Top Rated in PlayStation Vita Games

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Top rated products in PlayStation Vita Games

4.8 | 996 customer ratings
96% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
This is, truly, my favorite JRPG series of all time, and I have to warn you the cover art is misleading. If you think "oh I know what this game is going to be like" by looking at the art, you're probably going to be surprised. But actually describing the game is also pretty difficult. It's complex, it's nuanced, it's part of a series of
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By Elisabeth Michaels
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel - Decisive Edition is an excellent RPG that fans old and new will love. For starters, this game is packaged with a beautifully designed steel case, a CD with music on it, a 50 mira coin, and an instruction manual with little comics in the back! Talk about getting your money's worth! Whats new in
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By Brandon
Very good JRPG. As a person who grew up playing certain other JRPGs (Evolution Worlds, Alundra, etc.) this game reminds me of a mix of Skies of Arcadia and a bit of Persona. The main reason how I stumbled onto this game was the fact that I wanted to play an old school feel of a JRPG with turn based combat (which is a dying breed sadly).
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By Diijon G
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4.7 | 693 customer ratings
90% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
For someone who is casual with the series and who recently 2017 jumped the vita wagon this game, omg guys, just impressed me in so many ways. I honestly feel that this game is worth buying a vita for, it's that freakin good. When I'm playing it I seriously forget I'm playing a portable game because of the level of depth and quality that
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By Auggie Rangel
This game is for the fans. It was an interesting dilemma buying hardware just to play this game but after letting the sting of that cost slowly heal, I can say this game makes us the bitter memories of dropping money on a PS Vita. The characters are unfazed by the transition to more mobile hardware and it actually plays to its creative
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By Roberto Moedano
As a little background, I have not owned a portable gaming console since the original gameboy. I do heavily game on home consoles though (mostly PS3). I have also never played any of the Uncharted series (I hope to pick up the PS3 Uncharted's soon).

For those completely unfamiliar with this game or the Uncharted series, think
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By JC
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4.8 | 357 customer ratings
97% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
...don't fix it, and fortunately, Sega has continued a winning formula with the 2nd installment of Project Diva F. Chances are, if you're thinking about buying this game, you know what to expect, but after putting in a few hours day one with the game, here are some observations.

The core gameplay is intact from the first
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By Synchronicitized
For a while, I've been wanting a physical Project Diva game for my vita. Sega of America finally made this dream possible with F 2nd. Boy am I happy owning this game. F 2nd has some of the best songs from previous PD games, only this time, they look better. It's my favorite so far in the series. The only thing that could make this game
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By Francisco
Great game, on my Seiki 43 inch tv, @ 1080p, it looks fantastic, characters have plenty of custumes, and songs are more challenging than ever. Also has plenty of fanservice for those that want it, and plenty of other game options as well, including visiting your characters own room, and petting them. Only con I can think the game has is
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By Albert O
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4.7 | 554 customer ratings
90% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
As far as Mortal Kombat--or any fighting game, for that matter--goes, the unbelievable amount of content here is beautiful. Not only does this include everything in the Komplete Kollection for consoles (The original + All DLC for it), but it adds a massive "Bonus Challenge Tower" that includes Vita-specific minigames that are all very
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By Kindle Customer
Written by my son, the gamer:

