Console crazy: 10 best new handheld games

From papercraft messengers to Mexican wrestlers, we give you the latest and best new handheld games

With the introduction of the cheaper PS Vita Slim model in February and Nintendo’s release of the 2DS last year, it’s clear there’s still an interest in games on dedicated handheld consoles and mobile devices. Here we show you the best and latest new games in the handheld market.

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Verdict:

For puzzle lovers Threes on the iOS is a great little brain-teaser, while Tearaway on the PS Vita is a fun little game that will keep you entertained for hours. Pokemon X on 3DS is perfect for fans of the franchise, with monsters old and new to collect, train and battle.   

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1. Threes, iOS, £1.49

2. Guacamelee, PS Vita, £9.99

3. Bravely Default, 3DS, £31.99

4. The Legend of Zelda - A Link Between Worlds, 3DS, £32.97

5. PolyFauna, iOS, Free

6. Tearaway, PS Vita, £20.79

7. Pokemon X, 3DS, £32.89

8. TxK, PS Vita, £5.49

9. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy, 3DS, £35

10. Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition, PS Vita, £29.98

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