Some owners of the PlayStation Vita version of Ubisoft's Rayman Legends game claim that the game contains less content than the game on other platforms. According to this NeoGAF thread, the PS Vita version of Rayman Legends is missing 28 levels, despite Ubisoft claiming prior to the game's launch that it offered the same amount of content as the other games. Those missing levels – "Invasion" levels – are remixes of completed courses with new layouts and hazards players get access to after completing main levels in the game.
The PS Vita does contain some exclusive touch-controlled mini-game challenges, but it is also missing hidden collectible creatures that mark a player's progress within the game. The PC and console version of Rayman Legends contain 700, while the PS Vita contains 615.
Why is this a big deal? Because, when Ubisoft announced the PS Vita version it said that it was the same as all other versions of the game:
"Rayman Legends on Vita includes all of the original Rayman Legends content, as well as five exclusive maps playable with Murphy, the greenbottle fly seen in previous Rayman games," Ubisoft said when it announced the PS Vita version of the game.
Ubisoft has not publicly commented on this story as of this writing.