Playing shooters on the Vita won't feel like pedalling a bike with one leg like it did on the PSP thanks to the second analogue stick, but the spiffy little portable's unique features could provide on-the-go gamers more than just the ability to move your legs and head simultaneously. The Vita's features could complement Black Ops 2's future warfare toys nicely. We're hoping bells and whistles like the motion-sensor gyro, the back touch-screen panel and the camera don't go to waste. We'd love to pilot the Quadrotor drones by tilting the device, peer through walls using the the X-Ray attachment by moving the camera about, or steer missiles using the touch screen. Of course not everyone is equally as enthused about taking their fingers off the buttons and contorting their body in the pursuit of a frag, so it should probably be optional.