The PlayStation Blog just put out their list of the top downloaded digital titles for August 2017, and Undertale reigned supreme on the Vita North American charts. Granted, it didn’t have a ton of competition as the rest of the best selling titles were older titles, but it was also successful enough to end up being the eighth best in terms of PS4 sales as well.
Other games on the list were a trip through PlayStation Vita memory lane. The God of War Collection came in second, while the Jak and Daxter Collection came in third. Odin Sphere Leifthrasir and Minecraft filled out the top five spots.
Check out the top 10 most downloaded Vita games:
|2||God of War: Collection PS Vita|
|3||Jak and Daxter Collection|
|4||Odin Sphere Leifthrasir|
|5||Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition|
|6||Rockstar Games PS Vita Collection|
|7||Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair|
|9||Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc|
|10||FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster|
For more on Undertale, check out our Undertale Vita review. Here’s a snippet of what I had to say about the quirky role-playing game:
It’s that story that manages to be Undertale‘s greatest accomplishment. Despite a constant barrage of silly jokes and slapstick humor, Toby Fox’s script manages to deal with some very complex themes of loss and love. Under the guise of silliness is a serious plot that’ll leave the player thinking about it for months to come. The characters and their stories as individuals all will last within the player after the credits roll.
Nearly two years have passed since Undertale originally released, and it still manages to be an incredibly fresh experience. Every battle is a unique puzzle that the player has to solve, and it’s impossible to count how many times I laughed at the bad jokes of Sans. I’ll never see all that the game has to offer, but that’s okay. I’d rather make friends than destroy them.