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George and Nico in Your Pocket

The upcoming new installment in the long-running Broken Sword series is coming to a Sony handheld for the first time.

Double the Velocity

FuturLab's impressive Vita puzzle shooter Velocity is getting a sequel with some interesting new gameplay additions.

Sony at Gamescom: The Round-Up

Sony delivered a strong press conference this Gamescom -- complete with a release date for the PS4.

Learning Vital Life Skills from Spelunky

Eurogamer's Chris Donlan contemplates what Spelunky might have to teach his imminently arriving new daughter.

Japan-Centric Vita Sale Starts Tomorrow

Got a Vita? Love Japanese games? You should check out the PlayStation Store over the next two weeks.

Gust Crafting Atelier Rorona Remake for PS3 and Vita

Gust has announced a new PS3 and Vita version of its RPG/management sim Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland.

Tokyo Jungle Mobile Review

One of Sony's strangest games makes the jump to the small screen -- but is it any good in portable format? Desperate Female is interested.

Vita Gets Its Rogue On

A new PlayStation Mobile title offers a fun little roguelike-shaped diversion for those seeking some punishment.

What the Delay has Done for Rayman Legends

Eurogamer's Tom Phillips explores how Ubisoft Montpellier has used the extra six months to build a better game.

Exploring Traditions With Tearaway

Media Molecule changes the focus for its new Vita adventure and comes up with a winning formula.

NIS America Confirms DanganRonpa and Demon Gaze for the West

Japanese game specialist NIS America has just announced two new Vita games coming to the Western market.

Velocity Ultra Review

Velocity Ultra, a combination of vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up and brain-frying puzzle game from British developer FuturLab, is the latest "must-purchase" title for the rapidly improving PlayStation Vita platform.

Five Games That Make an Adequate Replacement for a Fireworks Display

Happy 4th of July! If, on the off-chance, you're by yourself today and missing the fireworks, give some of these games a shot.

How Hotline Miami is Like BDSM

Eurogamer's Ed Smith explores the strange, cruel world of Dennaton's brutally violent hit, recently released for PS3 and Vita.

Vita Hearts Indies

Sony's making a big noise about its support for indie developers at the moment -- particularly when it comes to the Vita.

PlayStation Vita Wants to Kill Me, and I'm OK With That

The benighted Vita made an impressive showing at this year's E3, even if everything I played was curiously hostile.

Sony's E3 Press Conference: It's For Gamers

Sony was keen to impress on us that the PS4 was "for gamers" - here's the lowdown on what Microsoft's biggest rival had to show us.

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