Average User Score: 8.2Nov 15, 2012WipEout 2048 is not a perfect game but it's probably the closest thing to perfect on the vita. The game is a great addition to the WipEoutWipEout 2048 is not a perfect game but it's probably the closest thing to perfect on the vita. The game is a great addition to the WipEout series and player can feel right at home whether they played every other game in the series or this is your first try. Unlike HD/Fury, 2048 runs at a constant 30 fps, dumbed down from 60, but still look smooth and graphically smooth. Also for people who previously bought WipEout HD/Fury, or got them for free during the PlayStation Welcome Back program, on the PS3 you get the free DLC that gives you the campaign for WipEout HD and Fury on the go. Sadly like I said 2048 is not perfect, incredibly long loading time and a few crash breaks the ambiance of the game but is all forgivable.
I give it a 9/10.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Nov 4, 2012When this game was announced, my question was "Will it sell vitas?" and the answer is sadly no. The game is good but not great, the story lineWhen this game was announced, my question was "Will it sell vitas?" and the answer is sadly no. The game is good but not great, the story line is going parallel to Assassin's Creed III's whilst not being that close. They could have added more incentives for duo purchase. Also I have noticed at a few point where the frame rate would drop considerably, mostly when many enemies are chasing you which sometimes led up to Aveline dying. For the multiplayer, I was expecting something awful mostly because lots of people were disappointed on various forums but I was rather pleased with it. Being a big chess and risk fan, I really enjoyed the territory aspect although they should have added a bit more strategy to it.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.0Oct 30, 2012Super Stardust Delta is a must for every Vita user. It is not a game that I ended up playing for hours on end but that is not why I bought itSuper Stardust Delta is a must for every Vita user. It is not a game that I ended up playing for hours on end but that is not why I bought it either. When I read online that Stardust was coming to the vita I thought "Finally I can play this game in my commutes." and well it's exactly what I expected. I live in a metropolitan area where my main means of transportation are walking, taking the bus or the subway and well when I'm on the bus or underground that's all I play. It is easy to get immersed and very easy to get out of which makes it perfect for short or long commutes and without the need to use internet to play at all it makes it perfect at all time. At 10$ the game it is the best value currently on the vita and though the DLC was not necessary it was a nice add-on and when you pay 15$ for both it's still pretty cheap.
If you own a vita and are running low on games to play, buy this, I spent 100s of hours on it and don't regret a single second.… Expand