Have one of those old-fangled 3G models of Vita? Have no use for the 3G aspect of it? Want to expand your Vita’s memory even further? Then start scrolling, because I think I have something that you may be interested in knowing about! And before you ask, yes, we covered …Read More »
Sharpscale for Vita and Vita TV Released
This whole time what has been left of the Vita scene has been clamoring for a native HDMI output. There was even a bounty for it that seemed to be ever-increasing. That bounty was recently achieved by “cuevavirus”. The developer who made this may not have a name that is …Read More »
Review: Riddled Corpses EX
We’ve got another new game review lined up for you all! We’re going to be covering in detail Riddled Corpses EX ($9.99, Diabolical Mind, Cowcat). This game has worked its way around to the various platforms and I got my hands on a copy for XBOX One, so we’ll be …Read More »
Installing h-encore 2.0 on a Fresh Vita Running 3.65-3.68
If you’re here because you read the great news, that h-encore 2.0 is out and you want to mod your Vita, that’s great news! If you’re here because you want to update from your old h-encore, then check this article instead. It has what you want. Anyway, if you’re installing it for …Read More »
How to Use h-encore on 3.65, 3.67, and 3.68 Vitas
Recently, we all got great news from TheFlow stating that he planned on a July release date for his next set of releases. Feel free to read about all of the details concerning that if you’d like. We then got to see the very same man demonstrate for us how …Read More »
6.61 Adrenaline 6.4 Released!
Hello Vita enthusiasts! It’s been a couple of months, but TheFloW is back again with another update for his widely popular Adrenaline. Adrenaline is a software that modifies the official PSP Emulator using taiHEN CFW framework to make it run a PSP 6.61 custom firmware. Thanks to the power of taiHEN, Adrenaline can …Read More »
Should You Update Your 3.61+ FW Vita?
You just bought a Vita and it’s on a firmware that doesn’t really do something. Let’s say it’s already on 3.67, you do a quick google search and you find that that does nothing for you in way of mods. You wonder to yourself, “So…should I just update then all …Read More »
Vita Review: Time Recoil
Time Recoil (10Tons LTD., $13.99) has a habit of ending up on every platform. It started on Steam and then worked it’s way to the PlayStation 4, XBOX One, and the Nintendo Switch. But now it’s jumping onto the last system of the current generation, the PlayStation Vita! So today …Read More »
VitaShell Updated to 1.81!
So renowned Vita app developer TheFloW announced he was jumping back into the ring again this week. This man has really honed the craft of making the perfect app for the system if you’re on HENkaku, taiHENkaku, or the more permanent Enso. Today he’s released the most up to date version …Read More »
Cross Connection for Vita Updated to 1.03!
I feel like Vita homebrew developer theheroGAC just doesn’t quit. If there is anyone helping keep the Vita scene alive, he’s definitely one of them. Yesterday he dropped another stable update to his Cross-Connection app for the Vita. So what does Cross-Connection do for the Vita? How does it help …Read More »
Review of Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion for PS4
Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion (YummyYummyTummy, $19.99) was pretty well received on the PS Vita (and that’s saying something) back mid-summer 2017. Today we’re looking at the title through new eyes since it has also been brought over to the PlayStation 4. Does it have what it takes to look …Read More »
TubeVita (previously ReTube) Version 1.02 Out Now
That’s right, today we have for you an update to the previously titled ReTube. What the project is, is a rebirth of YouTube for the PlayStation Vita. The app has undergone a name change since its inception, as well as some other upgrades, now it’s called TubeVita. What does the …Read More »