Prototype 2ReviewedVitaUncharted Golden Abyss: 8/10ModNation Racers vs. Wipeout 2048: 6/10 & 8/10 respectively.Virtua Tennis 4: 7/10
Unit 13: 8/10
Reality Fighters: 7/10Everybody's Golf: 7/10
F1 2011: 6/10Little Deviants: 5/10Blazblue Continuum Shift Extra: 8/10PS3Final Fantasy XIII-2: 8/10UFC Undisputed 3: 9/10Catherine: 7/10Kingdom's of Amalur Reckoning: 8/10The Darkness II: 9/10
Grand Slam Tennis 2: 8/10Never Dead: 7/10
Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters: 4/10
WWE 12 (online): 6/10PSN
Choplifter HD: 6/10
Zack Zero: 4/10
Sonic CD: 7/10
All Zombies Must Die!: 7/10
Dungeon Defenders: 8/10Features
Complete A-Z Guide to PS Vita
13 games so bad you have to play themThe Top 10
Resident Evil 6 trailer
DmC devs receive death threats
The Last of Us actors discuss the game
PS4 not coming to E3 this year?
Netflix and Lovefilm arrive on PS3
Tiger Woods 13 new celebrity line-up
OPM comes to iPad
Soul Calibur V Japanese advert
Yes/No Will Platinum Games save Metal Gear Solid Rising?
The question "what does the magazine offer that the website doesn't?" is starting to ring truer with each passing month. The balance is all wrong IMO. It boils down to: are the 3 features worth £6? These last few months though, even they've appeared on the website. By the time this issue appears on the high-street (Tuesday), the whole Vita reviews section of this magazine will be available to read for nothing.
That level of insight you might expect isn't here. Take the Vita coverage - it's nowhere near as in-depth, or offers any particular level of insight, you can't find online. Because of page constraints, there's actually less. Which when transferred to the website, comes off second best to coverage provided by the likes of TechRadar & Eurogamer. It's like the mag is in a state of flux, unable to provide the 'big event' coverage you want for a new console launch.
The Top 10 comes across like unnecessary filler this month.