PS Vita play time marathon 2: 5520mAh.

If you’ve not read my original article talking about my 10-hour PS Vita, here it is: https://www.ycptech.com/2012/06/playstation-vita-10-hour-mod-battery-life-test/ A YCPTech reader certainly read it, however, and decided he would join the fun and get his PS Vita 2000 modded to the max. I’ve stated and he understood that the road to such a mod would be somewhat…

Gravity Rush / Gravity Daze review

    just quickly: BUY BUY BUY! This game is one of the best things to happen to the Vita. fullstop. Actually there certainly are flaws, and what game doesn’t. But none of them matter more than all the good stuff that’s in this game. The sense of freedom while limited, is refreshing. And along…

Unit 13 – single player review

  just quickly play the demo, and if you’d like what you see and want to repeat it for 45 (or infinite if you count daily challenges and multi coop) missions, BUY. Justifying this buy is not easy IF there are already a lot of choices. But this being the pioneer in terms of 3rd…

Uncharted: Golden Abyss Review

just quicklybuy. despite some flaws and missed opportunities, Golden Abyss is quite engaging and its production values are unquestionable. There’s plenty to do to extend the gameplay, the graphics are (mostly) beautiful and the great cutscenes and character development does keep you hooked every time you feel like putting the game down when it starts…

Little Deviants Review

just quicklySkip, at full price. the game is not worth the full price considering the recycling that goes on. But once it becomes (heavily) discounted-see used prices below, there’s still lots of fun to be had in all those minigames. The games goes to great lengths to make sure all of the Vita’s hardware features…

Sony Playstation Vita [updated]

  Just quickly: buy, but grudgingly for now. As a supposed portable handheld gaming device it does have some deal-breakers such as the short battery life; and while it’s nice Sony now dabbles in social features, it doesn’t quite yet compare to how 3DS makes it such a far less fidgety affair. Given the choice…