With around a year since it first hit the market, Play Station Vita has gained a decent reputation, mostly because of the high quality games released for this platform. From some points of view, the pocket gadget is slowly sinking. However, most gamers think differently. The multitude of games released throughout 2012 represent nothing but a warming up session. If you are thinking to purchase this hand held console, these games represent a must.
Gravity Rush is one of the few Play Station Vita games that can use all the gadget features. The action takes place in a shaded and suspicious city. The players gain full control over Kat, a good looking lady with special powers taken from her cat. Both her actions and movements are extremely realistic and this is the aspect that makes the difference. Moving Kat around is very intuitive and easy, making Gravity Rush a very striking release for enthusiasts.
If you think that a game has to fully overload the gadget and use all of its functions to be enjoyable, you are wrong. Rayman Origins has always been a basic game and the Play Station Vita release is just as common. This is the perfect sample that a game can be transposed to other platforms without any major changes. The production is very catchy and addictive, mostly because of the mind blowing level design and vibrant graphics. From many points of view, this is the best game in the world that does not star Mario. Therefore, it does not matter if you love the genre or not. Rayman Origins is a must for every Play Station Vita fan.
Uncharted – Golden Abyss
Most fans were quite anxious when Uncharted – Golden Abyss was released. The game had a few early releases on other platforms, so not too many people thought that it could be adapted to Play Station Vita. Fortunately, it was possible. The adventure is fitted with exotic scenarios and stunning adventures, not to mention about the sophisticated quests that train your mind a little. The game has both the humour and charm its previous versions brought in. There are more than 30 chapters to play, so this game can definitely keep you busy for a while.
Mortal Kombat is one of the most popular series in the world, regardless of the platform you played it on. The Play Station Vita release is just as helpful. The fighting experience is more intense than ever, but the best part is in the characters. You can find all the fighters from previous versions, whether you liked Freddy Krueger or Johnny Cage. Performing a fatality with the touch screen function is by far the most appreciated feature.
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection
The collection brings in two Play Station 2 releases, but in a high definition appearance. The touch screen controls represent a real challenge, but will also simplify everything once you become familiar with them. However, you may also rely on the traditional controls. All in all, you gain access to two of the best games ever developed for the platform, so the collection should not miss from your list.
Play Station Vita may be relatively new, but the games released for this hand held gadget are definitely impressive enough. The fans are barely waiting to find out what 2013 has in store for them.