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A new-look, cut-down version of the PlayStation Vita has been confirmed by Sony Japan.
Momentum behind PlayStation Vita is finally building, says Sony.
It appears that the PlayStation Vita version of Rayman Legends lack some content found in the other releases.
The PlayStation Vita was designed for a market where smartphones, tablets and freemium games were not the driving force.
Sony and Nintendo have vastly differing handheld visions, as is demonstrated by the contrasting approaches of Vita and 3DS.
Killzone Mercenary will deliver the console-grade FPS experience currently missing from handhelds, says Sony.
Ubisoft has announced a delay to Rayman Legends on Sony’s PlayStation Vita.
The president of SCE Worldwide Studios has perhaps for the first time admitted that question marks hang over the long-term future of PlayStation Vita.
FIFA 14 on Vita will not feature any of the gameplay improvements found in many of the game’s other versions.
Looks like Microsoft's exclusivity over the indie phenomenon is well and truly over with Minecraft heading to two more PlayStation platforms.
It's been one hell of an evening for PlayStation.
Sony has slashed the price of PlayStation Vita to €199 in Europe and $199 in North America.
New IP on the way from Sony's worldwide studios.
Sony Worldwide Studios has announced a slew of new IP for PlayStation Vita.
Sony has revealed both Borderlands 2 and Fez will be coming to the Vita this year.
JB HiFi could potentially become a digital competitor in the future, while AFL Live 2 gets a release date and Fruit Ninja comes to Vita.
A leaked US retail advertisement indicates that the PS Vita will drop down to $200 this month – though it's unclear for how long it will stay at that price.
BioShock Vita could still happen… providing Sony gives the project the thumbs up.
Mike Bithell, developer of the award-winning indie game Thomas Was Alone, has shared on his positive experience with Playstation Plus – saying player uptake has been “amazing” since the game’s ...
Sony is targeting children with the new PlayStation Vita Mega Pack.
Namco Bandai is bringing the Dragon Ball Z series to the Vita with upcoming team melee title Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z.
Every single PS4 game will be playable via Remote Play on PlayStation Vita.
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead is coming to Vita, headlining a line-up of more than 85 games due for the handheld by the end of the year.
All three platform holders are ready for what they hope will be their biggest and most important E3s to-date.