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August 20, 2013

Gamescom 2013 | PlayStation Vita Price Dropped to $199, Buy One

As of tomorrow, there is no reason to not buy the best (from a technical standpoint, at least) handheld on the market.

 
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May 21, 2013

PlayStation Vita to Stream PS4 Games

During Sony’s February press event it was revealed that Gaikai was acquired to stream gaming to multiple devices, and Sony’s updated site suggests that the PlayStation Vita will play most, if not all of the PS4’s titles.

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February 5, 2013

Sony Knocks 50% Off Prices Of Select Final Fantasy Games On PSN

This is the 25th anniversary for the Final Fantasy series, and that means big savings for Sony fans.

 
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December 17, 2012

Nintendo 3DS Passes PS3 Lifetime Sales in Japan

Well, that certainly didn’t take long.

 
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November 16, 2012

3DS Outselling Vita 47:1 In Japan

The Vita’s troubles aren’t a secret to anyone, but this is a huge sign that the struggling handheld is in need of some serious help.

 
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September 29, 2012

Sony Shutting Down PSP Comic Service

For nearly three years, PSP users have had a handy little app that would let them purchase a variety of comic books. Sadly, Sony is shutting down the service next month.

 
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June 1, 2012

Class of Heroes II Making Its Way to PSP and Vita

MonkeyPaw Games has partnered with GAIJINWORKS to bring the localized version of the JRPG dungeon crawler Class of Heroes II to North American audiences.

 
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April 24, 2012

PS Vita Gets Skype Video Calling Today!

Sony has announced that some time later today when the PlayStation store updates, Skype will be made available for both the 3G and wifi versions of the PS Vita. Both voice calls and video calls will be possible, making use of both the front facing  and rear camera on the Vita. It will run in the background so you can answer calls while you’re playing games or using any other app. You can simply pause your progress, take the call and then resume your Nathan Drake treasure hunting once the call’s over. Senior director, consumer electronics group at Skype, Manrique Brenes, is quoted as saying that his move is all part of the company’s  “…ultimate goal of [...]

 
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March 30, 2012

Collaborative Kickstarter Campaign Launches to Help Bring J-RPG Titles to Western Market

MonkeyPaw Games Inc. , in partnership with GAIJINWORKS LLC, announced a partnership for a new Kickstarter campaign aiming to raise $500,000 to help one  of many Japanese RPGs release their first hybrid digital/deluxe physical release. MonkeyPaw Games will be picking up Class of Heroes 2, which was created by the acclaimed Acquire Corp., for release in Europe and the US.  MonkeyPaw Games’ plan is to use the funds they hope to acquire from the Kickstarter campaign to make improvements to the game as well as offer a limited edition, Deluxe Pack physical release for the PlayStation Portable that will only be available to Kickstarter supporters.

The campaign hopes to gain the [...]

 
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February 9, 2012

PS Vita Store Launches in the US

Our good friends at Shifted2U are reporting that the PS Vita store has launched in the US with a slew of games and videos in stock. With the same colors and a similar structure of the PS3 and PSP stores, the PS Vita store will have PS Vita, PSP, and PlayStation Minis as part of the downloadable games section, and movies, game trailers, and shows in the video section. While the official launch of the PlayStation Vita is still a ways away (Feb 15th for First Edition Bundle purchases and the 22nd for everyone else) the PS Vita store is up and running, which is a good sign.

Below you can get a closer look at the store and (more importantly?) the prices of [...]

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January 24, 2012

SNK Wants You to Relive the Late ‘80s

SNK Playmore has released Bermuda Triangle and Gold Medalist as PlayStation minis for PSP and PS3.

Bermuda Triangle is a top down shooter originally released in 1987. Gold Medalist pits you against the rest of the world by competing in various events to win the 1988 Seoul Olympics. I find it quite delightful how retro this all is.

These games join several other SNK Neo Geo titles already available and are available right now for $2.99 each.

 
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September 21, 2011

Vita and PSP: Ad Hoc Friends Forever

In an interesting piece of news, it has been revealed that the PS Vita and PSP can play ad hoc compatible games together. Ad hoc is used to play PSP games with other people nearby using it’s Wi-Fi signal. This might not seem that exciting but with ad hoc Party on the PS3, you can play ad hoc PSP games with anyone else on the service. This basically makes it an online game but removes the portability of the system.

The PS Vita can download PSP games from the PlayStation store meaning that you can still play Monster Hunter with your friends from back home on your Vita or in person if you want to ad hoc more traditionally.

Source: Siliconera

 
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September 14, 2011

While You Were Sleeping… Sony Had Their TGS Presser

As we did yesterday, we’re here today to catch you up with the events of last nights (or morning if you were in Japan) events in Tokyo Game Show, featuring Sony’s opening press conference.

You already know about the PlayStation Vita’s Japan launch date, but here’s what you may have missed.

Let’s start with the basics. There’s 26 different games that will be available during the launch window, and they are:

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II Plus Browser Sangokushi Touch Battle Project N.O.E.L.S. Fish On Dynasty Warriors Musou Next Shinobido II Power Smash 4 Uncharted: Golde Abyss Hot Shots Golf 6 F1 2011 Dream Club Disgaea 3: [...]

 
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September 6, 2011

PS Plus Update For September

Hey everybody, the latest goodies for Playstation Plus members has been released and expect a ton of free stuff and discounts galore!

Here are some highlights on what to expect.

With today’s network update, members will receive a free copy of PopCap’s smash hit tower defense titles, Plants vs Zombies, as well as Astro Tripper and Altered Beast.

And don’t forget the discounts either, as several free avatars and a free theme will be available. The discounts will come in levels, as three Minis have been reduced by 20% (Alpha Mission, T.N.K. III and Vanguard II). Also 25% off The Impossible Game and a amazing 40% off Armageddon Riders.

Later next week, [...]

 
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September 1, 2011

Carnivores: Ice Age Hits The Playstation Store

Anyone with any primeval urges will be happy to know that with Carnivores: Ice Age you can shoot up saber-tooth tigers, wooly rhinos, and even huge mammoths.

The game throws you onto a recently discovered planet to test your hunting skills on a ‘realistic’ ice safari. It doesn’t exactly look like Crysis, but hey, there could be substance in the title.

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