2012

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Green Game: TimeSwapper (PSV)
Green Game: TimeSwapper (PSV)

Logic 04 April 2016

An arcade-logic game developed by iFun4All, and a sequel to Red Game Without a Great Name released a few months earlier. In terms of mechanics, the sequel follows the premise of the original game, but with a different set of rules. The players once again assume the role of the mechanical bird, the task of which is to safely reach a destination. The players have no direct control over the protagonist, but they can manipulate time and surroundings, filled with various useful mechanisms, to their advantage. The player's task is to control the bird's movements in such a way that it reaches its destination in one piece. The game features several dozens of different levels that thoroughly familiarize the player with different shades of green, as the title itself declares. As in the original game, the player can collect gear and use different items, introducing valuable bonuses.

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Die!Die!Die! (PSV)
Die!Die!Die! (PSV)

Arcade 07 August 2013

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MouseCraft (PSV)
MouseCraft (PSV)

Logic 08 July 2014

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Run Like Hell! (PSV)
Run Like Hell! (PSV)

Arcade 16 September 2014

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Draw Slasher (PSV)
Draw Slasher (PSV)

Arcade 23 April 2013

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