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Submitted by arturod 628d ago | review

Review Smart As... | 4News.it

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PlayStation Vita version tested.

In such a delicate moment in terms of sales and software for PlayStation Vita is reasonable to expect that Sony will try to expand as much as possible his offer playful. And this time he does it with Smart As. ..

However, there are titles that better than others can be adapted to the characteristics of handheld consoles, and especially to what the user is looking for them. If any of you remember the success that the Nintendo 3DS has had with the game Brain Training and the subsequent proliferation of titles of this kind, we can say that Sony has made ​​a fairly obvious by posting on his video game console like that. (PS Vita, Smart As) 80/100

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