Picking up a PlayStation Vita tonight? Already checked for the cheapest Vita retailer? You'll probably want some Vita games then.

Vita's launch lineup varies wildly in price - from the blockbuster cost of Uncharted: Golden Abyss (as much as 44.99) to the bargain basement price tag of Ridge Racer (as cheap as 14.95, although some shops seem to be charging full whack).

Every game is available digitally via the PlayStation Store (prices here) but in most cases physical copies are still significantly less when bought online.

To help your search, below is a list of some of the biggest PlayStation Vita games and their prices at some of the nation's biggest shops.

SimplyGames has the best online price we've seen for new Nathan Drake adventure Uncharted: Golden Abyss (34.85).

For FIFA, head to Asda, where you can kick off your portable footie career for just 34.97. Asda is also currently the cheapest place to pick up the Wi-Fi Vita hardware.

WipEout 2048 is 27.97 at CoolShop.co.uk, meanwhile. Shop there for the best price on Lumines too (22.97).

And Zavvi has the best prices for ModNation Racers (27.95), Ridge Racer (14.95) and Everybody's Golf (27.95).

All details are correct at the time of writing but these things can change, and quickly. If you see an updated offer or something else worth telling others about, let us know in the comments thread below - we keep this article updated all week.

Uncharted: Golden Abyss

FIFA Football

WipEout 2048

ModNation Racers

Ridge Racer

Everybody's Golf

Lumines

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