In order to shift focus towards its PlayStation 4 console, Sony has officially confirmed that there are no first party games being developed for the PlayStation Vita.
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The latest study reveals a strong preference among youths for tablets. The majority of next-generation tech users prefer to game on devices such as iPads and Galaxy's rather than handheld devices.
Sony president Shuhei Yoshida has just revealed that almost all PlayStation 4 titles will be compatible with the PlayStation Vita via remote play unless they require external PlayStation 4 hardware.
A well-played price cut for the PlayStation Vita has been announced for the 28th of February in Japan. Research was conducted my Sony to evaluate what could be done to make the Vita sell better.
An exploit has been video recorded which showcases ISOs for Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and Shining Blade loading and running on Sony's newest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita.
Warner Bros today released details for a reboot of Spy Hunter on the PlayStation Vita and the 3DS. The game will feature branching levels, upgrades and a new camera system that will show off crashes.
The PlayStation 3 may never receive another Resistance game after the surprisingly stellar 3rd installment last September, but that doesn't mean the PlayStation Vita is going to be missing out.
Keiji Inafune, who has worked on and created many titles such as Mega Man and Dead Rising, has taken a liking to the PlayStation Vita and will develop a new game for the system.
In the first of a number of PlayStation Vita game review round-ups we cover Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Super Stardust Delta and Rayman Origins on Sony's newly released portable gaming machine.
The PlayStation Vita was launched in the US on the 15th of February and to celebrate the birth of a brand new handheld gaming console, I've decided to write a review on it.
Just a few days ago, firmware 1.60 was released for the Vita. This update gave access to a various selection of features including, PSP backwards compatibility, Google Maps and video recording.
The PlayStation Vita is scheduled for release in the United States and Europe in just over a week, but that does't mean that the console hasn't already been exploited. However, piracy isn't an option.
Sony has revealed the launch details of the upcoming PlayStation Vita handheld in the USA and Canada. The system will launch February 22 alongside 25 software titles, costing from $9.99 - $49.99 each.
The launch of the PS Vita in Japan has resulted in 321,000 units of Sony's next generation portable game console being sold in that country during its first two days.