Originally Posted by number1laing
I just bought the AC3L bundle. ^_^
Right now I have MGS HD, Ragnorak Odyssey, and obviously AC3L. I'm looking to get a game based on shorter-play - thinking either:
1. Virtua Tennis
2. WipeOut 2048 (I love HD/Fury and understand this game includes all that content?)
3. Hot Shots Golf (I love every HSG)
Congrats on the white Vita (jealous). Virtua Tennis is great (native resolution, 60 fps). The only problem I have with the game is how you will randomly hit the ball out for no apparent reason (I swear it's not my timing
). I know it's intentional, but it is still annoying (especially at crucial moments). Also, the few times I've played multiplayer have been very laggy.
There is a demo for Wipeout. I've read that the load times were really long, but supposedly improved with a patch. I'm not really a big fan of the series though. NFS is a great alternative. The visuals aren't as good as Wipeout, but it is an open world game.
I love Hotshots Golf too, but prefer it as a digital download. Unfortunately, PSN does not reflect current retail prices for the game, so I am just waiting for the price drop.
Of the smaller type games, I highly recommend SSD Delta, Mutant Blobs Attack and When Vikings Attack. Treasures of Montezuma Blitz and Frobishers Says are fun freebies. I am also enjoying the Plants vs Zombies table in Zen Pinball. The best PSM game is probably Super Crate Box, but it's really hard, even with the physical controls.
The game I'm actually spending the most time on right now is a PSP game. I bought Valkyrie Chronicles 2 quite a while ago, but only recently started playing it. It's a great game and the artstyle makes the lower resolution hardly noticeable.
AC3:L is pretty good (I'm giving it a 7/10 right now, but I'm not quite done yet). My main complaint with the game is the story. It's really bad... and not just compared to other Assassin's Creed games. There is no cohesion to the story and most of the time, I have no idea why I'm doing what I'm doing.
My only purchase regrets have been Pure Chess (rather play chess on iPad) and Lumines (great block puzzler, but not worth the 40 bucks I spent at launch).
Anyways, enjoy your Vita (only a week before Persona 4). I'm looking forward to the BO2: Declassified reviews tomorrow. Hopefully, Nihilistic has learned a few things since Resistance.
Also, please give your impressions of Ragnarok Odyssey, when you have time. I'm still on the fence with that one.Edited by Mikazaru - 11/12/12 at 1:01pm