"Being new to the Mortal Kombat universe, I bought the game because of the good reviews the game received, and I was not disappointed. Upon starting the game, I noticed how creative the main menu was; an animated scene with Scorpion punching Sub Zero was certainly original, and is certainly high
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By Stack
THIS GAME ODDLY FEELS DONE A BIT RIGHT ON THE VITA(ALTHOUGH THEY DOWNGRADED THE GRAPHICS A LOT TO ALMOST PS1 STATUS..2 STARS OFF FOR THAT-OBVIOUSLY😒 & 1 MORE FOR THE CHEATY BS Bonus CHALLENGE TOWER IN ORDER TO GET THE CLASSIC COSTUMES..OF COURSE!?)
I CAN HONESTLY SAY THIS PORT IS RECOMMENDABLE(NOT FOR ITS LOOKS THOUGH)
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By J
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4.7 | 530 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
If I remember right the Vita was 350 dollars at the time and I bought it for the sole purpose of playing this game on the go. What a great game! A classic RPG! The only other RPG’s I liked better was Star Wars MMO and Final Fantasy 7. I remember being about 24 years old and playing Final Fantasy 8 with my ex–girlfriend. I played and
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By SS
What a treat this title is for people that missed out on the initial releases over 10 years ago. Not only are do you get upgraded graphics, but also the International versions of each game, which many missed out on due to the PS2 being region restricted. I recall those days of frustration well, but enough of the nostalgia, on to the games
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By Alex F.
Great games that are beautifully remastered. That's not what I'm here to say. If you are buying this game USED, be warned, FFX-2 is obtained through a DOWNLOAD CODE that was included with the game when it was NEW. It's likely that the CODE has already been REDEEMED if you are purchasing it USED. I'm not blaming the seller I just wish it
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By CompGenius
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4.7 | 494 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Sadly, the PS Vita version does not include Peace Walker, but you can purchase it from the PS Store and map the second analog stick for an even more enjoyable experience than the PSP version I love so dearly. I remember playing these ground breaking expansive games on the PS2 back in the day and here they are in the palm of my hand. No,
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By Chris E. Dimock
This has two of my favorite games ever! I remember when Metal Gear Solid 2 came out and everyone was shocked that you didn’t play as Snake but as Raiden. At first they hated it but after playing it it became a classic. Raiden is a great character! Almost on par with Snake although he is a little whiny but that gives him his charm. Such
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By SS
These games still hold up to this day. I remember playing these on the PS2 and later the Xbox 360. After being in lockdown and finding a decent PS Vita, I had to buy these games once more. While everyone always like to say MGS2 is not a good game, it shows how much that the creator cares for it and how to do a sequel that does not hate
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4.7 | 414 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Such an adorable, cute and fun game! It LITERALLY puts YOU in the game using the PS Vita's camera! I had nothing but doubts and fears about this game before playing it, even after watching reviews of it online, but I am so, so glad that I bought it because it brought me so much joy playing and there is so much replay value to it as well!
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By JB
What do you get when even Shigeru Miyamoto (creator of Mario) plays your competition PS game and say wow I wish I thought of this. You get Tearaway, this actually happened at E3 where people were stunned. I got to play this early this year at the gamepro expo and was surprised at how fun this is. It uses all the vita functions front and
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By J Hernandez
I picked up a Vita bundled with my Playstation 4. I had heard great things about this game, and it was among the first I purchased right off the bat. People talk about the Vita having a lack of games, but I'm not finding that to be the case; there are enough AAA+ titles to keep me occupied for a year, and the Vita only seems to be
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By dookerJ
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4.7 | 413 customer ratings
87% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
This one has a lot of glowing reviews extolling the virtues of the best first person shooting game for the vita. Those reviews are well deserved too. I tried the online multi player recently, and there are still lots of games going on. However, for me it's going back to a game and just playing for the sheer hell of it that keeps me coming
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By mr dead
I was once dispatched by Jeff Rothschild to help out Id Software on Quake's networking code on DOS. After I was done with the work, I was invited by Carmack, Romero, and Cash to a friendly LAN game of Quake. "We'll give you all the weapons and come after you with axes." That match barely lasted 15s, with me dead and all I was
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By Piaw Na
As far as quality gameplay, and graphics, it does not get any better than this on Vita.

