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Classic platforming packed with new characters and a smart cloud-based system that lets you get the most from your gaming systems
Persona 4: Golden for the PlayStation Vita shows that the JRPG genre still remains as relevant as ever
The vast stalk-and-stab 'em up makes a Leap of Faith onto the diminutive PlayStation Vita - but will Assassin's Creed III: Liberation's epic American Revolution setting work on the handheld's small screen?
Developed by Nihilistic Software, the studio behind fellow Vita first person shooter Resistance: Burning Skies, Call Of Duty Black Ops Declassified authentically translates the established Call Of Duty gameplay millions know and love to Sony's portable system.
We've already previewed some of the top titles coming to the PlayStation Vita. Here's a round up of three more exciting games we're looking forward to.
FIFA 12 was, for many, pretty much close to perfect, loved by fans and critics alike. So?how do you improve on this? Well, the changes in FIFA 13 are all about the gameplay, stripping away what remains of the arcade-y features and ramping up the realism.
Like its predecessors on PS3 and PSP, early showings suggest the latest LBP will be another charming adventure packed with thrills, spills and funny moments, and one that's powered by not just the game's developer, Tarsier Studios, but also the player's own imagination as they create and customise multiple aspects of the experience.
You could be forgiven for thinking then that with such outrageous characters and settings that the action itself might be all talk and no kung-fu trousers. But nope, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is the real deal with each character boasting their own in-depth set of moves and combos.
The latest take on the long-running Need for Speed franchise is something of an ode to developer Criterion's previous open-world city racer, Burnout Paradise. Trimming the fat off last year's Need for Speed: The Run, the game doesn't feature a storyline, a protagonist or any poorly implemented quick time events. Instead it focuses on the unadulterated joy of action-filled racing boosted by social elements and online competition, and it all feels pretty liberating.
The eleventh licensed LEGO game in seven years, and while they've all been pretty great, LEGO Batman 2's Gotham City could set the title apart from its predecessors.
Colourful, accessible and packed with SEGA fan service, the ambitious game takes racing beyond the track by also giving you vehicles to cross the sea and sky.