Top PS Vita Games of 2012 (continued)
The best moments of Retro City Rampage come from a shared enjoyment of the past.
2048 isn't the best WipEout game in the series, but it's certainly a positive endorsement of Sony's latest portable hardware.
This is the best handheld football game ever, but it'll undoubtedly be convincingly beaten once EA has got to grips with the hardware - hopefully in time for FIFA 13 later this year.
A passionate tribute to the days when platform games ruled the Earth, but beyond that, it's also one of the best examples of the genre we've had in recent memory.
While it's clear Q Entertainment perfected the game's formula on their very first try, this iteration of the neon-lit puzzler is so charming and elegantly formed you'd be a fool to say no.
Gravity Rush is a very enjoyable game despite a few lengthy load times, a terrible name and an unimaginative character introduction
FuturLab's latest effort showcases the potential quality of high-quality, modest-price titles on a digital handheld storefront.
Metal Gear Solid HD collection on the home consoles remains the one to get, though Armature Studio's PS Vita version will still have plenty of value for handheld fans.
At four games in the LittleBigPlanet series feels less fresh than it once did, and new touch mechanics don't add as much to the experience as you might think.
Thanks to the excellent leaderboard integration RC offers a greater sense of competition than many standard racing games, and will tug at you time and time again.