Taking the role of the ancient Inkdemon Agura, players are able to hack and slash their way through levels while also actively control the environment. By using the PlayStation Vita's touchscreen capabilities, players can utilize various brushes to change the lay of the land.
|6||The initial lineup for the PlayStation Vita was, unsurprisingly, filled with numerous ports of existing HD titles and new entries in pre-existing franchises. And like previous systems there's always a slew of new and unique titles that appear shortly after launch to capitalize on the initial user base. So here comes Acquire and XSEED Games' Sumioni: Demon Arts for the PlayStation Vita. It's a unique game both presentation and gameplay-wise, but how does the gameplay hold up? |
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