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.
It’s been a long march to Killzone: Mercenary’s Sept. 10 release on the PlayStation Vita, but those eager to get boots on the virtual ground won’t have to wait quite that long to give the game’s multiplayer component a test run. A closed beta launched today and, later this month, the developers will be opening the beta up to anyone wishing jump in.
A couple of new free apps are about to be unleashed on the PlayStation Vita, giving gamers new ways to connect with their besties via Toro’s Friend Network and paint a masterpiece with their finger with Paint Park Plus. Both new apps are headed to the PlayStation Network Tuesday afternoon.
Limbo, the monochrome game about violent death and discovery, has led an interesting life. Starting out as an Xbox 360 exclusive, the indie game eventually made the jump to PlayStation 3, PC and Mac. Now it's ready to be enjoyed on the go as developers announce an impending launch on Vita.
Every now and again, a game comes along that catches me completely off guard. Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery for the PlayStation Vita does exactly that, in all of the best ways possible.
Chances are pretty good that, if you you're playing Soul Sacrifice, you are now pretty familiar with the act of sacrificing your friend in order to deliver a devastating final blow to a massive enemy. According to game creator Keiji Inafune, that type of decision forces the player to experience an emotional reaction, something he wanted to be a big focus in his latest game for the PlayStation Vita.