Cult hit visual novels “The House in Fata Morgana” and “London Detective Mysteria” will see a digital and physical release on the Vita.
“Trinity” will allow you to install custom software onto your Vita, even at the highest firmware version 3.70. Enter at your own risk.
VBlank’s long-awaited sequel to “Retro City Rampage” is finally upon us. But can “Shakedown: Hawaii” live up to its hype?
Can you still have a game of blackjack without leaving your home? Well, yes. But not on your Vita.
“Vita means life” for yet another developer, who continues to support the platform long after Sony has deemed it dead.
The developer studio behind the cult hit “Shinigami to Shoujo” visual novel has announced this on their Twitter account.
You could have owned this Vita prototype for the price of a second-hand Mercedes-Benz. But you didn’t buy it. Boo-hoo, internet.
Join me and my wife Harumi in this mystery unboxing! What has Simon sent us this time? And what smells OLD?!