Tag Archives: Playstation Vita

The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 04/04/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 28/03/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 24/03/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 14/03/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 07/03/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 28/02/2014

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The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 21/02/2014

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King Oddball Ends the World review

By Umar Bastra

How many days has it been now, since I last saw the sun? I seem to have lost track of time. I feel light headed and I think I might have a fever. My body feels cold. I can feel my humanity slipping away with every passing minute and there is no one here to keep me company. I can’t remember when or how it all went wrong. Is it my fault things turned out this way?

The EvoPoints Downloads Of The Week – 14/02/2014

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PS4 version of Rayman Legends will not match Wii U’s functionality

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Rayman Legends are only days away. With the announcement that the PS4 version will support Remote Play using the PlayStation Vita, many thought that this could be the final nail in the coffin of the Wii U, rendering Nintendo’s Gamepad controller no longer unique.

Nearly half of all Vita game sales are digital

Memory cards for the PlayStation Vita are stupid expensive. Much of the gaming public seems a bit paranoid of a digital-only future. No matter. 48% of all Vita game sales are digital.

PlayStation Vita Slim coming to the West?

Today, Sony’s set to reveal something newer and slimmer to the European market. Many surmised that it might be the newer, slimmer PlayStation Vita that’s already available in Japan. Those people deserve gold stars, because it seems that exactly what the big reveal will be.

Vita sales surge following PS4 release

One of the very things that I think Sony had hoped would happen with the release of the PlayStation 4 has come to pass. People are buying PlayStation Vitas.

Rainbow Moon review – Pocket SRPG

By Umar Bastra

Rainbow Moon on PSVita is a port of the PS3 downloadable game that was released in 2012 and developed by SideQuest Studios. It blends SRPG (Strategy Role Playing Game) elements with that of a traditional RPG to create a flawed but deeply enjoyable experience, one that you might just find yourself coming back to long after you have completed the main storyline.

Use a Vita as a second PS4 controller

Maybe you’re picking up a PlayStation 4 today (and you should, because it’s a pretty damned cool console), and one of the games you happen to pick up supports 2 player’s on screen at the same time. Maybe you don’t have a second controller, but your buddy, wife, girlfriend, dog, brother or sister wants to get in on some two-player action. If you have a Vita, you’re sorted.