Vitamag Issue #16 is Now Available to Read Online

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

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The Vita Lounge have announced that their latest issue of their Vita fan magazine, Vitamag, is now available for people to read. The magazine contains reviews of many recent releases such as Zero Time Dilemma, Grand Kingdom and Skullgirls 2nd Encore.

Also included are some developer interviews with Touchlight Games (the developers of Nuclear Golf) and TT Fusion (the developers of the more mainstream Star Wars: The Force Awakens). With regards to more Japanese style games, there is also the latest Developer Diary for the upcoming RPG CyberThreat available for reading, which is my personal pick of the crop.

There is also a feature discussing multiplayer games you can play on the PlayStation TV using multiple Vitas and/or DualShock controllers. For those that are into multiplayer games or are simply interested with regards to the PS TV’s potential, this may be of interest to you.

You can read the digital version for free here.

About Joseph Puntschart

A university student who loves niche games and desires for them to be more fairly represented in the world. Favourite games include Persona 4 Golden, Super Mario Galaxy, Kingdom Hearts II and IA/VT Colorful. Hopes that one day a Japanese publisher will take the risk and make a Yaoi ecchi game. Think Valkyrie Drive with guys and you're on the right lines.




  • Panpopo

    Nice, will have to check this out.

  • Mr0303

    The Vita definitely has a dedicated fanbase. It’s the best handheld I’ve owned and it’s one of my most used gaming machines.