Top PS Vita Games of All Time
The Vita has experienced a change in focus since it first launched back in 2012. First pitched as a portable with the power of a home console with the ability to carry blockbuster titles in your pocket, the Vita is now a home for PlayStation’s extensive library of indie titles.
Subscribers to PlayStation Plus have been spoiled with top quality free games every month, from Uncharted to Sly Cooper, Sony is almost making it hard for gamers to go out and buy Vita games thanks to the excellent freebies.
The portable also plays host to some of the best games from Japan. From Persona 4 Golden to Soul Sacrifice and BlazBlue, the Vita is an excellent console for Eastern gaming fans.
While the PS Vita may not be the console it initially set out to be, it is still an excellent portable that, thanks to PlayStation Plus, is a must-have with an incredible library that players can dive into for free.
From indies to triple-A, here is VideoGamer’s list of the very best Vita games of all time.
Not Vita's saviour, but another reminder of the machine's power.
Golden Abyss' limited spectacle and lacking script make it the worst entry in the Uncharted series since the original Drake's Fortune.
Everybody's Golf isn't an immediately exciting launch title, but it is one that you'll find yourself going back to time and time again.
For all the game's ambition, and for all the whimsy and mirth it is so capable of providing, it falls into the same trap as LittleBigPlanet - excruciating platforming.
The best moments of Retro City Rampage come from a shared enjoyment of the past.
A good game, but it definitely isn’t the killer app Sony could use right now.
An entertaining and intelligent skating game, but missing that extra spark.
Lands a little short of brilliance.
An engaging if somewhat infuriating puzzler, guaranteed to give those who hated maths terrible flashbacks.