Some weeks, the shelves of the PS Vita Store are lined with all manner of interesting-looking new games.
Other weeks, they're not.
This week? Definitely the latter, I'm afraid.
Sure, there are one or two bits and bobs to check out, but that's about it.
Let's delay no longer - onwards to Vita games.Full-price releases
First up is Dokuro
, a nifty-looking puzzle-platformer. It was released in the US last year, but now we Europeans can download it, too.
So, yep, we're talking 147 levels of puzzles, platforms, and constant death... all for £11.99. We'll have a review up on the site for you soon.
And what about Let's Fish! Hooked On
, a full-scale fishing game for the Vita that sounds a lot like Everybody's Golf
but, you know, with fish. It costs £14.99 / $19.99, by the way.
That's your lot for this week. I know: pretty lame, right?PlayStation Plus games and offers
Bad news, Europeans. There's nothing new on PS Plus this week. Booo.
Good news, Americans. You get Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus
for free this time around. There's nothing brilliant about it, but it's worth grabbing for free.
You can also grab Madden NFL 13 PS Vita
for half price (at $19.59), if you feel so inclined.PlayStation Mobile releases
There aren't any new PS Mobile releases this week. I'm starting to sound like a broken record here.
As part of the ongoing "six weeks of PlayStation Mobile" promotion, you can grab Cubixx
for free. Grab it before it disappears next week.PSP and PSone Classics
Once again, we Europeans have nothing new in this category, while Americans have something.
That something is Farm Frenzy 2
for PSP, which packages together multiple Farm Frenzy
games in one bundle.
There's also the Run For Your Life
bundle, which contains Canabalt
and Jetpack Joyride
. This package is priced $4.49. As pointed out last week, though, it's probably not worth buying.
That's it for this week. Back again next week, peeps.