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The upcoming new installment in the long-running Broken Sword series is coming to a Sony handheld for the first time.
FuturLab's impressive Vita puzzle shooter Velocity is getting a sequel with some interesting new gameplay additions.
Sony delivered a strong press conference this Gamescom -- complete with a release date for the PS4.
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan contemplates what Spelunky might have to teach his imminently arriving new daughter.
Got a Vita? Love Japanese games? You should check out the PlayStation Store over the next two weeks.
Gust has announced a new PS3 and Vita version of its RPG/management sim Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland.
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.
A new PlayStation Mobile title offers a fun little roguelike-shaped diversion for those seeking some punishment.
Eurogamer's Tom Phillips explores how Ubisoft Montpellier has used the extra six months to build a better game.
Media Molecule changes the focus for its new Vita adventure and comes up with a winning formula.
Japanese game specialist NIS America has just announced two new Vita games coming to the Western market.
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.
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.
Eurogamer's Ed Smith explores the strange, cruel world of Dennaton's brutally violent hit, recently released for PS3 and Vita.
Sony's making a big noise about its support for indie developers at the moment -- particularly when it comes to the Vita.
The benighted Vita made an impressive showing at this year's E3, even if everything I played was curiously hostile.
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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