Summary: I'm a former Monkey Ball master, having completed 100% of the first two games for the Gamecube, and again on the Xbox. I was disappointed with the other handheld and Wii versions of these games, as they moved away from the hardcore tough-as-nails rewarding ball-rolling madness, and more into kiddie mini-game fests with weird controls and uninspired levels.
Summary: Banana Splitz makes a great addition to the Monkey Ball series, and is a must-own for fans. For those who are familiar with the first two games and enjoyed the challenge of trying to complete all of the courses, Banana Splitz will still challenge the heck out of you on the Advanced setting. There are 50 Advanced courses which start off at a high level of challenge, rivaling the hardest levels on the first two games right from the start.
Summary: I love the Monkey ball games and was looking forward to the Ps Vita version and it did not disappoint. It is great. I love the mini games, they are especially fun with another person. And the challenge courses are the same as the on the counsel, but on vita you can choose to use the stick or tilt.
Summary: This game is a very unique game and a game vita owners should get if they want to experience all of what the vita can do. the graphics are perfect for the cartoon look and the gameplay is smooth and fun. its very challenging and very fun. the only thing wrong is that the game gets boring after a long time playing it.
Summary: When I first heard they were making a new Super Monkey Ball for the PS Vita, I was pretty excited. I've been playing them since the Gamecube days, and I loved the 3DS game. Unfortunately, the Vita game is a complete let down in every aspect. Apparently they built this one from the ground up, using all new mechanics and a new graphics engine. The graphics are pretty solid, bright and fun to look at.