It's Vita for your TV, and while that might sound great on paper, PlayStation TV suffers from lackluster performance and features.
Sony's slimline Wi-Fi-only PlayStation Vita is finally making its way down under, arriving on June 4 for AU$269.95.
Sony's new, thin gaming handheld is here. And it's a reminder that the embattled Vita platform has a lot of things going for it, too.
The slimmed-down Sony PlayStation Vita doesn't reinvent portable gaming, but it's a nice refinement of the portable PlayStation platform that comes at a great price for US gamers.
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A refresh of Sony's most compact gaming console will hit North America this spring with more battery life, a new LCD screen, and an 8GB memory card for $199.
Sony's powerful little portable has an impressive amount of quality titles available for the platform. Here are a handful of titles sure to please Vita owners.
The PlayStation Vita Slim -- also known as the PS Vita 2000 -- has been given a new thinner, lighter design. We go in for a hands on look.
Sony is bringing its slender handheld console to Brits, but there's no word yet on a US release date.
In a cryptic invitation, the company says it's ready to announce the "slimmest" launch in its history. A smaller PS4? Probably not. A wider release of its PS Vita Slim makes much more sense.
At a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, Sony has unveiled two new Vita products: the Vita 2000 handheld console and the Vita TV, which plays Vita content on your television screen.