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PlayStation Vita offers PlayStation 3 level visuals combined with a front and back touch screen, dual analogue sticks and motion controls.

Unlike the XBox 360, Sony have the advantage in the handheld market over Microsoft.

Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is a card-game spin-off of the brilliant Uncharted series, for the PS Vita. It seems a world away from the gunplay and exploration of the main series, so how exactly will it work?.. read now

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LittleBigPlanet on the PS Vita offers a step up from previous handheld versions of the world-building and platforming hybrid game. We look at how our family responds to the creative side of the game on the new PS Vita console... watch now

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Sunflowers is an intriguing new strategy puzzler for the Playstation Vita and will re-introduce a feature which occasionally sees sunlight on a handheld: vertical display... read now

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Silent Hill: Book of Memories is a huge departure from the long-establish survival horror series, abandoning the claustrophobic over the shoulder camera for a more Vita-friendly top-down look with twin-stick shooter antics... read now

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Dust 514 on the Vita is a game but supports your gameplay on the Playstation 3 by making the management and social functions of the game portable... read now

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New Little King's Story rejuvenates a game sadly overlooked and will introduce a fresh new on the Playstation Vita to the joys of this cuddly real time strategy... read now

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Sumioni: Demon Arts promises a lush artistic style combined with innovative touch-screen gameplay features. Whether this new IP will make an impact on Sony's Vita remains to be seen... read now

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Wipeout 2048 not only lets you race on the go, but introduces great controls and cross-play features for fans and newcomers to the series... read now

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The PS Vita carries the weight of great expectation on its diminutive shoulder buttons. Not only does it have to make a break from the foibles of the PlayStation Portable and PSPGo! but it has to establish a new way of playing portable games -- not to mention coping with a silly name... read now

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Army Corps of Hell looks to be a highly unusual mix of the RTS and crowd-brawling genres. With goblins fighting through Hell and a heavy metal soundtracks, it's an eerily familiar setting... read now

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Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a decidedly tongue-in-cheek platformer, set in a retro science fiction take on the 1950's... read now

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Chronovolt isn't anything new, but does have a nice mix of ideas that should keep the game fresh... read now

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Dungeon Hunter: Alliance is an epic four-player RPG for the Playstation Vita, featuring drop-in/drop-out online cooperative multiplayer... read now

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Michael Jackson: The Experience HD promises something of a tangent from the successful dance excursions on other consoles, to delivering a tapping and sliding rhythm action game on the Vita... read now

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Uncharted Golden Abyss delivers in spite of considerable pressure and competing expectations. Although at times it threatens to lose its way amongst a tick box approach to balance and touch screen controls, good design and interesting characters make this an essential new chapter in the Uncharted series. While I'm more than happy with Uncharted 3, Golden Abyss is actually more like the game I was hoping that it would be... read now

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Asphalt: Injection brings the series to the new PS Vita and goes head to head with Ridge Racer once again. This time it could be the favourite... read now

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With the Vita being available already in Japan, and having read various import reviews I wasn't expecting to be all that surprised by the arrival of Sony's new handheld console on my home shores. While I was still excited to get my hands on the US/European PS Vita a little bit before launch I thought I knew what to expect... read now

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Virtua Tennis 4 comes to the Playstation Vita as well and offers a personalised avatar, online play and even an offline multiplayer mode using a single Vita console... read now

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Mortal Kombat has been announced for the Playstation Vita, with Kratos making the transition along with the rest of the Playstation 3's features... read now

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Sound Shapes combine music creation and platform gaming. With an accessible editor and level sharing over the internet, this will either be an internet sensation, or a curious oddity in the future history of gaming... read now

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