Game Review: Paradox Soul (PS Vita) – Video

Paradox Soul

Ratalaika Games have been a staunch supporter of the PS Vita in recent months. The indie developer has been one of the go-to publishers for numerous PC game studios. Any who have wanted to bring their games to consoles have worked with Ratalaika who have successfully brought a steady stream of games to the PS Vita, PS4 and more recently the Nintendo Switch. Paradox Soul is one such game, and is their entry into the Metroidvania horror genre…

It’s hard to keep up with Rataliaka’s releases. With a new game released weekly, there is something for everyone. Whether you love platform games, arcade titles, puzzle games or something different, they have catered for all types of gamers. For a publisher to do this is admirable. But for one to do so and to deliver games at such a low price, offering their games on PlayStation platforms for just £3.99 is even more impressive.

In the case of Paradox Soul, as with most Ratalaika games, it’s also Cross Buy with the PS4, offering the level of value for your money that you’d expect to find at monster casino. As I already mentioned, this one is described by the publishers as a Metroidvania title and is set in Iceland in 1987. It’s a horror-themed action exploration game. To find out more, and to see what I thought of it, you’ll have to watch my video review. And if you want to know what we scored it, you’ll need to stick around until the end of the video!

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