It Wasn’t A Sequel To Begin With
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My 3rd novel wasn’t meant to be a sequel to the 2nd novel in the first place. Then something happened. Characters began to beg to be included in the story. Thus, a sequel was born.

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PSP Game Review: Riviera – The Promised Land

Submitted by on September 18, 2010 – 01:57No Comment

To enjoy a believable story of good versus evil in Riviera (The Promised Land), you’ll have to first overlook the limited combat and exploration features in the game. Because the game functions are not all that great. Limited to one-press movement, all you need to do is press left, right, up or down to move from one scene to another. You don’t get to navigate your character within a frame to have a better look at things. For the adults, this makes the game extremely easy to play. I finished the entire story in 2 days. For younger children, this just might be the perfect adventure they crave for their PSP.

In Riviera (The Promised Land), you play the character of a Grim Angel, Ein, who loses his memory when he arrives at Riviera. In his journey to discover who he is, Ein is accompanied by a group of ladies who stand by his side as he fights demons and recover his identity. The story line is predictable and easy to grasp. I’m thankful for the pinch of romance and humour along the way that makes this game bearable for a quick entertainment that requires almost no-thinking at all.

Streamlined, compact and digestible – this game is suitable if you are on holiday and looking for some light entertainment while you travel. Definitely the perfect PSP games for children who craves for adventure without too much hiccups of technicality.

Note: Reviews are based on foundations stated HERE.

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