This is by far the closest to a handheld PS3 game you're gonna get. The graphics and gameplay are near perfect for a vita game. Can't ask for more. The single player is great fun to play as well. The story isn't great, which is usually a
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By Hugo Stiglitz
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4.7 | 399 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I was in high school when tekken was a thing on the PlayStation. I still remember when a friend of mine told me he had it on the way to maths class. Long story short, I still can't do trigonometry. Didn't need it either.
Wow, how much this has changed. There are so many new modes and little touches like costume changes. Law has a
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By mr dead
Buying this version rekindled my enjoyment of this game. It tied into my PS3 version, in that the characters I unlocked were available already. The graphics aren't dumbed down noticeably, but the screen backgrounds lack the animations found on the PS3 version. I was a little miffed at first because I didn't understand the rear touch
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By Luke
I kind of don't like this game. I love fighting games, playing guilty gear, smash bros, skull girls, and pokken tournament over the course of my gaming career, I have to say this title kind of sucks. While games like guilty gear and skull girls are accessible but have a sky high skill ceiling, this game didn't feel accessible at all. I
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By LJS
4.6 | 615 customer ratings
90% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
TL;DR: A bit slow to start and may seem a bit of a drag during the second route as it's the same narrative but from the other side's PoV, the story really picks up in the second half game. You will fight the camera a lot and need to refer to the map in the corner of your screen to see where you're going and find the portals to the other
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By Alexis
A very enjoyable game! Though it has fewer stages than Musou games I've played in the past, I'm still getting plenty of entertainment value out of it! That said, I'm an avid Fate/ fan so I can't say how people who are unfamiliar with the franchise will feel about it.
The translation is great as well! They made sure to use terms that
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By JP
I had already bought the fate/Extella Limited Edition version for the PlayStation 4. GameStop had a clearance sale and I couldn't pass up a "new" open box display version for only $20. The goodies inside were rather neat and I started playing the game almost immediately. A few days later, curiosity got the better of me and I jumped on
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By The Tylander
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4.7 | 316 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
A direct re-release on the PlayStation Vita of Oboro: Muramasa (also known as Muramasa the Demon Blade), originally released on the Nintendo Wii. Muramasa: Rebirth is an RPG arcade style side scrolling hack and slash game. It is decently comperable to Dragon's Crown and Odin Sphere in both art team and gameplay. I found that having two
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By Jacob M.
Yes indeed, Vanillaware is one of the most talented developers working in the video game industry today. I really cannot think of a single VW game that wasn't filled to the brim with inspiration and refinement. Muramasa: The Demon Blade was originally released as a game for the Nintendo Wii. However, it had originally been built for HD in
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By Relytia
This game fun initially and its graphics that favor art style are great to those who find that appealing however its constant repetitive action gets dull shortly after, and because of that in my opinion would also make replaying chapters or the entire game again less of an optimistic approach.

So basically you get to be a girl
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By Joe Cussack
4.7 | 316 customer ratings
92% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
A direct re-release on the PlayStation Vita of Oboro: Muramasa (also known as Muramasa the Demon Blade), originally released on the Nintendo Wii. Muramasa: Rebirth is an RPG arcade style side scrolling hack and slash game. It is decently comperable to Dragon's Crown and Odin Sphere in both art team and gameplay. I found that having two
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By Jacob M.
Yes indeed, Vanillaware is one of the most talented developers working in the video game industry today. I really cannot think of a single VW game that wasn't filled to the brim with inspiration and refinement. Muramasa: The Demon Blade was originally released as a game for the Nintendo Wii. However, it had originally been built for HD in
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By Relytia
This game fun initially and its graphics that favor art style are great to those who find that appealing however its constant repetitive action gets dull shortly after, and because of that in my opinion would also make replaying chapters or the entire game again less of an optimistic approach.

So basically you get to be a girl
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By Joe Cussack
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4.8 | 215 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Oh my goodness, I adore this game. I played Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc several years ago and actually started this sequel right after I finished THH, but for whatever reason I stopped playing within a few hours in. The beginning I think is a bit slow if you're coming straight from the heart stopping end of the first game, so I
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By Kai
I truly recommend playing through the first game due to the much more controlled setting and plot progression having allowed me to get used to the way Danganronpa does things without the many distracting elements of the second game. This episode has much more distraction and the settings are greatly varied compared to the subtle, yet
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By Adam C. Misra
I REALLY want.to give this 5 stars, but it's definitely 4.5 at most. Simply because they changed the whole feel of the game(for those who played pt. 1) when they changed the style of things like the names of the mini action games during the trial and their controls. Other uneasy changes like being pressured into raising pets and leveling
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By Sakura x Juri
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4.5 | 1,591 customer ratings
87% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Its a memory card, what else can I say about it?

Well... the price was not good. Considering I spend as much as it would cost to get a 1U class card... (RAW 4K streaming)... Which I am pretty sure this cannot do. So I am kind of upset at Sony when they have to rely on silly formatting to keep consumers from using their own
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By Kyle
The product itself is fine. The seller on Amazon is perfect, but shame on Song for making this unnecessary proprietary memory format in the first place. Their pricing feels outright disrespectful to their
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By Tim
I wanted to write this review to sort of give people the benefit of learning from my mistakes. I love the vita and would recommend anyone get it if you love gaming. Yes, Sony killed it, and not many new games are going to appear. Cartridge games are getting wildly over priced and harder to find. So you need memory.
I made mistakes. I
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By mr dead
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4.6 | 461 customer ratings
89% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
I get motion sickness with games like this. I'm going to play it anyway. I love the animation style in this game. Open world, everything is beautifully drawn. You can spend time just wandering around exploring this fantastic world. Or better, you can float. So unique as far as I know, your character can alter gravity to allow you to soar
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By mr dead
Still giving a 4 star, though.

