Every week, new content releases on the PlayStation Network, and sometimes it’s nice having an easy to play title during life’s numerous layovers. Sparkle 2 has some fun moments in the form of color matching addiction, but little else makes the title worth playing. Eight dollars won’t break most wallets, but there are plenty of other games on the Vita more worthy of your time.
With that juvenile behavior out of the way, Smart As (heh) offers the player a collection of mini games designed to test and strengthen their brain power. Although the game feels about six years too late, Smart As offers a nice set of diversions that’ll keep players interested until the inevitable boredom sets in.