The Sunday Screenshot Gallery: The “grabbed from Matt’s PlayStation Vita” edition

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Sharing screenshots is fun. In fact, the screenshot feature is in many ways the best feature that has been added in to this generation of consoles. It’s fun to share gameplay experiences, amusing anecdotes from the games, a indulge a little of the inner photographer in us.

This week we have a bit of a theme going. Matt recently copied all his screenshots from his PlayStation Vita to PC, only to discover that he’s taken over 2,800 screens since he’s had his Vita. So this week we’ve grabbed an insignificantly tiny number of those screens, just to remind us all of the depth and breadth of games that are available on the most underrated console ever.

It’s worth remembering why we are all looking forward to a new game in this series on PlayStation 4Dead or Alive Paradise

Delta’s not lying hereAr nosurge Plus

This is easily Miku’s cutest costume. Whoever made this one is a true geniusHatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd

Man, that’s deep Yoshimoto. Deep.Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3

I like how this Skyrim pun doesn’t even make sense, but is still awesomeDungeon Travelers 2

Rintaro, you’re just coming on slightly too strong here. For your own sake, take it easySteins;Gate

Said every politician everCitizens of Earth

Mad respect to Danganronpa for making fun of the people that would make fun of it Danganronpa 2

We’ve all been there, Mr. Rock MonsterDragon Fantasy

Lammtarra. Never go above the 1st floor. I promise you you’ll regret itAkiba’s Trip

Noire’s putting her hands in the air like she just does not careHyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection

To be honest, Miku in a wedding dress rocking out like she’s in The Clash is just too cool for wordsProject Diva F 2nd

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