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Best 7 Games for PlayStation Vita

Sony’s Playstation Vita is somewhat of a peculiarity: amidst all the smartphones, low-cost game apps, and touchscreen controls, Vita is hefty handheld option. Regardless, we are fond of this powerful gaming console and the wide variety of unique games you can play on it.

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1

Tearaway

Tearaway

Tearaway is bursting with imagination and makes the most of Vita’s portable platform. This 3D platformer takes place in a world made completely out of construction paper. However, the population of this world seems to be aware of your presence.

Due to the front-facing camera that streams a feed into the environment, they see your face as their sun. They can also feel the effects when your fingers tap the back of the system, which pokes a hole through the landscape.

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Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush

An adventure game featuring an open world, Gravity Rush is designed around a mechanic that truly feels new. Kat, the protagonist, can fall in every direction, thanks to her ability to influence the laws of gravity.

This creates a combination between flying and falling and makes for a distinctively disorienting, but extremely fun experience. The smart mechanics, combined with a superbly imaginative, enjoyable story, striking art design, rich visuals, and a wonderful soundtrack, make the game a real winner.

3

Danganronpa

Danganronpa

Danganronpa serves up a big helping of high school drama with murder on the side. This murder mystery/social simulator combines features from Persona, Clue, Battle Royale, and Phoenix Wright into a juicy mix of blood-spattered entertainment.

4

Trails of Cold Steel

Trails of Cold Steel

This is a game that’s described best as Persona meets Suikoden. Cold Steel has almost everything you could want in a turn-based RPG: combat that’s strategy-heavy, dialogue that’s well-written, environments that are great, and a twisty and fun story.

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Persona 4 Golden

Persona 4 Golden

Persona 4 Golden combines a hardcore RPG with a social simulator, resulting in startlingly addictive gameplay. While attending high school in Japan, you’ll take morning midterms, eat a steak lunch with your girlfriend on the roof, then head over to the mall to battle shadow monsters in a hazardous world that’s inside TVs. This is just a regular Japanese day in Persona 4 Golden.

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Virtue's Last Reward

Virtue's Last Reward

As a visual novel, Virtue’s Last Reward is mainly text, but don’t let that give you pause. The narrative branches of the game allow you to do certain things you can only do in a video game, and you’ll uncover a story that only a video game could tell. Trapped in a facility, nine people are forced to take part in a twisted kind of prisoner’s dilemma…but you can discover the rest.

7

Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2

Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2

The remastered versions of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 are at home on the Vita. They’re perfect for anyone who played the games before and want to experience them again.

Both games are well suited for on-the-go play, and due to the lengthy nature of both, you’ll be occupied while commuting for months.

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