The PS Vita was deemed the “PS3 on the go”.
Then why must we constantly get lower quality titles on it than on the PS3?
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes was released recently both platforms. It looks FANTASTIC on the PS3, with a huge open world that you can even fly through as Superman. You return to your bat cave to do things like buy items and features and what not, then back out to adventuring and exploring.
On the Vita, and it has been confirmed that the game does NOT feature that open-world sandbox gameplay. We, instead, get a port straight from – wait for it – the Nintendo 3DS. A totally linear, lack-luster port from a system with half the power.
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I’ve been dying to find something good to play on my Vita. It’s been a while since I’ve bought it, and there really hasn’t been a great RPG created for it, so I went into the PSN to try and find something awesome.
For RPG fans in Japan, Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky has a huge following. It is celebrated as one of the great JRPG’s, and rightfully so. It never really made a splash in North America, but it’s a diamond in the rough, and definitely worth the $20 price tag.
I’ve always been a big handheld console fan since the early days. I remember getting my original Game Boy under the Christmas tree, unwrapping it and practically losing my mind with happiness. It was so advanced, I mean, it was basically a black and white hand held Nintendo! Throughout the years, I’ve owned practically every new hand-held and with the dawn of the PSVita, I began reminiscing over my past experiences (good and bad) with the portable gaming consoles.