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The man previously in charge of working with independent developers at Nintendo has revealed he is making his own title – for PlayStation.
A sequel to 2D skateboarding title OlliOlli has been announced.
It’s fair to say the PlayStation Vita has not set the world alight. But don’t let that make you think Sony will abandon the device.
A Marvel-themed new version of LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita will be released in November.
Nintendo 'New 3DS' announcement appears, at least on the surface, as a unneccessary and wasteful move from the platform holder.
The video below offers a glimpse on how users are able to play Bungie’s upcoming shooter Destiny on their Vita.
PlayStation Plus has suddenly become exponentially more enticing for Japanese Vita owners.
Sony is getting behind Vita once again this autumn, and has revealed a new bundle featuring Tearaway.
A Vita-only retail game is hitting shelves this October, and it's getting a full pre-order campaign.
Sony has released a new video of the Vita version of Minecraft in action.
A Sony exec has responded to online criticism regarding the Vita no-show in Sony’s Gamescom 2014 press conference.
GAME is to start selling a line of PlayStation Vita digital titles.
Freedom Wars had been scheduled for a digital-only release on Vita in Europe, but Sony has changed its mind.
The PlayStation Gamescom press conference will take place on August 12th.
Sony is confident about the Vita’s future prospects in Japan, but is less certain about its place in the Western market.
The remake of Grim Fandango will be launching on PC alongside PS4 and Vita, the game’s developer has confirmed.
The ‘rogue-lite’ dungeon platformer Rogue Legacy is coming to PlayStation platforms at the end of July.
All hope of a Vita version of BioShock appears to be over.
It’s apparently quite hard to get hold of a PlayStation Vita in the US at the moment.
Ubisoft has secured a very respectable No.2 in the Japanese charts with the PS4 version of Watch Dogs.
It’s hard to envisage a future in which handheld consoles remain relevant, EA COO Peter Moore has argued.
The big three platform holders have been eagerly courting independent developers, each with their own experts doing the wooing.
PlayStation Vita owners can expect more indie titles but fewer triple-A first-party games in the future.
Both Nintendo’s Wii U and Sony’s PlayStation Vita boasted impressive sales gains in the US last month.
An equivalent of Steam's Early Access initiative could be on its way to PS4, PS3 and Vita via the PlayStation Network.