Technology Tell writes, "I played a little bit of Akiba’s Trip on the Vita. Just enough to sate my curiosity, as I knew the PS4 version was coming. On Vita, it seemed like a solid rental, but the PS4’s power promised a more smooth experience. I wasn’t disappointed there, once I finally got my hands on it. But what really stood out to me, what really brought the verisimilitude of the whole package to the next level, was a small, yet oddly extravagant detail."