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I’m a fan of the Asphalt series, and this one was worth it! Love the arcade feel of it, and progressing & upgrading through all the different races and leagues. Definitely recommend if you love racing games.
Had too high of an expectation for it after the hitting the series on the DS and my other mobile devices. I have to say, for a racing game from the Asphalt series, the VITA one has probably got to be the worst. Graphics was a big drop for me. I mean, this is PSVita. The graphic quality from this game looks nowhere near what a PSVita is capable of or even near what an average PSVita game should look like in my opinion. Raced once and never touched it again and traded it in after leaving it to collect dust for too long. The overall control was spotty and the sound effects were poorly done in my opinion, and made me lose big confidence in the Asphalt titles. The music were okay though.
I hesitated to purchase this game because as a PS3, Wii, Wii U, and Xbox 360, and Nintendo 3DS XL owner, I find that I overcorrect on all racing games using the joystick/controller. The Wii has a horrible driving wheel, but the Xbox 360 is way better.
So I was hesitant to even try this game, but since it came with a free demo and I love racing games...well....
Okay, so being a typical girl (LOL) I'm certainly no gearhead so I can't talk about the models of cars I get to choose from but let me say there are LOTS.
The game itself is really responsive and accurate to the thumstick controller. Forgive me, I'm new to video gaming 6 months in so I hope the thumbstick is the correct terminology. I played the demo and came in 5th place which for me is quite an accomplishment instead of coming in last and having my character get out of the car and shake his head in shame (F1 race stars, I'm looking at you (until I purchased the Xbox 360 wheel, at which point now I'm better)). I'm looking forward to more practice and hopefully actually winning a race.
The visual on the PS Vita is amazing. Even on a mere 5" screen I feel like I can delve into the experience and ignore anything not on that screen (my sister walked right by me and I didn't even see/hear her). There are certainly alot of tracks to choose from; I haven't even tried them all.
The tracks are varied and you don't feel like you're just going around in an oval; it takes awhile to finish a lap and the terrain, scenery, and all over feel is not repetitious at all. The game does a good job of giving you a feel for each area you are racing in, even if you have never been to that part of the world.
If you like racing games at all, I say go for it! That's my 2 cents worth. Thanks for reading. :)
With the exception of The Vita version of Wipeout, I think this game might be the best racer on the platform. The graphics aren't super great, but the screen isn't cluttered with text and graphics which require the player to squint either (NFS: Most Wanted, I'm looking at you when I say that). I find the sound of the "Nitro" to be really annoying, but asside from that and the graphics, I don't have any other gripes.
The reason why this game is good is because it harkens back to the Burnout franchise before EA sullied it by producing Burnout Paradise. You get boost (called Nitro) for driving against traffic, drifting, jumping, and hitting opponents. There is an equivalent to Traffic Checking which they call Traffic Control, and what Burnout called a Takedown, is referred to as a Knockout. So many of the major game mechanics that made Burnout awesome are copied into this game. It's very Arcade style, no real simulation to speak of, but that's exactly what you want in this kind of game. The female announcer sounds more endearing than the male announcer in the burnout games, though her intros to various tracks do get repetitive.
The AI players don't seem as aggressive as those in NFS too, which tends to make the game feel more balanced.
The car selection seems limited, and occasionally baffling. I'm really not sure why a 4 door Audi Station Wagon made it into a racing game, or even why it has better specs (albeit fictional specs) than more performance oriented vehicles. Again, it's Arcade style, so you have to suspend disbelief.
had Asphalt on the 3DS and thoroughly enjoyed it (in spite of all the flaws that most reviewers complain of). It was natural to me that I get this one as well. While I'm aware that there are mobile phone versions of Asphalt, I don't like using controls with the accelerometer or touch screen with racing games. This game is great because it is similar feature wise and graphically to Asphalt 6 on mobile platforms, but with the comfort of using the analog sticks and buttons of the Vita.
The game has tons of replayability. You get to work your way through a career mode, completing events and objectives so that you may progress or purchase new vehicles. From my recollection there are 100 events to play through (5 across 20 leagues).
There are a bunch of control styles to choose from, including touch, accelerometer, and classic button controls.