Imagine this on the PlayStation Vita's beautifully sharp OLED screen.

Despite a stacked launch line-up, the system's been something of a barren wasteland for almost a month. That's all starting to change now, though. The release of WipEout 2048 this week has kick-started the system into life — with a demo for Super Stardust Delta the latest content to drop onto the device's native store.

The demo allows you to test out the gorgeous shooter's arcade mode, with the first planet — Alena — on offer. You can play the game using classic controls or the new Vita control scheme, which incorporates touch inputs into the mix.

The final version of Super Stardust Delta will retail for a lowly ¥1,000. From what we've played of the shooter, its going to be a must have.