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Here's a bit of rad news about the worlds of video games and real life crossing over: An Escape the Room game themed after the popular series Zero Escape will be making its way to Los Angeles later this year.
It looks like One Piece: Burning Blood finally has a launch date here in North America, as well as a list of new characters being introduced in the game. Get ready to brawl pirate-style on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One.
Koei Tecmo and Bird Studio have announced that the sequel to the hack-and-slash 3D action game, Dragon Quest Heroes 2, will launch on May 27 for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 as part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary for the Dragon Quest franchise.
Assassin's Creed fans will be able to travel to Russia and India in 2016. Ubisoft has announced that the second and third episodes of the Assassin's Creed Chronicles trilogy will debut in January and February, respectively.
Sony might not follow up the PlayStation Vita with another handheld device. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, says that the "climate is not healthy" for portable devices like the Vita.
According to a recent post that popped up on a Twitter account dedicated to trademark news, it looks like Sony could be planning to launch a new version of the PlayStation Vita.
If you purchased a PlayStation Vita soon after launch, you might be entitled to a partial refund from Sony. The company is dishing out compensation to early adopters due to a ruling by the United States government.
The PlayStation Network is set to undergo its usual restock on Tuesday afternoon. And this week, half of this month's new PlayStation Plus games will be added to the collection.
It looks like 2014 was a big year for Sony, with loads of games launching across its multiple digital platforms including the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and even old school favorites like PlayStation Classics. For those of you who are curious to know which titles lit up the virtual market the brightest, a new list has all of the details concerning the PlayStation Store’s top sellers for the past year.
This week’s offerings on PlayStation consoles are an eclectic mix of Thanksgiving treats, boasting games featuring a kitty in a submarine, a barroom brawl, an adventurous group of shapes and vampire stripping. Oh, yeah, and then there’s Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and a demo for Guilty Gear Xrd – Sign, so that’s pretty rad.
It's the last Tuesday of the year (and the last day of the year, for that matter), so it makes perfect sense that this would also mark the last PlayStation Plus update of the year. Be warned, though: It's more than a little on the light side, offering Urban Trial Freestyle for your Vita library and that's about it.
Sony is apparently in a festive spirit, celebrating the holiday season with free games for those with a PlayStation Certified device of PlayStation Vita. Get ready for a bunch of gratis PS Mobile titles!
Vita fans dying for an RPG fix have something to look forward to this year as SideQuest Studios announces its genre offering, Rainbow Moon, will be arriving on Sony's handheld come Dec. 3.
The clash of sword against claw. The cry of a beast as it crumbles to the ground. The shiny loot! Gamers can never get enough of fantasy-based JRPGs and, come Oct. 15, the latest game in said genre, Valhalla Knights 3, will be releasing for the PlayStation Vita.
Soul Sacrifice released for the PlayStation Vita earlier this year and, since its launch, it’s proven to be the game that keeps on giving. To date, four free DLC add-ons and one extra chapter provided through a title update have been added to the game, totaling nearly a dozen new boss characters and nearly 30 new levels for fledgling wizards to tackle. Today sees a second “season” of free DLC packs hit the game, including two more bosses and another eight missions.