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  • Blog Post: [Update] iOS Version Of The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth Rejected From App Store

    Update: Despite Nicalis' teasing of a mobile port of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, it looks like Apple might have just killed it (at least the iOS version) by rejecting the game for containing "depict[ions] of violence towards, or abuse of, children." Tyrone Rodriguez, the founder of Nicalis... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] The PSP Version Of Breath Of Fire III Is Coming To North America Next Week

    Update: The PlayStation Blogcast has revealed the date for the digital rerelease of the PSP version of Breath of Fire III. You'll be able to purchase and download the game from PSN on February 9. [ Source: PlayStation Blogcast via Destructoid ] Original Story (January 28 at 7:10 p.m. Central): Good... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do Multiple Delays On A Game Discourage You?

    When a game is delayed, it's typically a good thing in the end. It usually means that the team isn't happy with releasing a mediocre product and would rather extend the development cycle by a certain amount of time in order to get it right. When a game sees too many delays, however, it can point... More
  • Blog Post: Not A Hero Comes To PS4 Next Month, Vita Version Bites The Dust

    Roll7’s follow-up to the OlliOlli series, Not a Hero, finally has a release date on PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, the previously promised Vita version has been canned. The developer says that the handheld version met its premature end, though it wasn’t because of a choice the studio made... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Steps In To Save The Vita Version Of The Banner Saga

    After an extensive delay, Stoic Entertainment's fantasy, viking-themed strategy game The Banner Saga will finally be headed to the PlayStation Vita in 2016. The fate of the handheld iteration was in jeopardy after Stoic revealed how its original porting partner folded without finishing the project... More
  • Blog Post: Towerfall Finally Comes To Vita On December 15 With Ad-Hoc Multiplayer Support

    Towerfall might have started its life on the ill-fated Ouya Android microconsole, but it has flourished on other platforms. PC and PlayStation 4 iterations have been well received, leading friends to shoot each other in the back and dish out healthy doses of trash talk and profanity. The Towerfall Ascension... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Prefer Console Or Handheld?

    As technology moves forward, the gap between handheld and console gaming is getting smaller. Which one do you prefer? Obviously, some experiences will only be available on console, and those are great, but on the occasion where the two versions of a game are similar, which has your preference? In those... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 Remote Play For PC And Mac Currently In The Works

    How and when we will be streaming PlayStation 4 games to Windows and Macs is still a questions, but Sony's president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida confirmed it is happening. Some people asked if we plan to provide Remote Play function to PC, and yes, we are indeed working on an official application... More
  • Blog Post: Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Gets Release Window And Storybook Edition

    Today, Atlus dropped some news on Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, the upcoming remake of Vanillaware’s PlayStation 2 action-RPG. The title ships to North America in spring 2016 and is accompanied by a special Storybook Edition. The package comes with a 64-page art book, a yet-to-be-specified art print... More
  • Blog Post: Darkest Dungeon Coming To PS4 & Vita This Spring

    Glory and riches are the goals of all dungeon hunters, but in Darkest Dungeon, madness, other maladies, and death challenge any who dare enter. Now, explorers on PlayStation 4 and Vita will be able to take up developer Red Hook Studio's formidable challenge. The game is scheduled to hit the systems... More
  • Blog Post: Super Star Wars Arrives On PlayStation 4 And Vita On Tuesday

    A re-release of the classic Super Nintendo platformer, Super Star Wars, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita this week. The game originall released on Super Nintendo in 1992 and on the Wii Virtual Console in 2009. The PlayStation 4 and Vita versions will be available on Tuesday November 17. Updates to... More
  • Blog Post: Civilization Revolution 2 Plus Coming To Vita In December

    Last generation’s Civilization Revolution introduced the long-running series to console gamers in an extremely accessible way. Its sequel, however, only debuted on smart devices when it was released last year. On December 3, 2K and Firaxis are expanding it to another platform. Civilization Revolution... More
  • Blog Post: Gravity Rush 2 Definitely Coming To North America, Gravity Rush Remastered Coming To PSN

    Sony showcased new Gravity Rush 2 combat earlier today , but it wasn't until after the Paris Games Week Conference that it definitively stated the game would be making its way to North American PlayStation 4s. In case there was any confusion, the game will be available in North America, and the remastered... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Sony Has No First-Party Vita Games In Development

    The writing has been on the wall for some time that Sony isn’t investing in big titles for the Vita. A new report indicates that the company has pulled back even further. Speaking with Japanese outlet 4Gamer (and translated by Siliconera), Sony executive vice president Masayasu Ito delivered the... More
  • Blog Post: Mike Bithell’s Volume To Get Free Epilogue Chapter DLC First On PlayStation VR

    Mike Bithell has announced an expansion to his stealth Robin Hood title Volume. You’ll be able to play it first (along with the rest of the game) as a PlayStation VR launch title. The expansion, Coda, takes place after the main story. It includes 30 new missions with new cast members. To celebrate... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: PlayStation Flash Sale Discounts Animation Themed Games And Video

    This weekend, you can save some scratch on games that have a connection to animation. Some of these are obvious links, like Dragon Ball Xenoverse. Others are bit more indirect. Included in the sale are games tied into Spider-Man, Spongebob Squarepants, Gundam, Naruto, and One Piece. The less obvious... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Agito+ For Vita Canceled

    Square Enix has canceled the Vita version of Final Fantasy Agito+, a port of a mobile title already out in Japan. According to the tweet below (after some Google Translating) from the official account, development on the port has stopped. Agito+ for Vita was scheduled to come out in Japan early next... More
  • Blog Post: We Get Our First Glimpse At The New Danganronpa, Revealing A PS4 And Vita Release

    We discovered a new Danganronpa was in the works at this past GDC, but Spike Chunsoft revealed new details at Sony's pre-TGS event. Not only did Spike Chunsoft show off footage of the game, it also revealed the latest entry in the series would come to PlayStation 4 and Vita. This is the first time... More
  • Blog Post: X-COM: Enemy Unknown ESRB Rating Points To Vita Release

    2012's X-COM: Enemy Unknown saw release on platforms both mobile and home-based, but it never made it to the Vita. It looks that may be changing. A rating on the ESRB website lists a Vita version of the game and an updated title – X-COM: Enemy Unknown Plus. Outside of those details, not much... More
  • Blog Post: Check Your Email - Sony Vita False Advertising Settlements Arriving

    If you were eligible for a settlement in the successful FTC action against Sony over Vita advertising, check your email. You should be receiving information on how to redeem your compensation. The FTC pursued Sony over false advertising related to the Vita’s remote play feature and online play... More
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