The Vita is getting a nice chunk of indie love recently isn’t it? From the confirmation of Spelunky, Hotline Miami and Limbo to name just a few, it rapidly seems like that Sony‘s struggling handheld is a great destination for a wide smattering of indie goodness. Hot off the heels of bucket loads of critical praise for the recently released XBLA version of the game, we can now add Terraria […]
Late last year we reviewed Dennaton Games‘ Hotline Miami and thought it was the absolute bomb; bestowing an almighty 9/10 on the gloriously triumphant violent shooter. Folks were jealous. Specifically, folks who didn’t own a gaming PC were jealous. Well fear not, for Dennaton Games has announced that a version of the game is due for PS3 and PS Vita platforms sometime this spring and better yet; its Cross-Buy compliant which […]
EDIT: This story has been updated with more details from the European PlayStation Blog. My adorable colleague John-Paul Jones, who has something called a “real job” and is unable to get this story up, alerted me to this news post over on CVG revealing the details for the European launch of PlayStation Plus on the PS Vita. In the story, it’s revealed that it will be introduced on Wednesday, the 21st, […]
Sony will be adding a new digital incentive to the PlayStation Store later today, “Ultimate Editions“, which will feature bundled packages of games together with their respective DLC packs. PlayStation Plus subscribers will save up to half price on the cost of these games plus DLC combined, whilst non-subscribers will save up to 30% of the original price. Sounds like a pretty good deal for everyone all round.
The despicable things people have done during these riots in London and Manchester (and so forth) have certainly ruffled my feathers. Livelihoods have been destroyed, individuals have been injured, stolen from or, at worst, lost their very lives, and the very reason these riots began has been diluted and obscured by these senseless and malicious acts, essentially turning every individual partaking into a foolish hoodlum. I try to understand the […]
During E3 2010, Sony announced their new marketing campaign for the PSP, featuring an African American child named Marcus. He’s effectively the Kevin Butler of the PSP, only more annoying and not fun to watch. At all. The new marketing campaign is set to target the PSP at a “younger” crowd, who has more time to play games.
It’s been a long time, but PlayStation Home is finally coming. SCEE has announced that the service will be available to everyone tomorrow and from the looks of it, there will be no need for a firmware update to get it. The Home icon should just appear under the PSN section of the XMB after a system reboot and there will be more content to see then the closed beta, […]