Today marks the debut of the Sony Entertainment Network in North America, and for those of you who enjoy glossy attempts to streamline the way you spend all your money this new initiative should be a real treat.
The PlayStation 3 had several big releases, as did the PS Vita. Here are our choices for the best of the best.
After months of waiting, fans of quirky PlayStation Network hit Tokyo Jungle are now able to enjoy the downloadable game on their Vita handhelds.
The third (and presumably final) iteration of Ninja Gaiden 2 will debut on Sony's Vita handheld toward the end of February.
Tecmo Koei developer Team Ninja has officially revealed the Vita-exclusive Dead or Alive 5+ alongside a release date, screenshots and not much else.
A new addition to the nearly two-year-old LittleBigPlanet 2 arrives next Tuesday, and it uses Sony's Vita handheld to mimic functionality most famously seen in Nintendo's Wii U console.
With the release of Persona 4 Golden, Atlus hopes to revive the best roleplaying title of the PlayStation 2 generation for a new era of handhelds, inadvertently trumping all modern roleplaying games in the process.
Sony's new fighter PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is blatantly patterned after Nintendo's Smash Bros. franchise. Whether that's a positive or negative however, is up to personal interpretation.
Though not yet officially announced, we've got word on LittleBigPlanet Vita's upcoming Marvel Dash DLC, and it sounds very interesting.
Capcom has released the most polished version of Street Fighter X Tekken to date on Sony's PS Vita handheld, though beneath the wealth of new features lies the same old fighter.
In an effort to expand the Silent Hill franchise Konami has created a game that veers way off track.
Will Call Of Duty fans enjoy a handheld Black Ops sequel without the now obligatory "secret" zombie mode?
After nearly half a year of delays, Doctor Who will finally have a chance to shine on Sony's flagship handheld.
The latest entry in the Earth Defense Force series is coming to your nearest PS Vita handheld.
Check out our impressions of the PlayStaion All-Stars Battle Royale beta, then win a code to check it out yourself
Sony’s upcoming brawler, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has begun a closed beta. Check out our impressions of the game and read on to see how you can land yourself a code to check it out.