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Little Deviants (PS Vita)

Little Deviants (PS Vita)
alaScore 81

65 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 65 reviews of Little Deviants (PS Vita). The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Vita Games the Little Deviants (PS Vita) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of Little Deviants (PS Vita) from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games on

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Jul, 2018

Expert review by : Jason "Gambus Kahn" Gambrel (

Little Deviants Review


One the things I love about being a gaming enthusiast, is the anticipation of a new system. The sense of wonder is always intoxicating while talking about the possibilities with friends and fellow gamers.

It's kind of cute ; Nice colors

Shoehorned gimmick controls ; Dumb/lack of story ; Uninspired stages and gameplay ; Soulless

One the things I love about being a gaming enthusiast, is the anticipation of a new system. The sense of wonder is always intoxicating while talking about the possibilities with friends and fellow gamers. As the release date draws near, I am always...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Ben Dutka (

Little Deviants Review


It makes perfect sense to have a game that showcases the nifty features of a unique piece of hardware. Little Deviants utilizes the front and rear touchpads, tilt function, and even the camera and microphone of the PlayStation Vita, so in theory, it...

The Ugly: “I’m getting really sick of trying to maneuver this thing around. I don’t care if he dies.”

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Nick_Tan (

Little Deviants Review


Launch it away.

Features the Vita's unique controls; Bright, cheery graphics

but forces those controls at times; Some important controls hidden away; No online multiplayer; Costs way too much

Little Deviants has no business costing $30. That's $1 per mini-game, and that makes me want Angry Birds for the Vita now. It can be entertaining as a series of curious tech demos, but not for any longer than a few hours. With the robust launch lineup...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Colin Moriarty (

Little Deviants Review


Designed to show off all the PlayStation Vita is capable of, Little Deviants is fun in short bursts. But it's also inconsistent and wonky.

It’s not to say that Little Deviants is a poor game, because it isn’t. It’s a decent piece of (admittedly overpriced) software. And its pretty, vivid graphics and surprisingly catchy old-school inspired soundtrack certainly please aesthetically. But a...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Chris Watters (

Little Deviants Review


Mild-mannered minigames and varied controls make Little Deviants a solid introduction to the PlayStation Vita.

Good use of many different inputs ; Cultivates chasing of high scores

Racing game is poorly designed ; Deviants are bland and boring ; Unpleasantly generic soundtrack

The novelty of using the various Vita control schemes is a fun reason to play Little Deviants, but score chasing generates most of the game's lasting appeal. The Deviants themselves add little to the package; their generic brand of wackiness and the...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Chris Buffa (

Little Deviants PlayStation Vita Review


Well, they got it half right. You can score a copy of Deviants with the Vita First Edition Bundle, releasing February 15. Otherwise, it's off to the store to spend extra cash on this mini-game compilation, and while it provides several hours of fun, a...

A variety of mostly fun mini-games, online leaderboards, utilizes Vita's most touted features

Frustrating rear touch controls, too expensive, no multiplayer, little emotional attachment to the characters

We've said for a long time that Sony and BigBig Studios' Little Deviants is an ideal pack-in game for PlayStation Vita, primarily because it does a good job showcasing the machine's abilities; on top of that, everyone loves a free game with their...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Jim Sterling (

Little Deviants


The PlayStation Vita is rich in features, boasting every possible input method a portable gaming system could have to date. Multiple touch interfaces, dual analog sticks, voice control, twin cameras, and even motion sensing; the Vita has it all....

It's a shame Little Deviants couldn't have been more ready with the chopping block.

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Scott Alan Marriott (

Little Deviants


Little Deviants features a cast of tiny creatures as they roll, jump, and blast their way through a series of time-sensitive challenges designed to showcase the PlayStation Vita's distinctive controls. Players will use the motion sensor to guide their lit

Expert review by : Alan Bell (

Little Deviants


Poke, prod, squeeze, shake, push, pull, tilt, and talk to a bunch of tiny miscreants as you attempt to guide..

If you're keen on having a varied experience and becoming intimately familiar with the various input options of the Vita, it's absolutely worthy of your attention. Just don't expect something particularly polished or consistent. If you're hoping that...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Ben (

Little Deviants Review


Potential is lost under the rage of the rear touchpad.

Little Deviants has more content than your standard tech demo, and so it should as a retail game. However, it can’t shake the tag, and feels like it’s just trying to showcase what the Vita can do with a compilation of mini-games. Some work better than...

Feb, 2012