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Open the clams! Rain on the parade! Find the flan! Shoot the space marines! All this micro-game excitement and much more in this video of us having a goof off with Frobisher Says.
If you're a fan of high-velocity futuristic racing then you'll probably want to join us as we take Wipeout 2048 for a quick spin. Get ready for rockets, missiles, plasma and AWESOME.
Every developer tackles making Vita games differently. Some try to shove an entire console game onto a handheld, while others try to create the perfect portable experience. Zipper Interactive's Unit 13 falls into the second category, making a game that's great for long stretches of time or short bursts...
With the PS Vita launch more than a month away, Sony is using CES as a last chance to showcase their shiny new handheld. We go hands-on and test out the new touch controls with the latest entry in the FIFA franchise...
Unlike any Silent Hill game before it, Silent Hill: Book of Memories throws out the psychological horror formula the series is known for and replaces it with pure action. Producer Tomm Hulett explains…
Disappointed by the 3DS version like we were? Well fear not! A great handheld recreation of F1 could be mere months away if our latest go on the Vita version is anything to go by...
We've seen Gravity Rush several times now, yet it still manages to wow us with its gorgeous cel-shaded style and gravity-bending mechanics. Today we're looking at a few of the game's earlier missions…
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is poised to be the premier handheld fighting game, with a Vita release that's practically identical to the upcoming console version. The roster includes 19 beautifully-animated characters, counting every DLC and unlockable character from previous iterations, plus the sinister newcomer Relius Clover…
As we've seen in the past, it wouldn't be a system launch without the long-lived series Dynasty Warriors making an appearance. This time the ancient Chinese history/brawler mash-up is part of the inaugural PS Vita launch line-up. Does anything set this entry apart from the dozens of other Warriors games?
When one of the sharpest looking games on console gets ported to a handheld system we expect some sacrifices. When the port ends up looking just as good and throws in some additional features to boot, well color us impressed.
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