This is going to be a semi-negative topic, which is just a Wowzers thing for me, as I try to always be optimistic and positive. But, this is something that the handheld market has experienced since Day 1 of the PSP and Nintendo DS era. Ports of Console Games that are Incomplete. This started back in the PSP generation. There were ports on the PSP, for example, that had the console game, but were incomplete. The same with the DS. The DS version of Tomb Raider: Legend had a about half the content of the PS2 version and the gameplay drastically changed. Or take the PSP version of Dante's Inferno. The base game was there, but they removed a lot of extra game modes as well as unlockable skills for the handheld version. A lot of this was due to size limitations. Dante's Inferno crammed in everything to the edge of a UMD's capacity. However, is that still a justifiable thing nowadays? When we have the PS Vita, is it acceptable for a console port to not have full content availability? TT Games is a huge perpetrator of this. Let's talk about LEGO games. LEGO Lord of the Rings and LEGO Harry Potter Year 5-7. They had the content of the console version. LEGO Lord of the Rings even had the open-world system in it. However, they were missing content. Entire levels and scenes were removed for the PS Vita versions of those games. You take a look at PSN, wondering if they just ran out of space, only to find that they were a little over 1 GB in size. That's small enough to fit on a UMD, and less than half of a PS Vita Cartridge. They ported part of the game, and then released it like it was the full game. It doesn't make the games less fun, but is that acceptable, when it is clear they had plenty of more space to put in the rest of the game? Another example we can use is even Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Based on how big the files were for Metal Gear Solid 2 HD and Metal Gear Solid 3 HD, they ran out of space on the cartridge. Why, then, did they not just add Peace Walker HD as a download code, much like Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster as well as The Sly Collection have done? Granted, that collection is a wealth of content, regardless, but should it be acceptable? Granted, if they ported over something and just gave me the base game for, say, Doom 3 BFG Edition, only giving Doom, Doom 2, and Doom 3, without adding in Ressurection of Evil, I would take it and love it. But if space limitations were there, I would have thought it would have everything. That is the big question. Is it acceptable for developers to only port over part of the game and not all of it, now that we're in the PS Vita generation?