The lights are on
If you’re still working on Contrast and Resogun, and even if you didn’t get a PlayStation 4 yet, it’s time to clear the decks. This week, Instant Game Collection welcomes two new titles.
Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath puts players on a quest to raise moolah for an important medical procedure. You’ll need to collect “live ammo” by harvesting the critters around the world to capture your bounties and earn enough cash. The Vita version is the one on offer here.
Binary Domain is a decidedly different adventure. Humans wage a war against robots in a futurist Tokyo. You can read our review here.
We also have gotten notice that Sine Mora is rotating off the Instant Game Collection. You’ve got until the store updates on November 26 to pick that up.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]
Our TakeOddworld: Stranger’s Wrath is a smart remake that plays well on the Vita thanks to smart touch controls that complement that physical layout. I recently played through this, and if you missed this on the Xbox (it never came to PlayStation 2), it’s well worth your time for the excellent plot twists.