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  • Blog Post: Corpse Party: Blood Drive Coming To Japan In July

    The next entry in the Corpse Party series, subtitled Blood Drive, is coming to Vita in Japan on July 24. Taking place a few months after Book of Shadows, Blood Drive follows Ayumi from the previous game as she attempts to retrieve the Book of Shadows again in order to revive her deceased friends. As... More
  • Blog Post: Monster Hunter Freedom Unite Closes Out March Instant Game Collection

    Don’t shed a tear for the end of March’s PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection offerings. Instead, take up arms and skulk through the wilds as you hunt your prey. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite for PSP (and Vita) rounds out March’s offerings. You and up to three of your friends can... More
  • Blog Post: Tomba! 2 Coming To PlayStation Network February 18

    MonkeyPaw Games is wrapping up a six-week spree of retro releases on PlayStation Network. The final title in the set is the oft-requested Tomba! 2, which is coming to PS3, Vita, and PSP. Tomba! 2 was originally released in Japan and North America in 1999. Whoopee Camp published it in the former, but... More
  • Blog Post: Velocity Ultra Coming This Year To PlayStation 3

    Velocity Ultra, the formerly PSP exclusive, upgraded for Vita side-scrolling shooter, is coming to PlayStation 3 before the end of the year. Developer Curve studios announced the game's port to PlayStation 3 on the PlayStation Blog , but it wasn't able to offer an exact release date. The game... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Network Promotion Gives Players $10 Back For Every $50 Spent

    Ahead of the holiday video game rush, the PlayStation Network is offering a promotion that gives players money back if they spend a certain amount. Beginning today and ending October 29, when you spend $50 from your Sony Entertainment Network wallet, you will receive $10 back, with the opportunity to... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Posts Profits For The Year, But Not Because Of PlayStation

    In its 2012 fiscal year end report (ending on March 31, 2013), Sony reported a profit even though the PlayStation sector declined in both hardware and software sales. The company's sales and operating revenue increased from last fiscal year by 4.7 percent at 6.8 trillion yen ($72.3 billion), and... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto Liberty And Vice City Stories Available Now On PSN

    As promised , Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories are available to download now on the PlayStation Network. Each game is $9.99, and you will be getting the PlayStation 2 ports of the games, as opposed to the original PSP releases. Now's the perfect time... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 2: Eternal Punishment Has A PSP And Vita Problem

    Yesterday's PSN release of Persona 2:Eternal Punishment was exciting for many RPG fans, but disappointing for others. Players hoping to experience the game on PSP or Vita discovered that it would not download to those devices. The game was intended to be playable on PS3, Vita, and PSP, but the PS3... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 2: Eternal Punishment Available Now On PSN

    What once was a rumor , is now a Sony confirmed fact. Persona 2: Eternal Punishment is available now on the PlayStation Network. Persona 2: Eternal Punishment originally released for the PlayStation, and it shouldn't confused with Persona 2: Innocent Sin which released for the PSP in 2011. It's... More
  • Blog Post: Play As Inafune’s Fictional Niece In New Dating Game

    Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune's company, Comcept, joins forces with Aksys games to create a dating sim game that places players in the role of the developer’s fictional niece. In Sweet Fuse: By Your Side, Keiji Inafune has created a theme park that his niece visits. Unfortunately, the park... More
  • Blog Post: Sony's Evolution Of PlayStation Retrospective Spotlights Portables

    Sony continues to build towards its upcoming announcement this Wednesday with a look back at what the company has done before. Take a look at its history with portable gaming. See how Sony thinks its revolutionized portable gaming with a look back at the PSP and the PS Vita. Remember when that thing... More
  • Blog Post: ESRB Rating Points To Persona 2: Eternal Punishment Coming To PSN

    Not to be confused with Persona 2: Innocent Sin, the PSP game that is already available on the PlayStation Network, it looks like Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, the hard to find PlayStation game, is coming soon to Sony's online store. The rumor of the game's impending release comes from the ESRB... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Cuts PlayStation Vita & PSP Sales Projection

    Reporting on its recent performance in the third fiscal quarter ending last year, Sony has once again revised its sales estimates for the Vita and PSP handhelds for the fiscal year ending in March. Both handhelds are now expected to sell seven million units worldwide. This echoes CEO Kaz Hirai's... More
  • Blog Post: NAMCO Bandai Games Announces 50% Off PSN Sale

    Namco Bandai Games America Inc. is having a four-week 50% off sale of games and content across PlayStation systems including PS3, Vita, PSP, and DLCs. Some of the mentioned sale content includes Ridge Racer 7, Dark Souls: Atorias of the Abyss, One Piece: Pirate Warriors DLC Pack and more. The sale commences... More
  • Blog Post: Xseed Considering Bringing Unchained Blades Sequel To North America

    Xseed published Unchained Blades on the PSP back in June, and it may be bringing its sequel, Unchained Blades EXXIV, to North America as well. Siliconera is reporting that while the publisher is currently concentrating on bringing the first Unchained Blades to 3DS, it has the sequel in the back of their... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Game Division Posts Loss, But It's Getting Better

    Sony's had a rough year so far, littered with bad financial reports and layoffs. In a new financial statement, the losses continue. Sony's posted a loss of $198 million in the its most recent fiscal quarter. Some of the loss was due to a slowdown in its games business. The company's PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: PSP Digital Comics Shutting Down

    It's short notice, but Sony has announced the digital comic store for the PSP will be shutting down on October 30. There's a brief FAQ following the announcement on Sony's website that explains why the service is closing down: "We stopped providing new content to the Comic Store last... More
  • Blog Post: Numbers Down For Sony

    Sony reports that it hasn't had a good first quarter of the current fiscal year, and the company is changing its outlook for this quarter and the fiscal year as a whole. The company didn't break out each of its consoles specifically, but the PS3 and PS2 combined sold 2.8 million units worldwide... More
  • Blog Post: Motorstorm: Pacific Rift Online Servers Going Down

    Sony has set a date for the online multiplayer servers to go down for three of its titles: SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3 and Motorstorm: Arctic Edge for PSP, and Motorstorm: Pacific Rift for PlayStation 3. All three games' online features are going down on October 1, which gives you about 1,704 hours to... More
  • Blog Post: Unchained Blades Coming To North America

    XSEED Games is bringing the dungeon-crawler Unchained Blades to the PSP in June. The 3DS version is due out later this year. Unchained Blades was originally released in Japan in 2011, and features the work of developers from games like Grandia and the Lunar series. Players journey through the game with... More
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