Submitted by nikgeo80 455d ago | opinion piece

Best 2014 PS Vita games...so far

PS Vita,Sony's powerful handheld has met a lot of critisism about the lack of games,but of course vita owners already know that there are lots of titles for the handheld (Borderlands 2, Child of Light, Fez, Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster: Collector’s Edition, God of War Collection, Hatsune Miku Project Diva F, Luftrausers, PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate, PS Vita, Sly Cooper Collection, Sly Cooper Trilogy)

DualWielding  +   455d ago
no exclusives on that list, unfortunately the only really great Vita exclusive so far this year IMO has been Dagganrompa... there may be one or two more before the end of the year
sanosukegtr123  +   455d ago
The Vita is getting a slow start. It will get there eventually.
ColManischewitz  +   448d ago
I don't think you need exclusives to always be successful. I find playing FFX/FX-2 better on my Vita than PS3, and I feel the same about Spelunky.

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