It’s hard to believe that Lulu was one of the first games to be released for the Nintendo 3DS, but that was the intention of the game’s creators, and it paid off in spades.
This week, we have a look at Lulu, a game that was released this past week for the PlayStation Vita, and we’re not going to lie, we enjoyed it.
There are a few minor complaints, but otherwise, it’s a fun, quirky game that will have you jumping, sliding and shooting like crazy.
It’s an arcade title, but it also offers a story that is very engaging and offers a fun and interesting way to introduce yourself to a franchise.
There’s not a lot to do in this one, but once you’re done, you’ll be able to download Lulu for free on the PlayStation Store, and while you’re there, you can also unlock additional content.
As we mentioned in the introduction, this game is an arcade game, and you can play it on the go with your PlayStation Vita.
It can be played either on a handheld or an on-screen display, but we found that the Vita’s touchscreen works best when you’re playing on the screen.
This is a good thing, because the controls and the camera are quite good, and the visuals look very good, too.
This game is a classic in its own right, and Lulu is certainly one of our favorites for a handheld title.
There aren’t many games that have this much charm, and this one is a very well-crafted, well-designed game that really captures its atmosphere.
We hope you’ll enjoy playing this fun and engaging title on your PS Vita as much as we do.
Check out our review of Lulu on the PS Vita, if you’re curious.
Lulu Review: PlayStation Vita