Summary: I was soo hyped for this. Housemarque made great stardust games, and I love twin stick shooters and idea of killing zomibes (especially after watching walking dead series). But this game is just bad gameplay wise. It has lots of potential, but if you want to play good twinstick i recommend GEOMETRY WARS 2 - this is how this kind of games should be... It has one cool thing - multiplayer leaderboard, but damn that is the best aspect of the game and its really sad..
Summary: Dead Nation on the Vita is one of my favorite games. As an owner of all three versions (PS4, PS3, and Vita), I can honestly say the Vita version is my favorite way to play the game. Everything is highly detailed and the game overall looks fantastic. Despite what people are saying, the screen is not too small and the game is not too dark to enjoy on the Vita. After first playing the PS4 version I was worried about the switch to the Vita, especially the controls.
Summary: Really enjoyed the Vita version of this great game. I was surprised at how well it plays and how smooth the frame rate is considering how many zombies can fit onto the screen at any one time. Also find it to be quite tense when there's a lot happening. One of my favourite Vita games, while writing this I've completed it 6 times so far. I've certainly gotten my monies worth! I'd recommend this to anyone who has a Vita and wants a great game to play on the go.
Summary: I'm a sucker for any RPG or RPG-light elements in games.... and I get the itch once in a while for a good twin-stick shooter (like an over-head view where the left-stick moves and right-stick aims your weapon); so getting both in the same combo was worth trying out from the Playstation Store. This turned out to be an unexpected gem....
Summary: For a person who as not played the game on the PS3, I have found the game very enjoyable. At first I did not know what I was going or why, but spending a few hours playing I was able to get used to the control's. Now, I noticed that a lot of people are complaining about how the game is not bundles with the DLC and the fact that you cannot see your character during the day, because the screen is so dark, but in my honest opinion..
Summary: This would have been an OK time killer if not for being crippled by the tiny characters on a small dark screen. Half the time you die will be because your character got snagged on a piece of debris and got clobbered by an invisible enemy. Switching weapons is a chore since it requires you to take your finger off the left movement thumbstick to switch on the pad - an act that means death if you're being attacked by a horde or boss monster.
Summary: This just came out yesterday, and, so far, I couldn't be happier. I am always looking for something to add to my Vita collection, and this will fit the bill nicely. I have Dead Nation for quite some time on the PS3 and always found it to be an enjoyable take on the twin stick shooter genre. The graphics, in my opinion, were top notch, not the least of which was because of the awesome atmospheric lighting on display.