While primarily still a gaming console, the new PSP Go is aimed at people who regularly download and consume their entertainment digitally, including music, photos, movies and games, on the move.
James Dominguez On sale tomorrow, the PlayStation 4 is a smooth, polished piece of hardware, but some missing features and a lacklustre game library hold it back from perfection.
Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura We're having a double-dose of user-submitted articles today, starting with the latest in Andrew Yoshimura's series profiling the major players in video game history.
Adam Turner The PS Vita TV will be a draw for home-entertainment lovers in the battle for console supremacy.
Screen Play reader Corey Lee It's a double-dose of user-submitted writing today on Screen Play, beginning with Corey Lee's plea to game publishers to give us something new and stop relying so much on established properties.
James Dominguez In the rush of E3 preparations, Your Turn judging slipped back a little. It's a bit late, but here is the winner for May.
James Dominguez Following the great success of Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, will Halfbrick's new game, Fish Out of Water, to be another big hit? Here is DexX's opinion.
James Dominguez Once again it is time to announce the Your Turn winner for the past month, but March also marks a very special anniversary.
Screen Play reader Steve Smoothy A few weeks ago, reader Smoolander listed his "stack of shame", his pile of unfinished games, and invited other readers to confess. Today, we find out which games were the most shameful.
Screen Play reader Nathan Sereda A great hero needs a great villain to fight against, and reader Nathaniel Sereda is hoping that the next Metal Gear Solid will deliver.
James Dominguez Tetsuya Mizuguchi is video gaming's arthouse director, a creative visionary who chases new forms of expression rather than lucrative business models.
James Dominguez New sales data has revealed that Sony's shiny new handheld is selling poorly, and a lacklustre game library is probably to blame.
Screen Play reader Corey Lee Japanese RPGs are becoming a rarity on today's video game consoles, and reader Corey Lee is not happy about it.
James Dominguez Two years after plastic guitar games were booed off the stage, music and rhythm games have cleaned up their act and started making a comeback.
James "DexX" Dominguez Does the amount you pay for a game change your perception of how worthwhile it is?
Jason Hill It should be of little surprise that a device with so many features is big. But you will definitely be surprised at how large Vita is.
Calum Wilson Austin Questionable battery life and pricing means the PS Vita will have its work cut out for it competing with the already established Nintendo 3DS, writes Calum Wilson Austin in his hands on preview.
Jason Hill Battery life is a major concern for any mobile gadget user. How does the Vita stack up?
Jason Hill It's very disappointing that the Vita has no internal storage, requiring users to buy expensive and proprietary memory cards.
James Dominguez The PlayStation Vita is exciting not because of what it can do now, but what it could do in the future says DexX.