Summary: I'll start off by saying that Unit 13 is fun, but flawed. Gameplay wise it will have you hooked, at first, then you'll grow tired of the same maps that you will have to grind so you can progress. The cover mechanics are fairly good with a couple glitches, but not enough to get you killed. The in-game physics are nice, nothing to complain about except that every once and a while the enemies will be blown 50 feet in the air.
Summary: Unit 13 is a military first-person shooter. You can choose between six different operatives, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. At first, there is only one mission available, but by completing each mission, you unlock another. There are forty-five missions in total. You can earn up to five stars for each mission. For every twenty stars you obtain, you unlock a high-value target mission.
Summary: I got this game with my Vita as a part of the summer promotional and I almost immediatly fell in love with it. The graphics were good and the gameplay was fluent without any gliches that I noticed. It's a third person shooter that switches between run and gun, stealth, and speed run missions which is alright but the health bar allows you to get hit only a few times before dying and even though there are like 10 classes, if you don't use the reccommended one the level is...
Summary: I just got my PS Vita yesterday and I decided to choose this game. There is really no storyline just a bunch of fun adventrous missions! You can custimize your weapons and change charcters! In my opinion one of the best shooters out there for this system.
Summary: While it lacks a story and narrative, the reason why you should get Unit 13 is simple. It's REALLY FUN! the gameplay is awesome, mainly because i love 3rd person shooters, and the joy of a rare and victorious head shot whilst running around, makes you feel like a boss.
Summary: I just bought a Playstation Vita today and this is the game that I decided that I wanted to purchase first, and I don't regret it. The game doesn't have a storyline but it does have great levels that are fun for fans of all kinds of shooters, there are some tactical based levels, some rush in and kill everything levels, and sniper levels, but my favorite part is that just because a level is supposed to be taken as a run and gun mission the game doesn't make you play that...
Summary: The game is fun and full of action, the visuals are really clean and look great on the Vita's OLED screen. The controls are on par with what you'd find on the home consoles. But, the biggest gripe that I have with it is not so much the game but SONY's requirements to the users that purchase the Download Digital version or USED chip from the retail store. You'll have to to buy an additional OnLine Pass for $9.99 is you want to play the game with a buddy for co-op play.