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Ys Memories of Celceta Review


Words by Milo Fisher

The Vita has been stepping up recently with a slew of new games being brought over to the handheld. One of these new games is Ys: Memories of Celceta, a game that so enjoyable and well made that you don’t want to put it down.

PS3 and Vita price drops


Rejoice fellow gamers! For the PlayStation 3 and Playstation Vita have descended from their price points in the sky and have graciously accepted new prices lower to the earth.

Sony Japan: PS Vita sales have increased four-fold


During a One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 presentation yesterday Sony Computer Entertainment Japan president Hiroshi Kawano said the Vita sold four times as many units this week than it did 2 weeks ago, following the handheld’s price cut in Japan.

New Tearaway Trailer – Sogport


If you haven’t heard much about Tearway, it’s the next project from the guys behind LittleBigPlanet, Media Molecule. Things on the Tearaway front have been very quiet since its announcement

Killzone: Mercenary – Gameplay Trailer


Mercenary is the 5th Killzone in the series and the first for the PSV. With Guerrilla Cambridge at the helm, they aim to mix things up a little. The game promises to play more flexible than previous Killzones where you “Choose your tactics” to complete the missions.

Soul Sacrifice gets a UK and US release date

Soul Sacrifice box art

Soul Sacrifice is an action RPG on the PS Vita, that requires the character to sacrifice their limbs and items in order to unleash devastating moves.

Future Labs’ ‘Velocity’ gets a full makeover for the PSV


Velocity is a hit PS mini from the guys over at Future Labs. The fans asked for a native PSV version and that’s what Future Labs went ahead and did

Vita’s YouTube app gets a major update


Using YouTube on Vita is a pleasure with its stunning 5” OLED screen. Even though it already came with a robust set of features, the YouTube app on Vita has been updated to improve usability even more.

2013 – PS Vita’s last hope


2012 was a rough year for the PS Vita. Though it launched in the west to acceptable sales with a slew of high-quality titles at its helm, the excitement for the system dissipated hastily in the months that followed.

3DS vs PS VITA: Metascore average


The PS VITA and the 3DS have been out for quite some time now. Though the 3DS has been available for a little longer, they’ve both had more than enough time to build a robust library of games. We’ve taken the top 20 rated titles for each handheld, and calculated the average score. Here’s how they compared:

How to get 3G on the PS Vita Wi-Fi model


Did you not want to pay more for the more expensive 3G model? Did you not want to pay for a data plan for the Vita? Well you can make your Vita, Wi-Fi model, do exactly what the 3G model does

Win 6 PlayStation Minis

Breakquest 2

[Competition now closed] The guys over at Beatshapers are giving away 6 of their games to you*. That’s right! To you guys!

5 games we want on the PS Vita


We can only hope the PS Vita matures into a system with a robust and respectable library, and while it does seem to have a fairly strong line-up for the next year or so, it could use some more firepower.

Sound Shapes review


Sound Shapes is PSVita’s newest gem. The downloadable music-making 2D platformer by Queasy Games is a unique and refreshing take on the music genre, and an excellent addition to Playstation’s Play, Create, Share collection.

Canabalt review


In Canabalt aliens have invaded earth and the destruction of human civilization is their clear desire. You play as an anonymous man in a black suit who has only one objective: to run for his life.

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita is “100% complete”


Born on the PS3, LittleBigPlanet has grown to become arguably one of the best new IPs this gen, achieving great critical and commercial success.

BreakQuest review


BreakQuest Review

Who says that big can’t come in small packages? This block-breaking PS Minis game gives you more than your money’s worth with hours of play and a good variety of levels.

Call of Duty on PS Vita: Lost potential


We wouldn’t go as far as to say the Vita is dead, it can bounce back, but it is undoubtedly struggling to find its form. Call of Duty, currently the biggest name in gaming, is coming to the Vita, and in theory COD Vita will be huge and prove to be a big help in turning the Vita’s poor form around.

Galcon Labs review


Galcon Labs is a PS Minis, outer space 2D strategy game that involves sending out little 2D ships to their highly likely deaths. The aim of the game is to eliminate your opponent’s ships before they eliminate yours.

Enigmo review


Enigmo is one sturdy and straightforward puzzle game made for the PSP, PS3, and PS Vita offering many puzzles with liquid physics. For only $3.99 USD, this graphically 3D puzzler will offer many ways for you to complete each level and enjoy yourself while you do so.

Star Drone Extreme review


Star Drone Extreme is a touch based space arcade game. Star Drone was released for the Vita and is probably most comparable to Super Stardust Delta though it is more governed as you play. Is this $4 addicting game worth the time?

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection review (PSV)



With the release of Metal Gear Solid HD for the Playstation 3 many of those who missed the PS2 outings finally have a chance to see what all the craze is about.  Those who already played those get to re-play them in hi-def at 60 frames per second.  The Metal Gear games always looked great on their respective consoles.  Its safe to say those old PS2 graphics hold up well to today’s standards when plumped into an HD resolution.  Just recently alongside the release of Gravity Rush, Konami released the Metal Gear Solid HD remake for the PlayStation Vita.  As a high population knows by now the games are good.  But how do the controls and style of the game translate to Vita?  Read on to find out

Sony is mishandling the Playstation Vita


Despite the potential, the PlayStation Vita has a lot of issues right now, and it’s all stemming from Sony.

PlayStation Vita Apps Hands On

We, at Gaming Capacity, have finally got our hands on the hottest handheld on the market and now its time to review those apps.

6 Amazing PSV Features



This is what I think will be one of the best and unique features that the PSV will offer.  Near let’s you see who is playing and what they’re playing within a 10 mile radius. Also,

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention Review


If you have been waiting for a solid RPG for your Vita, then look no further. Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention has arrived to fill your RPG needs for the time being.

Escape Plan Review


Get those extra thumbs sewn on, you’ll need them.

MotorStorm RC Review


This isn’t MotorStorm at heart but still the same quality. We’ve booted up both the PSV & PS3 version and they are remarkably similar.