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The PS Vita gets its first FPS. How does Resistance: Burning Skies stack up against the other highly praised titles in the series? Find out in our review…
With the release of Gravity Rush, the PlayStation Vita just got that much more appealing. We loved bending the laws of gravity to save the world, and we bet you will too...
Disgaea comes to the PlayStation Vita with Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention. Is it engaging enough to force dozens of battery recharges on your new handheld?
The first military themed third-person shooter hits Sony’s Vita. Can it reach the bar set by the best of Zipper’s popular SOCOM series? Check out our review and find out…
You've likely picked up your PlayStation Vita. You've got your games picked out and you're either chucking touchscreen grenades with Nathan Drake or you're stacking up puzzle pieces to that weird song with the video where the guy's face shows up on bikini models. But we digress. You might not know about Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!!!, a digital-only title that's floating around the PlayStation Store. Fix that. Now....
"Billiards on the go" sounds so boring. And "pocket pool?" Not so much. So what do we think of the PlayStation Vita version of Hustle Kings as a handheld version of one of the world's favorite bar sports? You'll have to read our review to learn the details...
Next continues Dynasty Warriors' tradition of very predictable action on the battlefield, but is that something you want on your new handheld? Perhaps, especially if you're looking for one game to last you dozens of hours...
From the start, we were drawn in to Escape Plan based on the premise and the style alone. A black-and-white puzzler where we use the Vita's controls to navigate booby-trapped rooms? It's such a departure from the norm that we couldn't help but fall in love, but after playing through the imaginative games we found that it wasn't as black-and-white as we hoped...
On paper, this looks like being a contender for 'least value for money' ever, with its massive three track selection and only four cars. But to dismiss it for that would be to do Ridge Racer a monumental injustice. Here's why...
Perhaps it was asking a lot of 3DS to deliver the full F1 experience a couple of months back. PlayStation Vita, on the other hand, should be able to have more than a fair crack. To its credit, it does, but there's something you should know before you reach for your wallet...
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