Sony has revealed that worldwide sales of the PS Vita reached 2.2 million at the end of June, giving the handheld console a rather subdued market presence even falling behind the earlier PSP for the same period.
With new games unveiled and some hands-on demos of exciting upcoming titles, there was plenty on offer at Gamescom 2012. So what were the highlights this year?
Sony has revealed that it is enhancing a number of features on the PS Vita, with a software upgrade due on 28 August. We’ve got all the latest info.
The Apple iPad 3 has taken the most public votes in the T3 Awards nominations so far and is in the running for five awards, including Gadget of the Year. But what are the other contenders?
The Vita has had a rather turbulent time in its relatively short life, but with some exciting new titles due out before the end of the year, all that could be about to change.
The Wii U certainly an exciting piece of kit, but whether it does well commercially is completely unknown. But according to Sony, the console will struggle to appeal.
But if there were ever some titles to turn the Vita’s fortunes around, it’s those announced at E3. So what can we expect from the Vita in the coming months?
Ubisoft won’t be too happy at the moment, as a leak saying that Assassin’s Creed 3 will be available on the PS Vita has found its way on to the web. Read all about the latest rumour here!
Release dates for the first in a series of highly anticipated Dr Who games have been leaked for both the PS3 and PS Vita, but will it be worth buying?