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President of SCE Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida is confident that consumers will happily pay full price for Vita games.
Commuters exploring ruins, a spa transforming into a boxing ring and a picnic that becomes a war – Sony continues its cinematic flair for platform launch ads.
Burning Skies, the first Vita entry in the Resistance series, will be released in the UK this summer.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has invested around $50 million in its campaign for PlayStation Vita.
Publisher Ubisoft hopes to grab a hefty chunk of PS Vita’s software sales with five launch games.
The first prices for Vita games downloadable from the PlayStation Network have been confirmed by Sony.
With the UK launch of PlayStation Vita rapidly approaching, Sony has announced details of two free games for the device.
Online indie ShopTo.net has seen its profit leap 254 per cent for the six months ending January 31st.
Early buyers of Namco Bandai’s PS Vita Ridge Racer game at retail will receive paid-for content for free.
Consumers that pick up the 3G model of Sony's upcoming PlayStation Vita will receive a free copy of WipEout 2048.
Sony has revealed that Vita owners in North America will not be able to download PSP games they already own on UMD.
Sony's launch titles are now available on the US PS Store, one week ahead of the handheld's launch.
Hideo Kojima, the creative mind behind the Metal Gear Solid series, has confirmed a PlayStation Vita version of Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection.
PlayStation Vita can warm up a bitter start to the year for games retail.
FIFA Football can be PlayStation Vita’s big system shifter. And that’s not a statement from publisher EA, but a leading video games developer.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita will get a hefty functionality update this week ahead of its US and European launch later in the month.
We have put together a special magazine all about PlayStation Vita - and the 20-page guide is now available to download, read in your web browser or access via iPad.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita has overtaken its predecessor the PSp for the first time since its launch week in Japan.
US retail has, as expected, confirmed that buying a game digitally for the PlayStation Vita will be cheaper than buying a physical version of the same title.
UK retailer GameStation has unveiled a range of trade-in options for those wishing to offset the cost of a PlayStation Vita by handing over an old machine.
Two new options have been offered to US customers looking to pre-order the PlayStation Vita.