PS Vita UK Launch: Games, Reviews, Cheapest Prices & Tech Specs
The PS Vita launches this week alongside its stellar line-up with Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048 and Everybody’s Golf.
So we roundup all the details you might need, whether that’s the best prices for games and hardware, reviews of all the launch line-up games or simply the tech specs of the PS Vita.
PS Vita’s Best Prices And Deals
Look after the pence, and the pounds will look after themselves – or so they say. Here are the very best PS Vita deals and pricing options.
- PS Vita cheapest prices and best deals – including the console itself and the best games.
- PS Vita: PSN Store gets free apps, DLC, games and prices – all the details on what you can expect – and how much it’ll cost you – for content from the PS Vita’s PSN Store.
- Vodafone’s PS Vita deal – giving gamers WipEout 2048 for free.
PS Vita Hardware
There’s no doubting the PS Vita is a sexy piece of kit, but is it one that would fit into an App Store-fuelled world of mobile gaming?
- PS Vita hardware review – an in-depth look at the tech powering the PS Vita.
- PS Vita, iPhone, 3DS hardware and tech analysis – we compare the three major handheld gaming platforms, to decide who comes out on top.
- PS Vita vs Nintendo 3DS vs iPhone 4S: specs compared – a detailed look at the tech behind each portable gaming device.
PS Vita Games Reviews
With so many games launching alongside the PS Vita, how do you choose which ones to get? Well, with NowGamer’s reviews of course.
We’ve reviewed all of the PS Vita’s launch games, and have pinpointed those we might recommend, and the others you’ll probably pick up from a bargain bin.
- Uncharted: Golden Abyss review – not by Naughty Dog, but another fantastic adventure for Drake.
- WipEout 2048 review – Studio Liverpool smash out another success, with the best WipEout game yet.
- Lumines Electronic Symphony review – it’s the same game as ever, but well suited to the PS Vita.
- FIFA Football review – surprisingly, it’s better than the PS3 version.
- Everybody’s Golf review – one of the best examples of the series, and a must-have for Vita owners.
- Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour review – it’s pretty much the same as the console versions, but well suited to the handheld.
- BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend review – proof that the PS Vita is capable as a fighter’s console.
- Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 review – more proof that the PS Vita can do beat-’em-ups, just a little less intensive.
- Army Corps Of Hell review – a decent idea and a new IP, poorly realised.
- Little Deviants review – an interesting mini-game collection that lacks… well, anything.
- ModNation Racers review – the fantastic kart racer ported over to PS Vita. Unsuccessfully.
- Reality Fighters review – a tech demo of the Vita’s augmented reality, but not much of a game.
- Rayman Origins review – it’s the same as the PS3 version, just without multiplayer.
- Touch My Katamari review – more of the same for Katamari fans, though a good entry point for newcomers.
- Ridge Racer review – a budget racer fuelled by DLC that lacks the essense that makes Ridge Racer so great.