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Top 25 PS VITA Games of All Time | Best PlayStation Vita

August 27, 2019

25. Opening our list of Top 25 PS Vita Games of
All Time is The Walking Dead Season Two: Episode 1 – All That Remains After the traumatizing events of Season One,
Telltale’s take on Robert Kirkman’s story continues on with even more emotional moments. This time, step on the shoes of Clementine
as she continues her journey of survival and find sanctuary in a world infested with walkers. Meet new people, make tough choices and guide
this young girl in her quest for happiness. This first episode has a PlayScore of 8.49 24. Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee – New ‘n’ Tasty The world’s favorite Mudokon gets a well-deserved
makeover. Remade from the ground up, Abe’s odd little
world is made better and smoother with enhanced graphics and gameplay in the same quirky environment. Get a taste of the 90s and help our puny protagonist
past a sinister factory in platforming fashion. Explore new areas and hidden secrets, and
free your band of Mudokons. It’s a whole new way of enjoying a classic,
and it has PlayScore of 8.51. 23. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth If Nintendo is to Pokemon, then PlayStation
is the home of their persistent rivals. In celebration of their 15th anniversary,
the Digimon crew make a return to the PlayStation’s portable console. Choose your character, and your starter digimon,
and venture through Cyberspace, and befriend monsters as you go. It’s a cute little adaptation of the anime,
with a follow-up title releasing next year. It has a PlayScore of 8.52. 22. Ys: Memories of Celceta This exclusive action RPG is easily one of
the finest additions to the PS Vita roster. Showing the JRPG’s penchant for convenient
plots, follow the story of a young amnesiac boy named Adol. Arriving in a town with no recollection of
his past, he journeys around the land in search for his lost memories. Slash, strike, and pierce your way out of
deadly encounters, and awaken your inner adventurer. It has a PlayScore of 8.52. 21. SUPERBEAT: XONiC Pump up the volumes for the Vita’s bass-filled
rhythm game. Bask in its futuristic interface and tap to
the beat of its many catchy tunes. There’s over 50 songs to play with, spread
among a variety of genres to keep each playthrough fresh and funky. Climb up the leaderboards, and get in with
the super beats. It has a PlayScore of 8.53. 20. TxK A reimagining of the Atari’s arcade game,
Tempest, this indie game lets you wallow in a minimalist and vibrant world as you shoot
out enemies with your ship. Its striking similarities might border on
criminal, you could also say the same about its insanely fun gameplay–improving on the
classic with powerups, levels, and more. It’s a sensory explosion that will keep you
entertained for hours on end. It has a PlayScore of 8.53. 19. Day of the Tentacle Remastered When they weren’t out creating the next Star
Wars videogame, the folks at LucasArts were creating cartoon puzzle adventures. Day of the Tentacle is an outrageously funny
point-and-click videogame, created in the style of the ground breaking Maniac Mansion. Follow their oddball characters as they defy
the laws of time and space with their faulty time machine. It has a PlayScore of 8.54. 18. Shantae: Half-Genie Hero The beginnings of WayForward’s belly-dancing
heroine, whipping her hair through the various challenges that await. Starting as a kickstarter campaign, the developers
opt out of their pixel art aesthetics, and gives Shantae and her hair the full HD treatment. Watch her take on Sequin Lands’ criminal masterminds
with her dance moves, hair whips, and forms. Explore her custom-made world, and make half
of your wishes come true. It has a PlayScore of 8.54. 17. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Delve into a world of mystery and investigation
in another one of Spike Chunsoft’s award-winning visual novels. With each of your classmate’s dying one by
one, it’s up to you to find clues to aid in your escape from the deadly island. Created by the same company that made Zero
Escape, you can be sure this game offers the same well-written and haunting narrative. It has a PlayScore of 8.55. 16. Plants vs. Zombies One of PopCap’s most iconic series. Released on the PC in 2009, they put a twist
on the Tower Defense genre, putting to work an arsenal of fighting flowers to protect
your home from a zombie apocalypse. With its charm and simplicity, it’s gained
worldwide acclaim, ported to phones and portable consoles for everyone to enjoy. Conquer 50 levels and fight tougher zombies
with even tougher plants. Show off your green thumb with a PlayScore
of 8.56. 15. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number The stylish top-down shooter gets an even
more stylish follow-up full of the same frustrating and rewarding violence in videogame history. This sequel is packed with more obstacles
as it covers bigger maps and longer missions, challenging you to survive another second
of its one shot kills. Make sure you’re the one delivering each
gruesome death, and watch out for those offscreen kills. Meet the old gang, and jam to its electronic
soundtrack. It has a PlayScore of 8.56. 14. BIT.TRIP Presents… Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Or…Runner 2, as normal people would call
it. Aside from it’s seemingly nonsensical name,
Runner 2 is well-remembered for its intuitive platforming fun. While it’s a direct sequel to the arcade rhythm
game, it sheds many of the game’s key traits. Mainly, its pixelated art-style. Opting for a more 3D world, guide your polygonal
ninja through 95 action-packed levels, and revel in Mario-voiced cutscenes and amazing
music. It has a PlayScore of 8.57. 13. Steins;Gate 0 In a physics defying tale of friendship, travel
through time as reasonably mad scientist and set things right. The events of the game revolve around the
