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From IFA 2011 Jon gets some hands on time with Sony's upcoming Playstation Vita. It felt great in the hand, and the graphics were incredible. Is this handheld in your future?
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Happy Monday folks! We've got some more gameplay details on Alan Awake's American Nightmare, news about Star Wars: The Old Republic's queues, and Playstation Vita is finally out in Japan. Plus, Pokemon meets Feudal Japan. What?!
We round up the best games on the Sony PlayStation Vita handheld console
The PlayStation Vita arrives this week. Join the team from Official PlayStation Magazine as they share their favourite games from the best handheld launch line-up in gaming history. Next up: Joel Gregory.
The PlayStation Vita arrives this week, so the team from Official PlayStation Magazine share their favourite games from the best handheld launch line-up in gaming history. Here's Phil with his pick of the gaming bunch.
*******www.psvitareviewblog****/ PlayStation Vita review site - a truthful review of the latest Sony gaming system. Apart from the features, specification, price and look of the device, this PS Vita Review blog also shares with you the most popular games people are enjoying with this new release!
Gravity Rush review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Gravity Rush for the PlayStation Vita. Released just a few weeks ago, this game was developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. You play as Kat, a girl with the ability to shift gravity with the help of her sidekick, an actual cat named Dusty. Controls work very well with the Vita, and exploration is a lot of fun, but the game could've benefited by a better lock-on system. This video review features video gameplay footage of Gravity Rush for the Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Gabe.
Street Fighter X Tekken review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Street Fighter X Tekken for Playstation Vita. The original release of Street Fighter X Tekken was given some heavy criticism but Capcom hopes to clear this up with the port to the Playstation Vita. For one, much of the game's DLC has been added in from the beginning. There are also new free characters from the start, and many have additional costumes and colors. The controls make use of the Vita's touchscreen, mapping commands to different areas. The game offers much of what the console version had, but with stuff unlocked and even more features. It is a solid port, but a real judgement call if it's worth a second purchase. This video review features video gameplay footage of Street Fighter X Tekken for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
Persona 4 Golden review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Persona 4 Golden for PlayStation Vita. Atlus are seriously turning me off the idea of buying Persona 5 once it comes out... because their track record with "Re-releases that fix all the little annoyances" is outstanding. (Well, as far as SMT goes.) Persona 4 (the) Golden takes us back to Inaba, with a couple more Social Links, a couple streamlined systems, a few mechanical improvements, multiplayer "Rescue" support (which seems really weird, but I'll take it) and an HD overhaul. Nice timing, too, for a game that's seen a resurgence in interest following a very well-done anime interpretation and strange fighting game spinoff. Don't change that channel. This video review features video gameplay footage of Persona 4 Golden for Persona 4 Golden and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Wipeout 2048 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Wipeout 2048 from Studio Liverpool and Sony Computer Entertainment for Playstation Vita. Wipeout games are normally some of the best racing games on the Sony platform they appear on and this is continued with Wipeout 2048. The game takes place a couple years before the sport of Anti Gravity Racing really catches on, giving the game a young and dirty feel to the racing. You will race in streets and parks because the race tracks haven't been built yet. The game makes use of the Vita's features with tilt controls and touch menu navigation. The game continues the long tradition of great Wipeout games on Sony's new systems. This video review features video gameplay footage of Wipeout 2048 for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
Jet Set Radio review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Jet Set Radio from Smilebit, Bit Software and Sega for Playstation Vita. Jet Set Radio is given new life on the Vita, with new features but the same great style and gameplay. You skate around the streets of Tokyo, tagging whatever you can to expand your gang's turf. The tagging can now be done with the Vita's touch controls, which feels smooth and natural. And the great art direction and graphics looks incredible on the Vita, with bright colors that pop from the screen. The controls take some time to adapt to, but the overall game is top notch, and feels great on the new system. This video review features video gameplay footage of Jet Set Radio for Playstation Vita and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.