The busiest shopping day of the year is just around the corner and if you’re looking to purchase some current gen hardware for loved ones (or, more likely, yourself), Sony is offering quite a few deals on bundles for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Designing a big budget launch title for a brand new platform using an established brand while introducing a brand new character and trying to cater to a prescribed market demographic must be a nightmare for some developers, and this is exactly what Sony Bend ran into with Uncharted: Golden Abyss.
Alvion released a new trailer for Malicious Rebirth, the portable action-RPG for the PlayStation Vita. With the game due out later this month in Japan the trailer seems a little late to the party, but it does showcase that the PSV still has some original titles being released for it, almost more-so than its home console counterpart.
The Earth Defense Force series is all about keeping massive bug and alien threats from destroying the city. Now players will be able to link up with their buddies to enjoy the devastation as a team on the go as D3 has announced the impending winter release of Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable for the PlayStation Vita.
If Saw was a crazy Japanese puzzle game, then it would have been Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, more commonly known as 999. Zero Escape’s sequel, Virtue’s Last Reward, is now available for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita, and it bears all of the same deadly puzzle solving and text heavy story bits that made the original game such a big success.
XSSEED is bringing yet another title to the PlayStation Vita today, offering the musically inclined strategy game, Orgarhythm, when the PlayStation Network updates this afternoon.
Nine people are trapped in a series of rooms. In order to leave one room and move onto the next, they must first solve a deadly puzzle. This is the world of Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward, and you can now sample it for yourself thanks to the recently released Vita demo on the PlayStation Network.
While PlayStation Vita owners wait for more retail games to start popping up on store shelves, several PSN titles are making the jump to Sony’s new handheld, including the recent strategy RPG from eastasiasoft and developer SideQuest, Rainbow Moon.
While the Nintendo 3DS is getting the latest game in the Monster Hunter franchise, the PlayStation Vita is getting a handful of games that ape on that formula, including the upcoming fantasy adventure Ragnarok Odyssey, the dark and gritty Soul Sacrifice, and the recently announced deity-slaying simulator, God Eater 2
Soul Sacrifice looks to bring a darker take on the Monster Hunter-esque formula to the PlayStation Vita in the spring of next year. That means you’re only like half a year away from making your character rip out their own eyeball and turning it, via magic, into a monstrous morning star with which to smite your foes.
LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita is primed to offer players their “very own handheld arcade” when the game finally (officially) launches on Sept. 25. To celebrate, Tarsier Studios have unveiled a brand new launch trailer for the game, as well as a metric ton of pre-order and launch details.
Little King’s Story was an early hit for the Wii Virtual Console, now Konami Digital Entertainment is hoping that a revamped and upgraded version of that adventure/RPG hybrid will work similar magic on the PlayStation Vita, finally announcing New Little King’s Story’s official launch date of Oct. 2.
Well, that certainly didn’t take very long. Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida tweeted yesterday that the Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection would soon be available for remote play with the PlayStation Vita. Now, a day later, that game and the God of War Collection are both ready to roll on Sony’s newest portable console.
When it comes to the death-defying feats being pulled off in many video games, it's not hard to smirk at the screen and write those actions off as “yeah, that could never happen in the real world.” While the high-flying antics of Assassin's Creed's stable of protagonists may initially seem farfetched, parkour athlete Ronnie Shalvis is here to provide the counter-argument in an amazing parkour video.
The PlayStation Vita has always been able to remotely take advantage of some of your PlayStation 3’s features. Whether watching movies, listening to music or running a PlayStation One game in the PS3’s disc drive, the Vita can access much of the home consoles content on the go. According to Sony Worldwide Studeios President Shuhei Yoshida, that access is about to expand to the recent digital HD remakes of Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, too.