Super StarDust Delta, a follow-up from its predecessor the PlayStation 3 version Super StarDust HD. Owning all the Stardust games gave me plenty of time to observe the series as well as learn a few tricks for maximum points when competing against friends. GAMEPLAY: Super StarDust HD and Super StarDust Delta have the same basic controls and also the newest version has a lot of innovative features to make your game's fuctions a little more useful to you. Super StarDust Delta has the frantic gameplay the fans love and crave for, PlayStation Vita has given this series a natural edge over the last version. With a loss of one weapon the Rock Crusher or the green weapon, there are some new abilities that make the vita superior; with the front touch you can send a 360 degree missle launch that fly randomly to hunt by nearby enimies. You also have two other methods: The back touch panel and summon a black hole that suck in rocks and rocks only, by holding your finger on the back you can slide it to position your black hole setup, and finally the last innovative item is the gyro+accel by shaking the Vita you can do a shockwave, which was originally on PS3 but with the new control implant it will destroy objects within a valuable range of your ship. Also old ported items show up for the second round, the boost which can now be tendede with power-ups, shield, and the challenging collection of points. The Gameplay brings many great items to the table and requires no time to get use to, for both casual and hardcore gamers. CONTENT: PlayStation Vita version presents alot of content like several mini-games that will have you using the Vita's exclusive features, from rotating to drive a rock or shoot waves of bombs in a protection mission, to crushing rocks with the touch screen. Also there is the addition of purchase-able add-on content, but there is enough content to keep you coming back. Super StarDust Delta has had this said about this many Times but its underpriced, its worth much more than they ask for,but its grrleat for people wanting to purchase extra content. MULTIPLAYER: Unfourtunately Super StarDust Delta has lost its Multiplayer mode, which would usually consist of two for split screen cooperative gameplay, you would think that since the vita is a handheld it would allow that and much better with seperate co-op. However the lack of Multiplayer, made some purchase the PS3 version over the well worth it Vita version. SOUND: Delta really packed a punch when it came to sound, 4 different sound tracks and 3 unlockabke through NEAR encourages people to use it more. The Sound has been tuned, and just as any new gen game system should Vita can support 7.1 Surroud Sound with extension through headphones or a speaker system. Delta has catchy sounds, and tracks that will get you into the game. GRAPHICS/DISPLAY: Delta had graphics that were absolutely stunning, ever since E3 we all have been in hawea ??? I think? The graphics rival the PS3 and looks crisper on the PlayStation Vita's OLED screen. The graphics are without a doubt the best I've seen out of the series. Well thats my review, hope you enjoyed it. I give it a final score of 9.2/10!