The Wall Street Journal reckons that the Playstation 4, or whatever it ends up being called, will be able to stream previous generation games. Tech website The Verge has also corroborated this report; lending some weight to the previously mooted idea that Sony‘s $380m purchase of Dave Perry led streaming specialist Gaikai, would be a large part of the new Playstation’s make-up. We’ve got more on this after the break.

Man, Aksys Games is on a roll lately, aren’t they? First they released the stellar Virtue’s Last Reward on the Vita and 3DS, then they announced the pretty awesome looking Hakuoki: Warriors of the Shinsengumi for PSP, and now they are the company releasing the remake of the incredible Wii title Muramasa: The Demon Blade for the PlayStation Vita under the title Muramasa: Rebirth. Muramasa Rebirth is completely redesigned for the […]

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Soul Sacrifice certainly has a lot going for it. When you have guys like Keiji Inafune and Yasunori Mitsuda working on the game, it’s bound to get a lot of attention. Thankfully it’s also now got a release date! Soul Sacrifice will be releasing for the PlayStation Vita on April 30th in North America, while Europe will be getting the game on May 1st. In addition to that, there are […]

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Sony informed the world today that they would be releasing a new 3G/WiFi PlayStation Vita bundle next week, which at $300 includes a year of PlayStation Plus as well as a Unit 13 voucher and memory stick, and at first glance it looks pretty solid. Then you start to think about things and realize all of the problems… I’ll admit this right now, I LOVE my PS Vita, but that […]

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I’m a big fan of Criterion’s Burnout series and also enjoyed their 2010 reboot of Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, so Need for Speed Most Wanted was already on my “most anticipated” list. But the new gameplay video takes my excitement to another level.

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Over one hundred PSOne titles will be made playable with Firmware 1.8 on Sony‘s PlayStation Vita. High profile titles such as Final Fantasy VII and Metal Gear Solid. The firmware update will also enable the handheld to be used as a PlayStation 3 controller with Cross Controller mode.

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One of the best and certainly most charming surprises to spring from Sony‘s presence at Gamescom this year, was the announcement from MediaMolecule that they have a completely brand new IP in development for the Playstation Vita. That new IP, is called ‘Tearaway‘ and just like the Little Big Planet games before it, attempts to overwhelm the player with marvelously quaint, twee aesthetics, combined with rock solid gameplay.

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After a debut at E3 2012, many were looking forward to seeing more on Assassins Creed Vita debut. Sony provided just that opportunity at Gamescom.

Sony Computer Entertainment have said today that the long awaited PSone classics support for the PlayStation Vita will be added in Firmware Update 1.8. No set date has been given yet, but I wager that if they have announced it now, it won’t be too long.

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If you didn’t get a Vita yet and you were waiting until something worthwhile came by then you might be in for a surprise. Releasing soon, Assassin’s Creed 3: Liberation will get a Vita bundle releasing soon. The bundle will sport a 4gb memory card and the standard Vita package along with the game. Liberation will play very closely to Assassin’s Creed 3 with touch controls sporting ammunition management and […]