While unique to Vita, I think I am going to try the remake version on PS4. I tried to play for a while on my Vita, but I got motion sick pretty quickly and the game itself was beginning to tire me out, in a bad way.

The art style, presentation, and premise is still appeal to me though.
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By Julia
Short Review:

Playing this game takes me back to the early 2000's during the PS2 golden age of gaming. It really feels like a Japanese PS2 game both visually and creatively.

The game is fun. I actually really got into it. I will say though that I don't care about the fighting very much. The aerial acrobatics can get
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By Max
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4.7 | 282 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Intro:

Y’s: Memories of Celceta is an action role-playing game that can also just be classified as a Japanese role playing game. It was released on the PlayStation Vita on September 27, 2012 in Japan and November 26, 2013 in North America. It was developed by Nihon Falcom Corporation, who is known for several popular
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By Courtney L. Osborn
Falcom is quickly becoming my go to developer for my action rpg fix. I'm pushing 40, so i grew up on the likes of Zelda Link to the Past and Final Fantasy 6. I had not seriously played games for many many years until I discovered Falcom's Trails of Cold Steel and fell in love with it and started giving more of their games some time. Ys
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By Brian G
Graphics:
They're okay but nothing really special what I do like though is the creativity in the design of the game creatures and world. To be honest the feel almost like PS2 graphics at times which is still impressive for the Vita but come on I've seen Uncharted on this baby and I know it can do better than
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By Alex
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4.7 | 282 customer ratings
94% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Intro:

Y’s: Memories of Celceta is an action role-playing game that can also just be classified as a Japanese role playing game. It was released on the PlayStation Vita on September 27, 2012 in Japan and November 26, 2013 in North America. It was developed by Nihon Falcom Corporation, who is known for several popular
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By Courtney L. Osborn
Falcom is quickly becoming my go to developer for my action rpg fix. I'm pushing 40, so i grew up on the likes of Zelda Link to the Past and Final Fantasy 6. I had not seriously played games for many many years until I discovered Falcom's Trails of Cold Steel and fell in love with it and started giving more of their games some time. Ys
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By Brian G
Graphics:
They're okay but nothing really special what I do like though is the creativity in the design of the game creatures and world. To be honest the feel almost like PS2 graphics at times which is still impressive for the Vita but come on I've seen Uncharted on this baby and I know it can do better than
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By Alex
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4.7 | 275 customer ratings
93% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
First off let me say this. I was not really into playing this game at all. I watched a few episodes of the anime with a friend online last year and thought it was not that bad but i felt like the animation was copied from Yu-Gi-Oh. Over time this series kept picking up attention and was praised as one of the best game series on the Vita
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By Phillip Perez
Before I get into specifics of the game, I'll lay some ground work as to the story (spoiler free of course).

You are Makoto, a very average teen-age boy chosen to join the elite "Ultimate" students at Hope's Peak Academy. The school is the institution of many ultimate students, who are the best at what they do. Only the best
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By Deadcell
Yes, this is one of those "Visual Novel" games that Japan has in abundance. We get very few of them translated directly, but as soon as I found out about this and what it was kinda about, I just had to get it.

And I loved it.

The gameplay during any free time is easy, you can go wherever you have available
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By Silena Buckelew
4.6 | 403 customer ratings
91% of the ratings are 4-stars or 5-stars
Right out of the bat a lot of people will figuratively burn me at a bonfire because of the title of my review, please keep reading as I explain in detail why I said what I said.

The Legend of Heroes is a somewhat niche RPG franchise developed by Nihon Falcom, a Japanese developer mostly known for their long running Y’s RPGs,
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By Roberto
This is without a doubt, one of the finest games on the vita. It's hard to really put into words, but the world in this game just feels ALIVE. Every time there is even a small advancement in plot, the dialogue of every single NPC available changes. I could tell you the names of a dozen NPCs you see throughout the course of the game, about
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By Adriana
I picked this game up based off of a lot of comparisons to Persona 4 Golden. I really enjoyed that game and thought I would give this one a spin. Now in reality, how close in likeness are the two games? Well they both have high school students as the main characters, there are social links you can develop when you spend time with people
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By J. Butler