One type of game I really like to play on the go is a sports game. There are numerous reasons for this, but one of my bug bears with portable gaming is getting stuck somewhere in the game. There is nothing like settling down for a long haul flight with a game only to find yourself stuck and with no idea what to do next. So sports games don't have this problem as they just simulate something with a number of rules which everyone knows. This leads us to a PlayStation Vita launch title, Virtua Tennis 4 (VT4). VT4 is a port of last year's console game with a few additional bonuses, but if you're a tennis fan with a PlayStation Vita, it's the only game in town right now. So it better be good.
Virtua Tennis 4 on the PlayStation Vita has most of the same game modes as the console game with a few additions that use the touch screen and technology of the system. The arcade mode returns from the console game where you take on numerous tournaments until you lose (or manage to win them all), and in some ways this is a throwback to the Dreamcast and arcade system games of the VT range. This mode on the go is excellent as it is very pick up and play and you don't need to spend a long time customising a character.
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