Vita sales are still poor, the amount of games being produced for it is tanking, but at least one indie game is actually doing better on the Vita than on Steam and Xbox Live. Retro City Rampage has apparently been most successful on the Vita according to developer Brian Provinciano. It’s not only sold more copies on PSN, but because of PS+ making the game free for a month, there’s way more [...]
Do you like money? Of course not. That’s why you’re going to give it all to Square-Enix this holiday season. For the next couple weeks, until January 2, they are chopping their prices in half for near every game available in their online store. Even the brand new Hitman: Absolution is included in the sale, for $39.99 on all platforms. It’s not quite 50%, but you can’t really complain about [...]
In a Capcom level blunder, most, if not all of Playstation All Stars’ roster may have gotten leaked through a special beta given out over Twitter and to fighting game specialists. In the files of the beta, supposedly, character pictures, stage screenshots, and item descriptions were listed, including the item type “minions”, which seem to be something assist trophy like. Hit the jump for the list of characters leaked (and [...]
The news of Playstation All-Star’s release date, and its DLC costume plans was later followed by the announcement of two new characters. Playstation All-Stars, which drops October 23rd, will now include Toro the Sony Cat, and Heihachi from Tekken. A new stage, Chop Chop Master Onion’s Dojo, was shown. The “middle of the match twist” of the stage involves a giant mech MAWLR from Killzone 3, attacking the Dojo. Chop Chop Master [...]
There are so many games that were at E3 that are getting proper, in depth write ups from the staff here at The Gaming Vault. E3 is a huge place that many smaller titles get overshadowed by the huge displays for highly anticipated game, so here are a few games that were at E3 that you may not know that much about.
The United States Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. EMA earlier today, deciding in a 7-2 vote to strike down a proposed California law to assist in the ban of sales of violent video games to minors. Originally known as Schwarzenegger v. EMA, The law would have given a government body the right to label individual titles as inappropriate and issue fines to retailers caught selling these titles to those [...]