Top 15 Best Handheld Video Games for PS Vita
Internet rumors say that the Vita has no games, and there is nothing attractive to buy it. I would like to do a tune-up on it, it is true that the game library does not contain as many headlines as we had hoped. From there to say there are no games, is very far from the truth – there are today more than 200 games available on this handheld.
With so many choices, we thought it might be useful to make a few recommendations for PS Vita owners and potential buyers. However, recommend the best PS Vita games to play is much harder than you think.
You can not sort by the tests available on the net, because these tests are generally the opinion and perception of a person and there are very few differences in the scores to determine an exact ranking worthy of the name.
However, after several successful research on several forums, Facebook groups and a lot of surveys, I realized what seems to be the perfect hits of the Vita. So without any further ado, here is a list of the top fifteen Best Handheld Video Games for PS Vita.
1. Gravity Rush
Even years after its release, Gravity Rush remains one of the best handheld games Ps Vita. Unique of its kind, the game has stood out thanks to its charming comic style and gameplay on Vita. A sequel was born since on the portable console from Sony and the PS4. A must – have.
With Iota and Atoi, messengers, Tearaway is a game full of charm, color, and humor and has impressive gameplay. Tearaway, another example of what can be achieved with the capabilities of the Vita, without ever forcing. The short duration of life will make you appreciate every minute of it. Expected no less of the talented team of Media Molecule.
3. Persona 4: Golden
Persona 4: Golden fits comfortably in this ranking of the best games Ps Vita. This improved version of the game initially released on PS2 remains one of the best games of this kind available on all platforms nonetheless.
This improved version will even rework the original story by including a new character and a new arc of the game for those who had already completed the game. This game is merely mandatory for every owner of the Vita.
4. Muramasa Rebirth
Muramasa Rebirth is assumed as a true standard bearer of the classic action-RPG from Vanillaware. The game shines and dazzles on the OLED of the Vita. It is not only the most beautiful game of Vita, but it is also a game where it takes a real pleasure to play.
Immersive, elegant and full of action, campaigns of Muramasa Rebirth, his demonic swords hidden, its extensive exploration and other options are enough to occupy you for a long time. If you have never played Muramasa: the demon on the Wii blade, the Vita version is a great way to catch up.
5. Uncharted: Golden Abyss
The game is fantastic, and it’s an impressive launch for the PlayStation Vita title. The game is beautiful and fun with tons of items collection, lots of laughs, and some neat twists on a franchise very familiar to fans of PlayStation. The game had promised an Uncharted: Golden Abyss experiment on a handheld console, and the promise has been kept.
6. WipEout 2048
I really enjoyed my time with Wipeout 2048. This is a Ps Vita fun and very explosive Handheld Video Game. If this is your first Wipeout game, chances are you’re having fun there. This launch game certainly ticked all the right boxes for fans of the series.
Fast, frantic, beautiful and addictive, it really is a game that you have to experiment. With many different Championships, a long-term multiplayer and additional DLC – which is cross-buy and cross-play with the PS3 version – you cannot but be impressed by WipEout.
7. Soul Sacrifice
This isn’t a typical title Monster Hunter, and he adopts a much more mature approach that most of the other – it’s a game of sacrifice of the soul, which consists to snatch the souls of people and consume energy.
With confusing gameplay and action to perfection, visuals improved from the original, and tons of new content – the final version of Soul Sacrifice offer a rich experience to those who want to put in the time. Whether you’re playing for minutes or hours at a time, it is an addictive and enriching experience.
8. DanganRonpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
Danganronpa pushes the mystery of the murder to a whole new level. The game is a beautiful fusion between Visual novel modeled on investigations and the trial of murder as Phoenix Wright. His offbeat humor – all made better by good writing and interesting characters – is continuously disrupted by the seriousness of the plot, creating a unique adventure that Vita players to experiment. Danganronpa is a must for those seeking an experience based on the story through a twisted resolution of crimes and chaos world.
LittleBigPlanet PS Vita is indeed the definitive game LittleBigPlanet. That’s all that you liked (or maybe not) of the games past, compiled in a game that you can play anywhere and at any time. You can collect Prize bubbles while watching television, download levels created by users at home, then read it on a plane, and spend hours learning the design view by pieces of 10 minutes to the laundry room. Then, there are novelties, like the touch controls, games that do not involve Sackboy, and the potential of creation which gives you an infinite number of free games. Yes, the invention is complicated and a bit too long loading time, but this does not prevent LittleBigPlanet PS Vita from being an incredible experience.
10. Virtue’s Last Reward
This suite is more twisted, more brutal, and more memorable than the first volume, she solidified Zero Escape as a series, and it’s an experience that I recommend to all players – if you are over 18 years old. Virtue’s Reward Last built an unforgettable story about the dilemma of choice: are you going to cooperate you, or will you betray? There is a choice to make, however, when it comes to knowing if you should or not buy it. Do it. Buy it now. It shouldn’t be a timeline created in which we don’t have played this game.
11. Killzone Mercenary
A real demonstration of what the Vita was in the belly. It has everything you can dream a game PlayStation Vita, soundtrack and visuals to the equivalents of a home console, using all the features of the keys, combined with unique gameplay. Killzone Mercenary is a title that should be included in all the owners of Vita collections! Killzone: Mercenary finally offers what the owners of Vita claimed: a shooting game in the first person which will keep them not only occupied for a long time but helps them justify their purchase of PS Vita in the first place. Mercenary is an excellent game of shooting, designed for shooting hardcore fans. There is a lot to like here–even if his campaign is terribly short – how Contracts promises wild multiplayer. Killzone: Mercenary is not only the promise of a high FPS. This is a high FPS.
12. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair
Danganronpa is a MUST-PLAY for all those who enjoyed the first episode. It’s as simple as that. The series as a whole is also very highly recommended for all fans of the Visual novel genre. The game pushes the bar even higher than the first, in fact. The plethora of extras are the main reason, but excellent history and narration are really the stars of this game (and series).
13. Dragon’s Crown
Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation is a simplified version of the Assassin’s Creed franchise. As complete as any game console, every aspect seems to have been carefully worked. The game release is part of the series of the AC, and she can be proud to stand next to your other favorite Assassin’s Creed. If you are looking for a reason to buy a PS Vita, it’s probably this one.
15. Toukiden: Kiwami
There is nothing terribly wrong with Toukiden, but there is nothing extraordinary either. It’s a well-designed, very entertaining and not very ambitious, demonic action game without the depth and character of Monster Hunter or the startling and frightening of Soul Sacrifice strangeness.
There are better than that available on the Vita. However, for the coop online on a handheld, this game will keep you playing for hours on many levels and boss.
And you, how many of these titles have you and is there some titles that you think you have missed? We will come back in a few months, but until then, why not tell us what would have been your list?