period during the anime’s ending. Meet your favorite characters at their most
vulnerable and relive their iconic moments. The creators did the impossible possible,
making an almost perfect story into an even better interactive experience. It has a PlayScore of 8.59. 12. Soul Sacrifice Delta A well-crafted RPG that manages to showcase
the PS Vita’s console quality performance. Dive into the world of Librom and gain the
skills needed defeat your captor. Although it suffers from a few common flaws,
its immersive tale and captivating plot is enough to keep you coming back for more. Sacrifice souls and limbs, and play along
with friends in its interactive multiplayer. It has a PlayScore of 8.61. 11. Velocity Ultra One of the most celebrated indie gems on the
PS Vita. It’s a remake of the original Velocity game
made especially for the console, with new features, upgrades, and a custom made HD. Looking like any ordinary vertical shoot em
up, it changes things up with the ability to transport your ship to anywhere on the
screen, adding another layer to its gameplay. With gorgeous cartoon art style to boot, it
receives a PlayScore of 8.63. 10. Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma Spike Chunsoft’s Zero Escape series is a masterclass
in visual novel creation. This final chapter in their thrilling trilogy
puts a harrowing conclusion to their grim tale. Representing the whole of humanity, nine people
are trapped in a decision game that decides all their lives. Be smart enough to save all nine, or experience
the tragedy of death first-hand. It’s an eloquently told tale of survival topped
with brilliantly flawed characters. It has a PlayScore of 8.69. 9. SteamWorld Heist Shiver me timbers! If it isn’t the galaxy’s best oil-slicked
pirates. Join them in their hard knock life, as they
invade the ships of the most wicked and corrupt. In this steampunk action shooter, raid each
procedurally generated ship, and eliminate your foes in stylish turn-based combat. It’s a lot like space billiards. Let your bullets ricochet off of walls, and
bring down the enemy automatons. Heave ho because this game has a PlayScore
of 8.74. 8. Tearaway Watch out for papercuts in this creative 3D
platformer made exclusively for the PS Vita. Showcasing the capabilities of the console,
it makes use of all its key features. Play as an adorable messenger trying to deliver
a message to you, the player. Take pictures with your camera and apply it
to its world, and push your fingers up with the rear touch panel. It’s a unique and imaginative experience that
never runs out of ideas. It has a PlayScore of 8.75. 7. Severed A critically acclaimed hit from the makers
of Guacamelee. In what is essentially a first-person dungeon
crawler, play as a one handed warrior journeying through a nightmarish land. Slash through foes with your own fingers,
parry their attacks, and sever key body parts. With its unique art, atmospheric music, and
innovative take on touch-based combat, it’s definitely a touch above the rest with a PlayScore
of 8.78. 6. Shovel Knight Let this 8bit knight show you how masterpieces
are created. Shovel in hand, he wanders around his sprawling
pixel landscapes in a quest that defies all odds. Dig through caverns, eliminate all foes, and
take back your friend from an evil sorceress. Despite its simplicity, it exudes a disarming
charm about it, with its intuitive gameplay that harkens back to the retro era. it receives a PlayScore of 8.8. 5. Darkest Dungeon Veering away from the light, we move on the
to the gothic world of this turn-based RPG. Dive in to the deepest dungeons with your
part of heroes and conquer the hellish monstrosities that await you. As you reach darker lands, you’ll also be
facing against your human desires, with famine and disease haunting your every step. With permanent deaths and procedural dungeons,
every playthrough is an all new experience. It has a PlayScore of 8.82. 4. Dragon Quest Builders The Dragon Quest series takes on a new form
with this sandbox action RPG. Directly inspired by Mojang’s minecraft, enter
its voxel-fuelled world and embark on a mission to rebuild the world around you. Fulfill your quest by building, crafting,
and creating items much like you would in Minecraft. Explore the series’ brand new world, and traverse
through its fascinating story mode. It receives a PlayScore of 8.83. 3. Persona 4: Golden ATLUS’ award-winning game may have dropped
down on the PS Vita list, but it’s still an essential game that JRPG fans will love. A remake of the PS2 original. It’s a combination of a social simulator
and turn-based RPG dungeon crawling. Follow a group of determined kids to solve
a mysterious serial murder in their quaint rural town. Listen to the game’s snazzy tunes and witness
Vita’s system-seller in full glory. It has a PlayScore of 8.90 2. Axiom Verge With a thriving market for Metroidvania games,
Thomas Happ delivers with their intricately designed sidescroller. Control a scientist who wakes up in a strange
new land after a crippling injury. Borrowing elements from timeless classics
like Blaster Master and Contra, roam around its high tech world and shoot it out with
over 60 items and powerups. Its expansive arsenal and rewarding story
offers the world an almost perfect metroidvania experience. It has a PlayScore of 8.96. 1. And the best PS Vita Game of all time is Odin
Sphere: Leifthrasir Vanillaware managed to recreate their glorious
PlayStation 2 success with this faithful remake. Engage in its award-winning 2D brawler directly
inspired by Norse Mythology. While it was almost perfect to begin with,
they improve on the classic with its strengthened combat. Follow the story of five characters, interwoven
by a quest to destroy a powerful weapon. With Its intuitive controls and captivating
storyline, it’s a seamless transition into the modern world with a PlayScore of 9.01.

