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[PS Vita Review] The Quiet Collection: Vacation Vexation  

[PS Vita Review] The Quiet Collection: Vacation Vexation
EdEN, Owner
  • On September 10, 2015

Review Overview

Who doesn't like the beach?


Welcome to a new short review for a game included in The Quiet Collection. Today we’ll be talking about Vacation Vexation, one of the two longer games in the collection. If you missed on our previous reviews, be sure to check Quiet, Please! and Quiet Christmas. All caught up? Then come right in!

Ah, the family seaside vacation. Sun, sand and… annoyances galore. Explore, solve puzzles and play arcade mini-games.

After two games spent running around the little girl’s house, this time around we embark on a journey to a new setting. Who doesn’t like to go on vacation to the beach? Unfortunately, once there the little girl finds out that everything she planned to do at the beach isn’t going to happen… unless she starts to make some changes, and fast!

Gameplay remains the same, which means you’ll need to explore everywhere to find the right item for each of the puzzles. Vacation Vexation is a longer game, but luckily there is a save feature that will allow you to continue at another time if you feel like taking a break (or if your Vita’s battery runs out).

Vacation Vexation

There are several clever puzzles in Vacation Vexation, and the longer game (which will take you around 40-60 minutes to complete) means there are now even more puzzles than before. I had a lot of fun in the new beach setting, and luckily the number of items in the game never became too much to handle. Even though there is no inventory system, the location isn’t big enough as to lose one of the items.

Be back tomorrow for our review of the final game in The Quiet Collection: Candy, Please!


  1. celsowm

    Long life to XBLIG games (even in PSN) 🙂

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