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PlayStation Vita Games

Updated: 18-10-2018 04:33
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MLB 12: The Show (PS Vita)

Though this is the first appearance for the series on the PlayStation Vita, it is a fine introductory effort. While there are a few areas to improve upon, all signs indicate that future iterations of The Show for the Vita should be a joy to play....

12 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

alaScore 82

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational (PS Vita)

It's when you unlock the tougher courses that the beauty of the elegant controls is fully realized. Greens slant at chaotic angles, ensuring any shot longer than a yard or two requires careful concentration. Houses, windmills, and other structural...

12 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

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Smart as...

Parents need to know that Smart As... is a brain exercise game in the style of Brain Age . While younger children can enjoy some of the games, it is best suited for teens and adults. Some of the games are logic- and observation-based, while others...

10 expert reviews

alaScore 81

8GB PS Vita Memory Card.

" My sons ps vita needed a memory card to work I had forgot to get one every were else was sold out good wee memory card and Argos saved my bacon once again "

22 user reviews

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Little Deviants (PS Vita)

The novelty of using the various Vita control schemes is a fun reason to play Little Deviants, but score chasing generates most of the game's lasting appeal. The Deviants themselves add little to the package; their generic brand of wackiness and the...

35 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

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PS Vita Slim Essentials Pack.

" My 7years put his Psvita in the travel case and the zipper snapped. "

21 user reviews

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Assassin's Creed III: Liberation- PS Vita

Assassins Creed III: Liberation aspires for greatness but falls short in nearly every category. Weak graphics and gameplay hamper Avalene and a title that could’ve been so much more.

8 expert reviews

alaScore 79

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend (PS Vita)

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend’s" smooth combat and attractive sprites look great on the Vita’s screen. Its wealth of game modes also go a long way to justifying the package for fighting fans looking for more than just online challenge. This is...

6 expert reviews

alaScore 79

Dynasty Warriors Next (PS Vita)

Keeping an eye on the minimap is key because it tells you where both your forces and your opponent's are, letting you know if you need to hoof it back to your main base to play defense. Thankfully you're never a one-man army, and you can use the touch...

15 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

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FIFA Soccer (PS Vita)

What’s great about FIFA Soccer on the Vita isn’t just how it plays and looks now, but what EA should be capable of doing on the handheld in the future. This version of the game, as sparse as its modes are, sets quite a bar for the next incarnation. The...

5 expert reviews

alaScore 77

Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 (PS Vita)

The Vita version of the game employs a number of touch-screen controls, which work well for some activities and not so well for others. For example, throughout the game you have access to eight spells, acquired in stages and presented in a spell-wheel...

10 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

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Army Corps of Hell (PS Vita)

There is some strategy in advancing. Certain enemies are covered with flames or electrical currents, so you must use your magi while keeping your distance. Other enemies are vulnerable only from the back. A snake that erupts from the ground swallows...

20 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

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Virtua Tennis 4 (PS Vita)

Virtua Tennis 4 World Tour Edition" may be getting a bit old, but if you’ve not played it before this is certainly worth picking up with its slick game of tennis and quick loading times and games that are well suited to portable play. If you have...

5 expert reviews

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Resistance: Burning Skies (PS Vita)

I wish Resistance: Burning Skies had been braver and bolder. It's the first fully-fledged FPS on the Vita, and it has all those brilliant guns, but it doesn't strut around like Vita's first-person saviour. It's a reserved, almost lazy attempt, and...

29 expert reviews

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS Vita)

The biggest hurdle really is the price. If this were a cheaper downloadable game like its predecessors, it would be easier to recommend. As it is, it's hard to feel like you're getting a good deal when an almost identical experience is available on...

18 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

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Soul Sacrifice

Soul Sacrifice is a dark, addictive and brutal action-RPG that excels in aesthetics and rewarding combat. Poor A.I., repetitive foes and steep learning curve prevent it from reaching triple-A heights, however.

3 expert reviews

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Rayman Origins [PSVITA]

Fans of good old-fashioned 2D side-scroll platformers will appreciate Rayman Origins in their PS Vita games collection. The title looks and feels great on the new Sony portable console although a lack of co-op multiplayer is a bit of a disappointment.

2 expert reviews

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Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen (PS Vita)

There is certainly some satisfaction to be had in stealthily eliminating a whole camp of enemies, but Shinobido 2 delivers very little of it. Instead, it favors quantity over quality. The reuse of environments and introduction of a second playable...

19 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3- PSV

When the Vita lineup was announced one thing stood out to me; the system is bringing the thunder when it comes to fighting games. At launch we have BlazBlue and our title at hand, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Sure, this is essentially the same game we...

2 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

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ModNation Racers: Road Trip- Playstation Vita

ModNation Racers spins, shoots, and surges onto PlayStation Vita with a new career mode featuring over 20 tracks and three new weapon classes. For those unfamiliar with the series, ModNation Racers is a lighthearted racing game in the tradition of Mario K

4 expert reviews

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FIFA Soccer- PSV

No handheld launch would be complete without at least one solid sports title. For Vita, it seems only fitting that the best-selling sports game around the globe launch with the most powerful handheld. EA Sports has brought football (that’s soccer to us...

2 expert reviews

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Sumioni: Demon Arts (PS Vita)

Sumioni is a game you want to enjoy. The delicate artistic style and novel ink mechanics offer an enticing introduction, but the momentum halts after just a few hours. Once the novelty wears off, you're left with a competent brawler that repeatedly...

9 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

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F1 2011- PS Vita

is one of the finest sim racers on consoles you will find. Translating that type of a deep and engrossing experience to a handheld, especially one with new hardware, is a daunting task

4 expert reviews

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F1 2011- PlayStation Vita

Single-seat speed machines rip around re-creations of real-world racetracks, in the Vita launch of Codemaster's F1 motorsport simulation. On track with annual console editions in the series, the game is sanctioned by the F?d?ration Internationale de l'A

3 expert reviews

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Ridge Racer (PS Vita)

In a title that asks for so much grinding to be done to achieve any of its goals, be it global ranking or levelling up, the lack of content out of the box (or download) that "Ridge Racer" offers for the price is simply insufficient. I get the sense...

13 expert reviews | 4 user reviews