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  1. My PSVITA died back 2014 now I bought a new one and these are my games today Can anyone recommend more games for me

    Uncharted Golden Abyss
    Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified
    Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3
    Gravity Rush
    Persona 4 Golden
    Ridge Racer
    Asphalt Injection
    Toukiden 2.

  2. This list is dumbass no Uncharted, Little Big Planet, Killzone, Mortal Kombat, Gravity Rush, Borderlands 2, NFS Most Wanted, Wipeout, Ridge Racer, Street Fighter x Tekken, God of War HD Collection, Murmasa Rebirth, Sonic All Stars, All LEGO Games, Batman Akhram Origins, Velocity 2X, FIFA Games, Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified (Nah, jk!)

  3. I offer a pro service to install custom firmware that lets you download and play free psp/psp vita games that you can download all the games for free and lets you run emulator such as ps1, nes, snes, gba atari, 1990s pc games, neo geo, nintendo ds, Commodore C64 and many more all from the psp and some other apps are available new link

  4. This is just a list of 24 randomly chosen games and nothing more. They couldn't even be bothered to put at least enough effort into that list to actually count to 25…

  5. No MGS, LBP, Killzone or Uncharted? – it is a list of best JRPG and platformer games surely and not best vita games??

  6. Umm whattoplay do you have an updated list of this? Cause YS VIII lacrimosa of dana really deserves a spot at the top 10 and gravity rush.

  7. lots of fellow Vita fans playing along, nice, nice 🙂 (getit? playing along? yay!)
    Long live Sony's dedication to gaming from hell!!!

  8. There's a mistake in your video, there's no 17, and you made 18 two times :-/. Good video though

  9. This list is shit. Which is the first time i say that on this channel since usually their list are spot on.

  10. omg, number 10 Zero Escape. They gave that to me for free ebcause i have PSPLUS! omg, if any of you are in Europe, you can go and get number 10 Zero Escape for free, gogo

  11. Vita is hands down my favorite hand held I ever owned. The fact it got killed hurts my soul. There’s still so much potential

  12. None of them i like. What about Uncharted Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, Wipeout. For me the best PsVita Games.

  13. You mentioned a few good games, but I disagree with 90% of your list. What about Uncharted, Assassins Creed Liberation or Killzone? We definitely do not share the same taste in games I guess.

  14. Where are:
    Uncharted Golden Abyss
    Ratchet and Klank trilogy
    Jak and Dexter Trilogy
    Playstation all-stars battle royale

  15. What a load crap .why not put the latest ps4 games on vita console.carnt beleave I wasted my money on vita console. Advise don't buy. As you be disappointed

  16. This list is absolute shit. This is why you shouldn't average scores. It does a disservice to the gamers and the games.

  17. omg vita suuuuuucksss.. fkinretto2dshitformers and some asian trash games.. thk god for nintendo switch.. fuck

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