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  • Blog Post: Cel Damage HD Crashes Onto Sony Platforms Next Week

    An HD remake of the cel-shaded game all about vehicular mayhem, Cel Damage , is crashing onto PlayStation 4, PS3, and Vita this Tuesday, April 22. The game pits up to four players against one another in split-screen demolition derbies. Players can choose between 6 characters and 10 vehicles to play across... More
  • 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: PlayStation Vita Firmware 3.10 Adds Calendar, Ups App Count

    Sony is rolling out the latest firmware for the PlayStation Vita, adding a couple of new features and loosening restrictions on the number of apps you can have on the home screen. You’ll also be able to pass voice messages back and forth to your friends using the handheld. Firmware 3.10 also adds... More
  • Blog Post: SteamWorld Dig Coming To PS4 And Vita

    Mining action/platformer SteamWorld Dig is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, and players won’t have to wait long to get their hands on it. The game will be coming in March to both consoles via PlayStation Network with a $9.99 price tag. SteamWorld Dig lets players take on the role of... More
  • Blog Post: New Vita Hitting The U.K.

    The redesigned PlayStation Vita has been confirmed for a U.K. release, hopefully meaning it's one step closer to being announced for North America. The slimmer Vita will hit stores in the U.K. in a "matter of days," according to MCVUK, who has received confirmation from Sony. Among the... More
  • Blog Post: Muramasa Rebirth Fishy Tales Of The Nekomata DLC Available Now

    Muramasa Rebirth, the high-definition Vita upgrade to 2009's Muramasa: The Demon Blade for the Wii, is getting some DLC and it's available now. The DLC, titled Fishy Tales of the Nekomata, stars Okoi, "a girl possessed by the nekomata Miike, battling to avenge Miike's master as you travel... More
  • Blog Post: The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth Details Revealed

    The Binding of Isaac creator Edmund McMillen has revealed a ton of tantalizing details about the upcoming 16-bit remake. McMillen announced The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth back in August 2012 as a new-and-improved console version of the game that would feature additional modes, bosses, playable characters... More
  • Blog Post: Flow Coming To PlayStation 4 And Vita In A Few Days

    Before Journey and Flower, Thatgamcompany released Flow, and it is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita very soon. Flow originally released on PlayStation 3 in 2007, and much like the developer's follow-up games, it falls into the difficult to define genre of art-experiment video game. In the game, players... More
  • Blog Post: Terraria Heading To PlayStation Vita This Month

    Terraria, the popular 2D Minecraft-esque building and digging sim, is coming to PlayStation Vita next week. The game has been available since April on consoles, and even longer on PC, and the Vita version of the game will be available on December 17. The game will be Cross Play compatible allowing PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Giving Away 10 Free Games To Mobile Gamers

    Sony has plans to give away two free games a week for the next five weeks playable on PlayStation certified smartphones, tablets, or the Vita. The first two games available for free are Passing Time, a soccer game, and Rymdkapsel, a strategy title. To get the games for your Vita, you will have to head... More
  • Blog Post: The PlayStation 4 Version Of Diablo III Will Feature Vita Remote Play

    Recently, Blizzard said that it was considering implementing remote play streaming for PS Vita in its PlayStation 4 port of Diablo III. Now, we have confirmation that this feature will be in the game, and is already up and running. The news came in a tweet from the official Diablo Twitter account: "Will... More
  • Blog Post: Polytron Shares Fez Vita Footage

    Fez is coming to Vita, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4, and developer Polytron tweeted out a short Vine showing Fez (sort of) in action on Sony's handheld. In the Vine clip, which you can see below, Fez protagonist Gomez doesn't actually do anything, but the game is definitely running. Oh, hey... 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: Dragon's Crown Cross-Play Is Now Live

    Atlus's Dragon's Crown promises cross-play functionality has been implemented in a new patch. Now, Vita and PS3 owners can play the co-op action/RPG together. The company released a new trailer to celebrate, watch it, then hop on PSN and get your hack on. 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 Talks More PlayStation Vita TV

    Andrew House, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, took the stage today at Sony's TGS Keynote to discuss the company's vision and more about PlayStation Vita TV. While House reiterated the goal to reach more types of gamers and maintain a PS4 vision that is consumer focused and developer... More
  • Blog Post: Lemmings Touch Marching Single File To PlayStation Vita

    The classic puzzle game, which was released for PlayStation Mobile in 2012, is coming to the Vita in a new form. In a post on the PlayStation Blog, developer d3t Ltd.'s Jaime Campbell revealed that the company is bringing a touch-screen focused version of Lemmings to the Vita. The studio has retooled... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Releasing New Vita Model, 64 GB Memory Card In Japan

    At an Asia-focused press conference early this morning, Sony announced the first PlayStation Vita hardware revision. The new form factor for the device offers small improvements and a variety of new colors. The new Vitas, which come in white, light blue, yellow, pink, tan, and black, sport a 20 percent... More
  • Blog Post: Patch Coming For Missing Rayman Legends Content On Vita

    Ubisoft has announced that the missing Invasion mode levels for the Vita version of Rayman Legends will be restored via a future patch. Gary Steinman, Ubisoft communications manager, said on the Ubisoft blog that the levels were not included due to "longer development time than expected," but... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Indie Deals With VVVVVV, Dustforce, And More

    Today during an event PAX 2013 event in Seattle, Washington, Sony announced a slew of upcoming indie games heading to the PS3, PS4, and Vita. The newcomers to the Sony family include Divekick on PlayStation 4, VVVVVV for Vita, and Octodad: Dadliest Catch getting PlayStation Move support. Sony drove home... More
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