Summary: Super Stardust Delta may not be as big as some of the other Vita games but it is one of the best. The graphics are impressive and the soundtrack is great. The twin stick gameplay is fluid and faced paced with the accessibility and addictiveness that makes it a superb portable game.
Summary: This game deserves a nine for alot of very good reasons. This game, in my opinion, was the best launch title for the VITA and it really pissed me off that no-one was aware of how good it was that i knew. The graphics are a visual masterpiece for my eyes to feast on.
Summary: If you happen to have a PlayStation Vita, you have to pick this up (well you can't really pick it up because its a dlo (down load only) title, but you get my drift). This game is great fun, you will want to play through it many times for more then just a high score.
Summary: I really love this game. It's so conceptually simple, and yet it a lot of fun! Love the music and the graphics too! Can't really think of any major negatives besides the fact that when you're playing in Delta mode, you can easily accidentally trigger a move.
Summary: A great port of the PSN title for PS3, Super Stardust Delta looks, feels, and plays great on the Vita. Many people have picked it up as a free download from signing up with AT&T for a data plan on the Vita, and it's a pretty awesome freebie if you were going to get 3G service anyway.
Summary: For 10 bucks you definitely can't go wrong here. Hours of old-school, score-chasing fun. If you've ever felt a need for a nostalgic blast from past then this is the game for you. This has a very familiar side-scrolling shooter style gameplay modernized with dual-stick controls.
Summary: Super Stardust Delta is beautifully presented and controls a dream, and for only Â£5 it's a complete bargain. There are 3 different difficulty modes and 6 minigames to unlock which are extremely fun!
Summary: This game is a must buy for anyone who owns a PSV!!! The game play and the additional features thanks to the new inputs makes this better than the PS3 version. Visually the game looks amazing and the fun and additive nature of the game makes it perfectly suited for a handheld.