Excerpt: If you wanted to get a PlayStation Vita on the 15th of February, a full week ahead of its standard launch in North America and Europe, you had to purchase what was called a “first edition bundle” that included a 3G version of the system, a carrying case, a 4GB memory card and a retail copy of Little Deviants . That effectively made the game the system’s first pack-in, which clears the way for it to be called one of the worst pack-in titles the industry has ever seen.
Excerpt: Little Deviants has bits and pieces scattered through it that are appealing and enjoyable to play, but clumsy, unintuitive gameplay, and the physical demands that gameplay makes, saps the fun out of the experience.
Pros: Oddly attractive aesthetic marriage of blocky structures and Rabbids-esque character design, the simplest mini-games have universal appeal, cats as trophies.
Cons: Frustratingly unintuitive, unintentionally exposes a number of control flaws in the Vita, designed to be played in uncomfortable positions, barely any real incentive to return to minigames.
Excerpt: Det kan være problematisk å holde styr på alle funksjonene til Playstation Vita. 3G, Wi-Fi, gyrosensor, GPS, frontkamera, bakkamera, augmented reality, trykksensitiv skjerm, trykksensitiv bakplate, analoge spaker, skulderknapper, styrekryss og mikrofon. For å nevne de fleste. Derfor har Sony sørget for å få utviklet Little Deviants , et spill som lærer deg å bruke de ulike funksjonene. Og lærerikt er det.
Pros: Ok demonstrasjon på Vitas muligheter
Cons: Kjedelige minispill uten mål og mening, overfladisk, finnes bedre gratisspillvarianter av dette til iOS