Sticking with my New Year's Resolution, I've actually been trying the games that I bought today.
So far, Table Top Racing: World Tour for $2.99 seems to be the best deal of this sale. Despite the fact that the A.I. cheats like a bitch during the battle races, I have enjoyed playing the first leg of the championship mode. It's definitely better than the previous game, and it has plenty of content. It would probably be even more fun with multiplayer, but I like the single player mode so far.
Ninja Senki DX is only 99 cents, but it's one of those simple platformers that would remind you of an old NES game both in graphics and in precision. I won't say that it's bad because it isn't, but I'm starting to hate games where you have to hit the button at exactly the right time to make a jump or you miss it. And I don't think that my reflexes are as good as they were in 1985 anymore. I'm pretty sure that I hadn't found a gray hair on my balls back then either, but that's neither here nor there.
Even after playing the demo, I'm still on the fence about Cat Quest. It's a damn shame that $6.49 seems like a lot to spend on a game that isn't considered a AAA-level game, but that's what I wonder about now before making purchases. Will I get $6.49 worth of fun out of it? Still unsure.
And, I'm considering Let's Fish: Hooked On for Vita, but I can't seem to find a decent review online. I just want an arcade style fishing game that isn't a snooze-fest. Is that so wrong?