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Demon Gaze for PS Vita gets a release date, new screens

NIS America is hard at work getting yet another interesting PS Vita RPG released over here.

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Killzone: Mercenary review for PS Vita

Guerrilla Cambridge comes through with what is surely the best portable FPS title yet and an impressive showpiece for the PS Vita.

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Rotating Octopi and Floating Cloud God coming to Vita next week

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If you're a North American Vita owners wondering when you'll finally get your hands on The HD Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character and Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims in HD! , the wait won't be much longer at all.

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Thomas Was Alone Creator Unveils Next Game

If you loved Thomas Was Alone — and really, why wouldn't you? — then good news: Mike Bithell has announced his next game.

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Limbo coming to PS Vita next week

Another day, another indie classic is being ported to the Vita. One day after thatgamecompany announced that Flower will be heading to Sony's handheld, Playdead have confirmed that they're bringing Limbo over as well. Unlike Flower, however, Limbo has a confirmed release date — and one that's not too far off either: it'll be getting …

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Life of Pixel tries its luck on Kickstarter

After an underwhelming beginning on PlayStation Mobile, the creators of retro-gaming love letter Life of Pixel have turned to Kickstarter to expand the game's potential audience.

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Machinarium review for PS Vita

Machinarium is a feast for the senses and a treat for your brain, and there's nothing else on the PS Vita like it.

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Gravity Rush review for PS Vita

Rush on over to the PlayStation Store or your favorite retailer and check out Sony's unique, gravity shifting action-adventure for the PS Vita.

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PS Vita System Software Update v1.65 coming soon

SCEA this morning announced that a new PS Vita System Software Update is just about to be pushed out, and other than a few minor tweaks to the settings, there does't appear to be much in the way of exciting new additions.

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PS Vita wins prestigious Red Dot Award for innovative product design

Sony took home a couple of design awards for their new portable hardware and other various peripherals.

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A week with the PS Vita

With over a week of gameplay time behind him, Travis offers his detailed impressions of Sony's powerful new portable. So far, does it meet expectations? Click through to find out.

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Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock to be first UE3-powered PS Vita game

Epic's Unreal ENgine 3 is confirmed to be powering the time-bending action game based on the BBC Worldwide series. Check out the first trailer also.

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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend review for PS Vita

The wheel of fate is turning, this time on the Playstation Vita with BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend. This handheld port of Arc System Works popular 2D fighter brings the pain with all the bells and whistles of it's home console brethren. Read the full review below to find out how well it stacks up!

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Sony gives 3 good reasons to try out PS3/PS Vita Cross-Play features

The ability for PS Vita and PS3 gamers to share content across both versions and even play against each other in the same game is pretty awesome, so Sony is providing some incentives for players to check these features out.

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