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10 Great 2016 Vita Games You Overlooked

The Vita had some solid under the radar releases this year.

Volume: CODA Now Available Thanks to Free Update

PSVR exclusive mode.

Best Vita Games of 2016

Best Vita Games of the First Half of 2016

Even the Vita has some good games!

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PSN Store Weekly Deals Top Picks – June 28 – July 5, 2016


10 Vita Games That Are Better Than Their PS4 Counterparts

Better on the go!

Volume, YIIK: A Postmodern RPG to Get Limited Physical Releases

No release dates have been set.

Volume Update on PS4 & PS Vita Adds Cross-Save Support

Trophy pop-up fix also included.

Volume Dev Mike Bithell Looking to Open New Studio

Current project will “probably be the last thing” he codes.

PlayStation Vita: Is It Better to Burn Bright Than to Fade Away?

Ye old faithful.

PS4, PS3 & PS Vita New Releases: January 3 – 9, 2016 – Rebel Rivals

2016 is here.

PlayStation New Releases for January 2016 Spotlight

Get the skinny on the first batch of PlayStation releases of 2016.

Volume’s PS Vita Release Set for January 5, 2016, Includes Cross-Buy With PS4

“Cannot express how happy I am that we’ve got that Vita port done.”

Volume PlayStation VR Support Arrives in 2016, Free VR DLC Coming First to PS4

PS Vita version is still happening.

Volume Gets 20 Community-Designed Levels Including a Metal Gear Solid-Inspired Level

Dev originally wanted to add 2-3 levels per week.

Volume Getting Critical PS4 Bug Fix Update Soon, New Difficulty Mode in the Works

Expect subtitle visibility improvements, better language support, and more in the future.

Volume Delayed on PS Vita, PS4 Version Launches Today

Will still include cross-buy and cross-save.

PS4, PS3 & PS Vita New Releases: August 16 – 22, 2015 – Zombi Without U

Yep, it’s another busy week.

Monthly Releases Spotlight – August 2015

Everything you need to know about the next four weeks.

Volume Launches On August 18 for the PS4, PS Vita & PC

Check out the new trailer.

10 Indie Games to Look Out for at E3 2015

Don’t be surprised if some of the games listed steal the show from your usual AAA title.