Vita launch title Little Deviants is a portable game on a portable system. But some mini-games in this collection aren't exactly suitable for your average morning commute…
The first thing I ever heard about the PlayStation Vita game Little Deviants was that you could touch the Vita's rear touch panel to poke flat ground in the game into hills. Doing that would cause a spherical deviant who was sitting on the flat ground to roll.
It sounds like hype, but really it's a matter of fact; with two analog sticks, shoulder buttons, front and back touch controls and a motion sensor, these ten Vita launch window titles are going to put your manual dexterity to the test.
In recent years (and maybe longer) PlayStation has put their graphical power front and center. The original PSP, the PS3 and the upcoming PS Vita are all graphical powerhouses compared to the competition. That fact is a large reason Sony is in the position it's in today.
Packed with more than 30 minigames, Little Deviants is the perfect game to get to show off all of the features, controls and bells and whistles of the NGP.
The unveiling of Sony's Playstation Portable replacement, the NGP, came with one slick, game-packed video showing off a dozen or so games on the device.
Another techy Sony product with more big promises. We've been here before, right? Not this time, though. If the NGP, or Sony's Next Generation Portable, seems different, it's because the way the portable lets gamers game.