was worth the dollars invested great products and great attention from the vendor recommended 100%
22 February 2013
Summary: was worth the dollars invested great products and great attention from the vendor recommended 100% was worth the dollars invested great products and great attention from the vendor recommended 100%
Summary: i found the the game is just as fun as the ps3 version. the game play is just as fun plus it allows you to be just as creative as the ps 3 version. i liked how you can download the same karts and tracks and even characters you enjoyed on the ps3 version into this version as well or vice versa. while some claim the graphics were not as good as they should have been.
Summary: ModNation Racers for Vita seems like an unfinished product. It's a fun game for what it is, but doesn't feel like a complete game. No mutiplayer, and Ad-Hoc is only 1 vs 1 and only lets you race once before disconnecting you from the other Vita. I only paid 10 bucks for the game, so it was worth that price.
Summary: Constant framerate issues, loading times, and bare bones version compared to it's console version made this kind of frustrating to play. The fun is there if you are patient enough to stick around for it, but I can't help notice that this version just feels kind of plain or unfinished... I can't describe it exactly. It has no proper multiplayer and the small problems at the core of the gameplay really hinder this from being as fun as it was on the Console versions.
Summary: This game could have been the Mario Kart killer but it fumbled in so many places. After being majorly disappointed with Mario Kart 7 on 3ds I was looking for something to take it's place when i traded it in. Having enjoyed Modnation on PS3 I was hoping for the same experience on Vita. The game is still fun but is really cut down. No story mode and most of all no online play hurt the game a lot. It is not worth the asking price Sony set. I'd say $15 or $20 tops.