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Little Deviants (PS Vita)
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- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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The Little Deviants have crash-landed on the Whoman world and they’re in big trouble. To save them from the evil Botz, players will need to use their PlayStation Vita system in loads of clever and quirky ways.
Little Deviants offers 30 mini-games in total, showcasing all the cool new features of PlayStation Vita. For example, pressing the rear touch pad will make the game world swell and bulge and tapping on the touchscreen will knock the Little Deviants to and fro. Players can even sing into the PlayStation®Vita microphone or use the rear camera to take their gaming into the real world.
- Use all of your skills to outwit the fiendish Botz and save the Little Deviants. Get hands-on with the PlayStation Vita system: tap it, tilt it, press it, sing to it or interact with your surroundings using the in-built rear camera.
- Get to know five crazy Deviants, each with their own personalities and abilities: Goopher, Blobber, Frostal, Pyruss and Nucleor.
- Invite your friends to beat your best scores via PlayStation Network.
Top Customer Reviews
It should be at least £10-15 because there are many levels but not much to do once they are completed
You can go for the platinum but the game is hire difficult and not something a kid could ace.
Overall very fun collection of mini games and makes nice use of vital controls.
Overall a great game but is quite challenging at times. Definitely a game I will be playing for a long time.
Some of the levels I did not find as appealing as others, but that is inherent to the high variety in little games and that everyone will have their preferred controls.
The story is quite simplistic and could even be considered childish, I guess as an adult it is just more of a fun game to learn your way around the Vita, where the story and the characters will be slightly more appealing to children.
The levels varied in difficulty, but that might also be due to the fact that some controls where easier than others.
I had great fun with the game as one of my first PS Vita games, as did my friends who wanted to try the console.
The game makes decent use of all the PS Vita's controls other than the buttons it seems, but gives good practice of using the rear touch-pad and six axis controls.
I would recommend it mostly to just children and those who have small breaks to play in.
All together he got 5 games and this is the one he plays the most, there are levels/mini games built into this title butthe augmented reality game is his favorite. You see little ships flying around your room and you have to turn around in real time trying to shoot them down. A great game for kids of all ages.
Treat your beloved Vita with respect and give it Gravity Rush, Uncharted, WipEout and/or LittleBigPlanet.