The "next-generation" game consoles are here -- but until their game library hits critical mass, the
Two years in, the PlayStation Vita has come of age and become a refined piece of hardware and an excellent place to play a lot of games. You don't need one, but it's really fun and worth its price.
In the face of stiff competition from smart phone and tablet gaming, we were hoping for something more audacious from Sony's Vita revamp. The Vita Slim is still a powerful, portable games machine however -- just watch out for those pricey, proprietary memory cards. Owners of the original shouldn't worry about upgrading, but if there are Vita-specific titles you've been hankering to play for a while now, this is a good time to get involved.
We take a closer look at the updated handheld console at the Tokyo Game Show, as Sony looks to spark some new life into the Vita franchise.
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.
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 has ditched the proprietary charging cable for its next model of PS Vita, heading to a standard micro-USB charger instead.
There's a bargain to be had if you're after a PS Vita, but hurry, the deal ends on Tuesday.
Following one of the video game industry's most robust months thanks to the launch of Grand Theft Auto V, NPD's numbers paint a picture of where the chips lie in the impending console war.