Summary: This is by far one of the most impressive ports of a game that I've seen on the Vita, the controls are solid and its easy to pick up and play. Visually the game is on par with its console counterpart making it one of the most colorful and bright games on the vita to this day. However,the fact that this game is a port means that it is what it is, a port. The only Vita exclusive mode in the game is the touch battle mode which is not too stellar in my book.
Summary: Well the game is great for having a great time, all still remain like in the console version but the stages are like frozzen most of ones, the great thing is that you can collect the herald colors by NEAR app so its good.
Summary: Great everything, minus a lack of story. Heroes and Heralds definitely helps and makes it up for it. Works well on the go, and it feels as though nothing was sacrificed in transition to this handheld.
Summary: I recently bought this game and i was blown away!The amazing colors and graphics and just beautiful.And the combat was fast paced,hard, and over all super fun.But theres something else.the offline mode has NO OTHER CONTENT THEN FIGHT!!On offline mode all u can choose is arcade which is just when u face 5 teams and then battle the boss! which gets very boring!
Summary: The game is a revamped edition of Fate of Two Worlds. It has more characters, new modes, and online play seems to be better. This is my first VITA game I bought and I have to say it is a good game to pass the time. I am a fan of the series and like how some of the characters got either upgrades or downgrades. It also brings out your competitive spirit with a friend or just trying to unlock all the trophies.
Summary: It is very much like the console version but ported over to the vita. Control are a little hard to get used to at first and aren't as quite as good as a regular xbox or ps3 controller but are more than good enough. Only major difference between this and the console version are the graphics and visuals are toned down but that is expected.