The free app is built into every PlayStation Vita device, and teaches new owners the various input methods available through a series of mini-games.
Digit Chase has players tap numbered buttons in order, while Skate Axis sees a skater move from side to side through tilt controls.
The camera will be used in Snap + Slide and Hello Face, which creates tile-moving puzzles and a speaking face out of captured images respectfully.
Finally, Sound Loop allows users to record multiple sounds using the built-in microphone and layer them on top of each other.
Welcome Park also offers Trophies to unlock, such as trying out all five tutorial mini-games and finishing them under a specific time.
PlayStation Vita will launch in Europe and North America this Wednesday (February 22).
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