Sony PlayStation Vita hands on review
Sony PlayStation Vita - graphics
The Vita isn't quite a PS3 in your pocket, but it's still the most graphically capable machine you can buy for TV-worthy gaming on the go. The qHD display is bright, bold and smooth, and the Vita's extra power really shows when playing games like Uncharted: the Golden Abyss, which offers complex environments and proper first-person shooting elements – not bad for something you can fire up on a bus.
Top Darts on the other hand is a bit rubbish, but other bundled games like Reality Fighters is particularly impressive. It uses the Vita's front-facing camera to create a personalised avatar, then uses the rear snapper to augment it on the ground in front of you, where it can fight AI opponents or another gamers' avatars generated using the Near service.