Entries in 'Vita' (354)
The PS4 and Xbox One launch line-up has been overshadowed by games for Wii U, Vita and 3DS.
It’s not all about PS4 this Christmas for Sony, with the firm throwing £2.5m behind Vita, too.
Users who suddenly found themselves unable to log into PSN last night have been told that Sony has reset their passwords.
Surprise – Amazon has launched a PlayStation Network Digital Games and DLC Store in the US.
Nintendo has confirmed Wii U and 3DS titles will be able to offer cross-play support with other consoles, handhelds and mobile devices.
Thatgamecompany’s Flower and Flow will both be released on PS4, it has been confirmed.
Sony has admitted before that software pricing has been an issue for Vita, but today’s release of Angry Birds Trilogy suggests that the problem is far from solved.
Warner has announced Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition for a number of formats.
It isn’t always possible to interpret interview answers with 100 per cent accuracy, but comments from Sony suggest that the Vita was nearly scrapped.
A new ratings classification suggests Warner Bros' superhero brawler Injustice: Gods Among Us could be heading to Vita.
Updated kits and squad rosters are the only addition to the 3DS version of FIFA 14.
There’s something quite refreshing about the executives at Sony.
The re-designed PlayStation Vita has been constructed with a very simple premise in mind – make the system cheaper and more appealing.
PlayStation has landed itself another tasty-looking indie exclusive in the form of Visiontrick media’s Pavilion.
Former Vita exclusive Assassin's Creed Liberation is to receive an HD re-release on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Rayman Origins, Persona 4, Dead or Alive 5 Plus and Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remastered are among the Vita games confirmed to be compatible with PS Vita TV.
Sony surprised the industry with the reveal of PS Vita TV this morning, but what does the device say about the company’s forward thinking?
Sony has released a new video that shows its new PlayStation ecosystem in action.
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.