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[Vita Review] The Quiet Collection: Quiet Christmas


The Quiet Collection contains four 8-bit retro games around the same theme. Yesterday, I reviewed Quiet, Please! and today I’m on to the second game of the collection (which I loved even more than the first one!).

It’s Christmas Eve and you just want to go to bed and wake up on Christmas morning. But the tree is broken, the house is too cold, Mr. Peabody’s tacky Xmas display is annoying and as always your brother won’t go to bed.


In Quiet Christmas, the gameplay is the same as in Quiet, Please!, but this time, instead of wanting to silence everyone to get some sleep, the little girl wants to make sure that everything is perfect for Santa Claus’ visit (and then get to sleep so that Christmas morning arrives sooner)!

The puzzles in this game were more to my liking than the previous game (Quiet, Please!), which involved baking some cookies, and destroying annoying inflatable figures to name a few. But be warned that I still recommend playing the games in their order!

I also got a liking the girl’s little brother, which is downright totally cute every time we see him in the house! I have a few young kids at home, and I could imagine them acting exactly like he did if they were still awake late the evening before Christmas!

This game was a bit quicker to complete than the first one, and I managed to clear it in around 20 minutes, probably because I was already used to the controls. As was the case with the first game, you can’t save so you have to do it in one go, or use the Vita sleep mode.

[review pros=”Even funnier puzzles
Even cuter setting” cons=”None” score=90]


Cost: $4.99 (Included in the Quiet Collection)

PSN Game Size: 100MB


This review is based on a digital copy provided by Nostatic Software.