This week on the PS Vita Store - Men's Room Mayhem, Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault, and Passing Time
There isn't a great deal of new stuff on the PlayStation Store for PS Vita owners this week, to be honest. Although if you're a PS Plus subscriber, you may find something worth picking up.
There's a fun little game filled with genuine toilet humour, for instance, while the PlayStation Mobile section is looking reasonably interesting this week.
In general, though, it's a relatively poor show, and you aren't going to be sticking around the online store for very long today.
With this in mind, let's get right on with it...Full-price releases
If my review of Men's Room Mayhem doesn't convince you to pick it up, then perhaps the PS Plus discount will (read on for details of that).
There's also a LittleBigPlanet Vita Mass Effect costume available to buy, if you're into that kind of thing. It costs... £4.79?! Wow. Never mind, then.
Ratchet & Clank: QForce has also gained a ton of DLC overnight, ranging from weapons packs to monster packs. They cost £1.19 apiece. Well, save for the freebie Miniboss Pack.
Americans can get their hands dirty on Men's Room Mayhem, too, although they only have to pay $1.39 for the 'privilege'.
You jammy, jammy US folk can also grab Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault, which is FINALLY released on Vita. $19.99 for those who haven't already bought it for PS3.PlayStation Plus games and offers
Got a PS Plus subscription? Then, you should really go and grab Men's Room Mayhem at 50 percent off. 99p sure is a lovely price.
Americans, on the other hand, can get both Pinball Arcade and Germinator for free.
The former is great and well worth a download. The latter isn't so great, but is still worth grabbing. Since, you know, it's free.
PlayStation Mobile releases
If this week's full-priced new PS Vita releases don't tickle your fancy, maybe the new PS Mobile games will.
Passing Time is a game you should definitely be aware of. It's from the guys who made Frobisher Says, and it's an hilarious-looking football game. That costs $1.99.
Yu-nama: The Puzzle is an odd one. It's essentially No Heroes Allowed for the PSP, albeit stripped down into an action-puzzle experience. £2.39 for this oddball.
The Labyrinth isn't exactly unique, but it could be fun. You tilt your Vita to roll a ball around a maze full of holes. Just 79p for this.
Another Japanese one here... Saicoro-puzzle*KURA:ssic is a Tetris-like puzzle game in which you stack blocks on top of one another. Might be fun. It's free to download in any case.
MegaBlast looks pretty nifty. It's a score attack arcade shooter with ship upgrades and huge bullet-hell bosses. It costs £1.79.PSP and PSone Classics
There are no new PSP or PSone games this week on the store, but there are some discounts. Well... a single discount.
If you so choose, you can pick up Auditorium on PSP for just 99c (down from $9.99). Not a bad price at all, soldier.
That's about it, though. See you next week.