Welcome to GameSpot's central hub for PlayStation Vita content! Each day, we will be updating this page with our favorite Vita news, reviews, videos, and features. Curious to see how the launch games fare? Want to see videos of the games in action? Visit this page frequently to view our most recent Vita coverage and to discover what's on the horizon.
Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 : Text Review
When you sink a little deeper, you discover a game in which victory and defeat hinge on a fine line. It's a high-risk, high-reward system that buries you in a brightly colored light show at the slightest misstep.
Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack : Text Review
As one of the first downloadable games available for the Vita on the PlayStation Network, Mutant Blobs Attack sets the bar quite high. It's not a lengthy adventure, but it's effectively designed and doesn't let the hardware's features get in the way of a good time.
Rayman Origins : Text Review : Gameplay Video
This eccentric side-scroller plays every bit as well as it did on consoles, and the Vita's large screen does great justice to the game's vibrant artwork.
Ridge Racer : Text Review
Ridge Racer feels more like a cheap cash-in than a fully thought-out product. There isn't even a single new track for longtime fans to enjoy. If it were a cheap download, then it might be worth a punt, but even at its slightly "cut-down" price, it's a complete and utter rip-off.
Dynasty Warriors Next : Text Review
It may be enough for those who want mindless action, but if you want something deeper, you have no reason to come to the Three Kingdoms.
Lumines: Electronic Symphony : Text Review : Gameplay Video
Months from now when you're looking to enjoy 30 seconds or multiple hours at a time with your Vita, Lumines: Electronic Symphony will still have you covered.
Touch My Katamari : Text Review : Gameplay Video
Returning fans and newcomers alike should find that the newest game in the series provides plenty of reasons to remember the King of the Cosmos again.
HotShots Golf: World Invitational : Text Review : Video Review
World Invitational is another rendition of the same old song, but with a beat this catchy, you'll be humming along all day.
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance : Text Review
These dungeons may be worth hunting in, but you can do that just as well somewhere else.
Little Deviants : Text Review : Video Review
The Deviants themselves add little to the package; their generic brand of wackiness and the insipid looping soundtrack are easy to ignore and mute, respectively.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss : Text Review : Video Review
While the story might not fare so well, thankfully, the action and platforming does--for the most part.
Wipeout 2048 : Text Review : Video Review
If you're expecting heaps of innovation from 2048, you might come away disappointed. But as soon as you dive into the mammoth single-player and multiplayer campaigns to blast a few ships, you'll be having too much fun to notice.
FIFA Soccer : Text Review
There's fluidity to the gameplay that produces some wonderful football, and that paired with the official licenses, great visuals, and slew of modes make for an experience few sports games can match.
Chris is handy with a sharp blade. Not to mention, a sneaky devil. Who better than to tell you about Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen?
Don't think this is where it ends, though: not by a long shot. Here's what to expect in the coming weeks, along with links to other Vita content we think you'll enjoy. So--enjoy!