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Just to be clear, the one star rating is not for the game itself (I'm sure it's very fun; I wasn't able to play), but for the issues surrounding it. I'll explain. I bought this day one naively thinking it was PS TV compatible (and because a question / answer on here previously said it was), but now have learned it is not. Luckily, I didn't actually open the game yet, as upon inspecting it, I was surprised to see it requires 3 GB to play. I went through the memory cards I have, but none of them had enough room for me to play the game (I have three 8 GB cards if you're curious).
Naturally, I figured I'd get a new memory card and then play the game on that, but upon reading more into the game I discovered that you also have to download the audio separately. If you want to play the game in English you have to download it. If you want to play it in Japanese, you gotta download that too. And that's on top of the DLC that comes with the game for buying the "Day One Edition". I have no idea how much it will take total and if the 3 GB on the back of the box factor in the English audio, the Japanese audio, both or neither. Either way, you'll want to make sure you have plenty of free space and time to download everything before you begin playing.
Anyway, beyond that, my main issue with the game is simply that I can not play it. I don't have a PlayStation 4 or a PS Vita, and do all my Vita playing on the PS TV instead. Despite a majority of Vita games being released with PS TV support nowadays, Square for some reason couldn't be bothered to add it here, despite reports that it doesn't require use of the touchscreen at all. I wonder if the extra $20 price tag of the PS4 version had something to do with that decision being made.
Assuming you do have access to a PS4, I'd wait until the game drops to $30-$20 before snagging it. Considering the Vita version is 99% the same (with only the graphics being a bit nicer on PS4) yet costs so much more, there's really no reason to not wait, unless you can't pass up having a little chibi-Sephiroth in your game (and I'm sure they'll put him and the other Day One DLC up for sale to everyone else later on anyway).
Truthfully, the only reason I bought the game at launch was because I was concerned that there wouldn't be another print run for the Vita after all the "Day One Edition" stock runs out, and with the Prime discount it made for an easy impulse buy. But seeing as it doesn't work on PS TV anyway, and I doubt they'll ever patch it, there's no reason for me to keep it now. My only regret is experiencing the massive disappointment of buying it only to realize I have to return it.
The fact that this game doesn't work on the PSTV is ridiculous. I could understand if the game needed the touch pad to play alot of the segments (since the PSTV doesn't have a touch pad, unlike the Vita). But this game to my knowledge doesn't even use the touch pad! I would really like to know what Sony was thinking when they decided to deny the PSTV owners. If their decision was based off of the PSTV being hacked and they didn't want to risk the game being pirated; The 3.61 patch already took care of that little problem....
I gave this game 1 star not because I think the game is bad. On the contrary, I think the game is gonna be great! But I, just like alot of other PSTV users haven't been able to play the game yet to even know for ourselves if it's good or not. I gave this 1 star because I really REALLY disapprove of Sony's decision to blacklist this game for the PSTV. Hopefully they will fix this within a couple of days with a patch
Due to Square Enix's ineptitude, no of us were told that this game wouldn't work on the PSTV. So unless you own a PSVita, DO NOT buy this version of the game. If you are still interested in the game and you so not own a PSVita, then go buy the PS4 version