Sony PlayStation Vita launch titles review roundup (Updated!)

sony playstation vita launch titles review roundupThe PlayStation Vita has arrived on North American shores! Sorta. The Vita is available in the U.S., but only one model is currently available for purchase. The First Edition Bundle contains the 3G/Wi-Fi model, a 4GB memory card, a protective case, and includes the game Little Deviants. It’ll set you back $349.99, and is available now. There are also a handful of titles available online for download.  

If you are interested in the Wi-Fi only version though, or just don’t want the current bundle for whatever reason, the Vita will officially hit stores on February 22, along with the majority of launch title releases. Some will be released over the next month, as part of what Sony has called the Vita “launch window.”

So instead of wandering around the Internet all willy-nilly looking at each game review, then spending whole seconds—maybe even MINUTES—looking for more Vita title reviews, we have put all our reviews together in one handy place. Enjoy.

PlayStation Vita review

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Army Corps of Hell review


Asphalt: Injection review


Dungeon Hunter: Alliance review

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Escape Plan review

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F1 2011 review


FIFA Soccer review

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Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational review


Little Deviants review

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Lumines Electronic Symphony review


Michael Jackson: The Experience review


ModNation Racers: Road Trip review


Rayman Origins review

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Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen review


Super Stardust Delta review

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Touch My Katamari review


Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 review


Uncharted: Golden Abyss review


Wipeout 2048 review

We will update this page as more titles are released through March.

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