A classic RPG that’s been tarnished by time and a troubled port, no question, but you can’t hide the gleam of gold beneath.
Playing Scrabble alone in the dark may be miserable in real life, but QatQi makes it a smart and satisfying endeavor.
Decent tweaks on the Scrabble framework don’t coalesce into a particularly potent brew.
Tasty morsels of labyrinth-based puzzling, but some unpredictable enemy movement means sometimes solutions are a case of trial and error.
Yawnsome colour-matching that’s only redeemed by the inclusion of a level editor to let you craft your own puzzles.
Even if its combat was strong enough to disguise the repetition, Blastpoints doesn’t offer enough long-term goals to hold interest.
Tense, captivating but short, unless you’re prepared to grind for increasingly powerful weapons. Definitely worth an hour of your time, though.
A ten year stretch hasn’t weakened Vice City’s grip, but even some welcome improvements can’t outweigh those touchscreen issues.