A few days ago, I bought £15 worth of PSN vouchers. I wanted some extra games to play alongside Disgaea 3, just something to give me a bit more variety. With it, I picked up Resistance: Retribution and Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions. I was astonished that War of the Lions looked great on the Vita, especially those stylish cutscenes that looked like they were made for that resolution all along. Sadly, Resistance: Retribution kinda looks like pants on the Vita. It's very pixelated, even though the twin analogue sticks make for a much better playing game. Anyway, so I put another £20 on my Vita because I noticed the best PSP games are £16 and was torn between Peace Walker, The Third Birthday and Dissidia Duodecim. I already own the latter two for my PSP, but I wanted games that would not only benefit from the second analogue stick but also look good on the Vita's larger screen. I'm no graphics whore, but I'm not fond of games that look pixelated because they're stretched to fit. In the end, I got Peace Walker. ...and I am not disappointed. There's very little pixelation at all and the cutscenes are - much like War of the Lions - seemingly made to fit. I don't know how that works (does the Vita decompress the videos or something?), but I'm glad it does. The second analogue stick makes the game remarkably playable, although I still don't get how anyone could have managed with only one. I'm kinda sad that I didn't give this game a go before. Capturing enemies to bolster your army, unlocking new weapons, boosting the different divisions, kicking butt in the Extra Ops... They really weren't kidding when they said this was a huge game. Even the boss fights are awesome (which is a surprise since I hated MGS3's boss fights). So yeah. If you're complaining that you've got nothing to play on your Vita, get this. I've actually been playing it more than Disgaea 3 and I'm far more of a fan of Disgaea than I am Metal Gear Solid. Has anyone else bought a PSP game to play on their Vita and been surprised at just how much better it is?