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Super Stardust Delta

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Overall 8
7.5

Super StarDust Delta

Destructoid
2 September 2013
  • Summary: Super Stardust HD is considered one of the premium PlayStation Network titles available, and one of the most dazzling retro re-imaginings a nostalgic gamer can get his or her hands on. It's a perfect choice to showcase the PlayStation Vita's digital offerings, providing simple gameplay that's easy to get into, alongside rich visuals that show off the new handheld's technical power.
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Overall 8
8.0

Super Stardust Delta review

GamesRadar
24 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Super Stardust has become wildly popular in a very short period, first as a staple of many PS3 owners’ collections as Super Startdust HD was the first game to support trophies, then as a not-as-stellar PSP title. It’s inevitable that the franchise would come to the PlayStation Vita, and Super Stardust Delta makes a beautiful leap to Sony’s new system.
  • Pros: A handheld Super Stardust with twin sticks!, Gameplay that takes real advantage of the Vita hardware, Online leaderboards
  • Cons: Trying to crack through it on higher difficulties, Missing your stop thanks to a stubborn boss fight, That empty feeling when you’ve completely and utterly cracked it
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Overall 8
8.0

Classic twin-stick space shooter has only inanimate zapping.

Common Sense Media
4 May 2012
  • Summary: Parents need to know that Super Stardust Delta is a classic twin-stick space shooter available only through the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Vita . It has some violence -- tiny ships explode -- but it's both mild and fantastical. Players never see anyone get hurt. While there is some opportunity for players to form strategies, the experience is primarily reactive in nature. Kids will hone their reflexes and not much else.
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Overall 9
9.0

Super Stardust Delta Review

AtomicGamer
2 April 2012
  • Excerpt: I might be a bit late jumping on the Vita bandwagon, having gotten the system about a month after release, but Sony has ensured that I'll get all of those wonderful early-adopter annoyances along with having to buy a ridiculously-priced memory card instead of getting one free at launch.
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Overall 9
9.0

Super Stardust Delta Review

Strategy Gaming Online
2 April 2012
  • Excerpt: I might be a bit late jumping on the Vita bandwagon, having gotten the system about a month after release, but Sony has ensured that I'll get all of those wonderful early-adopter annoyances along with having to buy a ridiculously-priced memory card instead of getting one free at launch.
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Overall 9
8.5

Super Stardust Delta Review

PlayDevil
26 March 2012
  • Summary: In the mass of downloadable Vita launch games it is fair to say there are few rotten apples, but " Super Stardust Delta " still manages to make a mark for itself. Taking the ever popular twin-stick shooter PSN/SEN title and tailoring it to the device with some fantastically intelligent control changes, it manages to not only be a perfect fit for the system but also a technically impressive title at a barging price.
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

Realm of Gaming
21 March 2012
  • Excerpt: When I was but a young man taking my first steps into high school, something amazing happened. SEGA, whose ass had been thoroughly kicked in the 32-bit era, released the Sega Dreamcast, and it was astounding. A few years later, my father (whose job included him traveling around a lot) brought home a strange Japanese shmup called Ikaruga . Its color-switching mechanics and poignant visuals made the game feel almost like poetry in motion.
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Overall 10
10

Review - Super Stardust Delta

Game.ie
7 March 2012
  • Summary: While it’s true that many people may cringe at the very idea of forking over all that money for a PlayStation Vita simply to play top down twin-stick shooters, there’s certainly a lot to be said for the genre on the mobile format. For starters, you don’t need to worry about keeping up with plotlines on busy public transport if you don’t have your earphones handy. Nor do you have to concern yourself about only being able to play for short bursts.
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Overall 9
9.0

Super Stardust Delta Review

DailyGame
22 February 2012
  • Conclusion: — Addictive gameplay that demonstrates the power of having two thumbsticks on a handheld device. The multiplayer options are more than adequate, and although there aren’t technically a lot of levels, the very nature of the game will keep you coming back time and again.
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Super Stardust Delta Review

GameSpot
17 February 2012
  • Excerpt: With their bright colors and dazzling explosions, the Super Stardust series of dual-stick shooters can induce a trancelike state in which you're entirely caught up in the action. The PlayStation Vita features one of the brightest and most dazzling screens to ever grace a handheld device. So Super Stardust Delta is a fitting launch game for the Vita's download store.
  • Pros: Colorful and captivating visuals, Enjoyable dual-stick shooting, Good leaderboard implementation spurs you on to beat your friends
  • Cons: Very similar to numerous other games in the genre, Only two main modes of play, Unlockable minigames add little to the package
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