This rarely dips under the £20 mark as it usually sticks around £25. You might be thinking it's a little pricey for a Vita launch title, but rest assured it's the best game on the handheld by some distance. The touch-screen controls for dusting off treasure or suring up Drake's grip on a crumbling handhold really add to the experience. Thanks to the smooth analogue controls and helpful motion tweaking, the gunfights arguably handle better than the PS3 games and there's a King's ransom of hidden treasures to find adding replayability. Sony Bend have risen to the challenge despite working under the tall shadow of Naughty Dog.