PlayStation Vita Reviews

Read our latest reviews of Sony PlayStation Vita games. The PlayStation Vita is a handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is the successor to the PlayStation Portable as part of the PlayStation brand of gaming devices. It was released in Japan and parts of Asia on December 17, 2011, in Europe, North America, South America and Singapore on February 22, 2012, and in Australia on February 23, 2012. It primarily competes with the Nintendo 3DS, as part of the Eighth generation of gaming. Read more...

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    TxK is a tuber-shooter with games like Tempest running through its veins. Minter refined his formula and slapped it straight onto the PSP2. Let's see how that went.
    Reviewed by 0xFFFFFFFF, Mar 23, 2021 3 comments
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    Rainbow Skies Official Review

    The developers behind Rainbow Moon are back with a new fantasy role-playing game: Rainbow Skies! This title is quite the oddball as it is being simultaneously released for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita and...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Jun 26, 2018 5 comments
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    Downwell for PSVita

    This is part one in a series of posts highlighting some of the best games available on the PlayStation Vita. Stay tuned for further entries highlighting JRPGs, general indie titles, and some more the...
    Reviewed by tiduscrying, May 23, 2018 1 comment
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    Demon Gaze II Official Review

    In the eye of the beholder.
    Reviewed by Scarlet Bell, Nov 15, 2017 21 comments
  • 8.2

    Bad Apple Wars Official Review

    Savour the forbidden flavour.
    Reviewed by Scarlet Bell, Oct 25, 2017 19 comments
  • 7.5

    Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA Official Review

    Ys returns with a brand new title! What adventures await Adol Christin and co?
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Sep 4, 2017 20 comments
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    Collar X Malice Official Review

    We would like to announce X-Day.
    Reviewed by Scarlet Bell, Jul 28, 2017 5 comments
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    Tokyo Xanadu Official Review

    The PS Vita has been on a roll with game releases recently and today we’ll take a look at one of its latest, an action RPG. Here comes Tokyo Xanadu!
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Jul 8, 2017 15 comments
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    GOD WARS Future Past Official Review

    Remember Sony's handheld console? No, not the PSP. The PS Vita. Yes, that one. It recently got a tactical RPG game. Will it convince you to dust off your console?
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Jun 29, 2017 10 comments
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    A Rose in the Twilight Official Review

    Nippon Ichi is back with another 'cute gore' game, this time of the puzzle platformer genre.
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Apr 4, 2017 5 comments
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    Root Letter Official Review

    Yet another visual novel for the PSVita, a genre that works generally well with the handheld. How does this mystery hold up? Read on as we review the first entry in the brand new "Kadokawa Game...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Nov 20, 2016 15 comments
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    Yomawari: Night Alone Official Review

    Yomawari: Night Alone is the survival horror revival you didn't know you were waiting for. Don't be deceived by its cutesy, cartoonish graphics.
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Oct 18, 2016 12 comments
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    MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Official Review

    Idea Factory game? Check. Kawaii girls? Check. Busty kawaii girls? Check check. Scantily clad busty kawaii girls? Check check check.
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Sep 14, 2016 14 comments
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    Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness Official Review

    Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness is a visual novel that takes place in a timeline within the ever popular anime's first 8 episodes. Let's see how much of the anime you have to watch to play this game...
    Reviewed by Prans Dunn, Sep 9, 2016 9 comments
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    JEC L2/R2 grip for PS Vita 1000

    Everybody knows the PS Vita features dual analogue sticks, 4 action buttons, a D pad, an L1 and R1 shoulder button, back touchplate and front touch screen. This products adds a physical L2/R2 button...
    Reviewed by Dino Rasing, Sep 2, 2016 0 comments