This should have been a Wii Sports for the PS Vita free offering. It's a great tech demo of what the system can do, but not at all a great game. Still for the cheap pricing strategy I'd say its not a bad deal. Hilarious hearing all these journalists complain about the pricing, but this technology has gotten so cheap.
Video Review - Little Deviants
After a week of putting the PS Vita through its paces, The HotSpot crew delivers its verdict on Sony's newest handheld.Posted Feb 15, 2012 | 69:20 | 8,971 Views
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Turn the Vita vertically to fire and shoot this deviant trying to get the activation codes.Posted Feb 13, 2012 | 2:30 | 86 Views
Use the touchpad to make the circuits connect the energy flow to save this little deviant.Posted Feb 13, 2012 | 2:30 | 88 Views
Roll this deviant around the map and transform the ground to your will.Posted Feb 13, 2012 | 2:30 | 1,693 Views
- Feb 13, 2012
Chris Watters puts the features of the PS Vita to the test with this video review for Little Deviants.
@zeldisco2009 wow people like you are so amaziing yeah lets rip on a brand new console that really is still coming out but sure your a pro reviewer rite ? thats why you dont work for gamespot but just comment on videos
Also, isn't the ad campaign for PSV focused on being better than what's on phones? Not the same thing with better graphics?
People who played this on streams think it is fun but it is a series of tech demos not a game. Feel the magic 2.
It looks like a collection of $.99 smartphone/tablet games. Maybe if they didn't waste some with gyro controls, and it was only $20...
@zeldisco2009 what are you talking about? Nobody expected Little Deviants to be any good. its a glorified tech demo. and if you'd bother to look outside of GS the rest of the PSVita's launch titles are getting much higher scores. but maybe you cant read anymore after ruining your eyes on the 3DS
wow Vitas third killer exclusive flops with a 6.0 after Uncharteds 7.0 an Wipeouts 7.5.Dead in Japan and soon dead in west should be Vitas motto.
It's fair ok,but it really looks very cool,and it does look a little bit for kids but it's not like that because you can have fun whatever your age..
you know i ll judge this when i play it, i can see it appealing to the younger generation of player, a good idea though from bigbig studios, its different and some good idea's like the back touch screen ball mode.
@shadowhunter0 Cool. 'Welcome Park' seems amusing enough. I'm hoping Gamespot can get a few more reviews up. I'm looking forward to what they think of Escape Plan.
@theJBlounge that is what welcome park is it is game that is already on the vita that shows you all the new features including the touchscreen rear touch pad motion controls camera the mic and maybe couple of others that I can't think of and it has trophies if you care for that type of crap
@PeterDuck I didn't like this game when I first saw it has well but from the demo it is actually pretty fun and addictive and I was surprise by that
I feel like this game or an abridged version should have been built into the Vita. As a demonstration of all of the Vita controls. Since I think the game seems amusing but definitely not worth $30.
Sperm whale... hahahaha. *ahem* I'm getting this game with the first edition bundle, and I'm still looking forward to playing it.