Terraria for PS Vita
PS Vita


Dec 17, 2013

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Try the trial now! DIG, FIGHT, EXPLORE, BUILD! Nothing is impossible in the special edition version of this action-packed sandbox adventure! Over a dozen environments and hundreds of items to craft and enemies to defeat! The world is your canvas – make it your own. PlayStation®Vita system version has brand new Touchscreen controls and supports cross platform save with your PlayStation®3 system console. Multiplayer supports up to 8 online players!

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
Jim SterlingDec 31, 2013
The PlayStation Vita is earning itself a reputation as a place to go for great portable ports that just make sense. With Terraria, the system gets another string to its bow, providing a handheld alternative with a level of control that you won't get on any other portable system. It gets to join the likes of Spelunky and Retro City Rampage as a marquee PS Vita title, a game that shows off exactly how useful the system can be for those of us who see a game and think, "I'd love to play that on the toilet."
Robert RamseyDec 23, 2013
Terraria proves a snug fit on the Vita. The system's portability means that it's easier to enjoy your adventure at a steady pace, and the title's colourful world looks rather delightful on the handheld's crisp display. Touch controls have been implemented the best that they could given the game's already cumbersome user interface, but aside from that, Re-Logic's 2D dig-a-thon remains as solid as the earth beneath your feet.
Tyler OlthoffDec 30, 2013
All in all Terraria is a fantastic game that deserves your time. If you’re a fan of building and exploration then this game is by far the best thing to have on the Vita. With solid gameplay and tons of replay value, Terraria knocks it out of the park with it’s transition to our favorite handheld. If you have the money, do yourself a favor and pick this title up ASAP.

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