2016 IN REVIEW: The year's roster of excellent import role-playing options suggest rumors of the genre's death have been somewhat premature.
The gang of console personifications aims to dominate Gamindustri in a whole new way.
Team USG spends some time at Sony's E3 booth and discovers a shocking truth: it's full of games!
Despite cheerful lipservice, Sony is one step away from sticking Vita in a boat and setting fire to it at this point. But it doesn't have to be like that.
The latest in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series sees the goddesses trading their swords for microphones. Does it really produce perfection?
The Vita and PlayStation App are getting updates alongside it, too, for one big happy PlayStation family.
Sony and Mojang are also looking into possible cross-buy options for the new versions of the game.
As part of its #jrpgvita Twitter campaign, Sony has confirmed that the grand emotion-recovering adventure will be coming West.
Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines are all coming west.
Sega has announced that the follow-up to Project Diva F for PlayStation 3 and Vita is coming to the West later in the year, proving beyond any doubt that if you show your support for something, you'll get more of the things you like.
Hatsune Miku and her Vocaloid friends make the jump from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation Vita, and find their spiritual home in the process.
An image on Gaikai's website gives us an idea of what we might be paying for "rentals" on the PlayStation Now streaming service.
Every day's great at your Junes: Atlus confirms Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, Persona 4: Dancing All night and Persona 5 are all heading westwards. We reach out to the truth.
Eurogamer's Martin Robinson talks to OlliOlli's developers on its console debut, and what's next for the London studio.
Jeff Minter has been remaking Tempest for decades - but this time around he's really knocked it out of the park.
Pete and Cassandra delve into Spike Chunsoft's latest adventure for Vita -- a compelling, bleak and fascinating adventure through the darkness in human hearts, and whether everyone really does have a "price."
Remember when puzzle games weren't 30-second disposable affairs? Velocity dev FuturLab does.