Submitted by stefhutch20 1110d ago | review

Smart As review | PS3 Attitude

PS3 Attitude: "Developed by Climax and Sony’s XDev studio, Smart As is a brand new puzzle game, most easily described as the Vita’s answer to Nintendo’s Brain Age series. Don’t hold that against it though, because Smart As is far more than a lazy clone of a six year old game. The title uses all the console’s features to create an experience that is only possible on Vita; but is it worth buying?" (PS Vita, Smart As) -

GribbleGrunger  +   1109d ago
This looks like an excellent game... but where are the adverts for it?
Hicken  +   1109d ago
I haven't seen too many ads for Vita games. ACIII has been it, really. Lots of ads for the Vita itself. It's being promoted a LOT on sports channels like ESPN right now. (During football games, which will get a lot of viewers.)
GreenRanger  +   1109d ago
I forgot all about this game.

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