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- Fun-filled mini-games showcase all the interactivity features of PlayStation Vita system - including augmented reality shooting action with Deviant Busters, or tilt and lean your way through Gravity Daze with the six-axis motion feature
- Work with the Little Deviants to boost your scores and move up the Liveboard.
- Play alone or with up to 8 players via Pass Around multiplayer mode.
- Easy to play mini-game action suitable for all ages comes to PlayStation Vita
- Games included utilize all the innovative controls of PlayStation Vita including the front and rear touch pads, drag, tap, motion sensing functionality, and the rear camera
- Work with the Little Deviants to boost your scores and move up the PSN leaderboards
- Play alone or with up to eight players on a single console via Pass Around multiplayer mode
- Enjoy a varied gameplay experience of over 30 games/levels
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Little Deviants is an Arcade style mini-game collection focused on the Little Deviant characters ongoing attempts to escape from their robot enemies. The games in the collection are especially designed to focus players' attention on mastery of the various controls and features of PlayStation Vita, including front and rear touch screen input, tap and drag input, and motion sensor and rear camera functionality. The game contains more than 30 mini-games/levels, an online leaderboard, and local eight player multiplayer support through a single handheld.
Arcade Style Mini-Game Fun for PlayStation Vita
In the game world of Little Deviants the spaceship of the fun-loving beings known as "Little Deviants" is shot down by their robot enemies, hurling the quirky, but lovable little creatures down to a new planet. Here it is up to the player to help the Little Deviants escape their robot pursuers through a large variety of mini-games especially designed for play on PlayStation Vita.
The compilation contains more than thirty games/levels, with mini-games falling into recognizable Arcade style mini-game formats. Each category of these utilizes the innovative controls of PlayStation Vita in a different way. Examples of this include, the Roll Hole Control game, which uses the rear touch screen and the motion sensing gyroscope of the Vita to raise a portion of the game screen, moving Little Deviants in the play area away from robots and towards vortexes that lead to different levels. Other game type examples include: Botz Blast which is an Arcade style Shooter utilizing the Vita's analog sticks to target and shoot attacking robots, and the House of Whacks, a carnival style Whack-a-Mole game utilizing touch screen tap input functionality. Success in games allows players to accumulate points allowing players to rise on the Little Deviants PlayStation Network leaderboards. The game also supports 8-player local multiplayer using a single console in Pass Around multiplayer mode.
Key Game Features
- Mini-game Fun for PlayStation Vita - Easy to play mini-game action suitable for all ages comes to PlayStation Vita
- Showcase of All the Interactive Features of the PlayStation Vita System - Games included utilize all the innovative controls of PlayStation Vita including the front and rear touch pads, drag, tap, motion sensing functionality, and the rear camera
- Go for High Scores - Work with the Little Deviants to boost your scores and move up the PSN leaderboards
- Multiplayer - Play alone or with up to eight players on a single console via Pass Around multiplayer mode
- Large Game Variety - Over 30 games/levels included
Over 30 games/levels.
Pass-around multiplayer support.
Post scores on Leaderboards.
A variety of game genres.
Top Customer Reviews
You get a variety of games that are bound by a loose and unimportant story of helping these manic little aliens. The types of games vary, there is a type of 'whack-a-mole' game that uses the front and rear touch controls. If you score high enough on these games then you unlock more games and gallery items. There is a shooting game that uses the Vita's camera to create the illusion of aliens flying around your living room. There is a sky diving game that uses the Vita's motion controls, a game that requires you to use the microphone and so on.
The downside is that once you have unlocked everything there is little replay value other than trying to beat your high scores. the thing is, would you want to try? The mini-games do get a bit repetitive. This title is not designed for long play sessions. If you are meeting a friend and get a message that they will be a few minutes late, this would be the game to play to kill time with.
I am giving Little Deviants a 3-Star rating because while the games are not bad, you can probably find similar games on your phone for less or even free so $30 is too steep of a price. If you can find this for around $10 or so then it might be worth picking up just for an occasional time-waster.
Little Deviants is a collection of 30 mini-games and it does a decent job of showing off what the Vita is capable of. Throughout your game play you'll use almost all of the the Vita's various input methods including the touch screen, the rear touch pad, motion controls, the rear camera, the shoulder buttons, and there was even a mini game that requires you to hum into the mic. However, it does not use the analog stick, the directional buttons or the action buttons.
Some of the mini-games are more fun than others and there is a good variety of them, but some of them are a bit repetitive and you'll see various iterations of them with the only real difference being the scenery and the level of difficulty. There isn't much of a story line to tie together the mini-games either.
The game play is fairly easy, children should be able to achieve at least bronze status in most of the mini-games to unlock the next mini-game level without getting too frustrated. I was able to achieve silver status in most of the levels easily, but it'll probably be harder for a child. Gold status is a bit more of a challenge to achieve in all the levels, and I'd work towards that if I wasn't already bored with the game. Someday when I'm looking to kill a little time I might pop Little Deviants back into my Vita and try to get gold status on all the levels.Read more ›
Little deviants is a cute, fairly simply game, that does a great job incorporating the Vita's new touch features. I mean everything from back touchscreen to the motion sensor. The new touch and motion features are not that difficult to learn no matter how old you are so I wouldn't get this game just to become comfortable with the vita.
This game would do best for younger players who want something simple and fun to play. I would say anyone above 13 years old would most likely get bored with this game quickly. I myself usually like cute and simple games like this, but even this game was WAY too simple for me. There isn't much to it at all. For example there is a level where you roll around using touch to get a key item and then roll into a portal while dodging a few bad guys, and this repeats over and over until you lose your lives.
Bottom line, if you have a young kid and you want an easy to use fun game for them to play then this game is perfect. If you are a teen or older, you will get bored fast so don't bother getting this. If you want to use touch features get little big planet instead of this.
-Graphics are great and show off the advanced effects of the PS Vita console.
-Sound is also adequate. There is no voice acting present.
-Varied minigames and they all use the front-or-rear touchscreens ONLY (no button controls)
-Pick up and Play gameplay. Online leaderboards. Fair challenge.
-Minigame controls are widely varied, some using motion controls, front touch control, or back touch control. Some a combination of both or all. I dislike being forced this way because it makes Little Deviants a gimmicky game overall. It feels awkward using a specific control scheme on a minigame and then having to switch to another method for the next one. I feel like I don't score as high because of the awkwardness of the controls.
-Little Deviants is widely score-based (high score = better items) so the better you get, the more items you receive for your ship.
It does get repetitive after a while.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this game. It is a lot more interactive than i was expecting.Published 3 months ago by Dale Wylie
I had a lot of fun trying it out but the mini games are hard and too hard for my 5 year old and 9 year old. Not good for young kids.Published 4 months ago by Billy Gray