Hey Chaps we all know the Playstation Vita is breath taking with it's graphical output and when you consider the CPU and GPU constraints that were put in for the sake of maintaining battery life developers really have had a task coding and putting certain games out for the system but when they do it right boy do they do it right. I'm going to point out one of my favourites but if you guys want to share yours please by all means do. I want to consider this an appreciation thread for the games that did it absolutely right. The one I'm going to mention is... Metal Gear Solid HD collection because these 2 ports aren't so much a lesson in pushing the hardware to it's limits as opposed to how a game should optimised for a system to get the best performance. The compromise both games make for a very consistent performance is running at a sub-native resolution and with no anti-aliasing. I may be mistaken but I do believe both games run at a higher resolution than the PS2 original (please do correct me if I'm wrong). Both games run with an adaptive V-Sync engaged which for the majority of the game keeps that frame-rate locked at a stable 30 FPS however in smaller rooms mostly in MGS2 it even goes up to that gorgeous 60 FPS cap. Metal Gear Solid 2 was one of the most gorgeous games on PS2 and on Vita it's just as breath taking and let me just say that frame rate during game-play is LOCKED, it does dip during cutscenes and specifically during the last 2 boss fights but to maintain such strong performance for me was really impressive. Metal Gear Solid 3 is the more demanding of the 2 games and frame rate dips are more common during game-play (boss fights in particular similar to the original game) but once again the V-Sync does it's damn job very well. These for me are a perfect example of great optimisation and had Jak Trilogy made the same kind of compromise I wouldn't have minded at all playing at a sub-native res. If you can get your hands on these games I highly recommend it because I believe the HD collection is actually really cheap on Vita.