Although nothing has been officially announced, nor leaked, the ESRB has given The Sly Collection, the one from PS3, an ‘E’ rating for the PSVita. No given release date or details, but I’m sure an official announcement is right around the corner.
Sony has made it official: Jak and Daxter HD Collection will be coming to the PSVita in June for $29.99.
I’ve been playing through the amazing 2D adventure brawler Guacamelee! this week on my Vita and couldn’t help but notice all the amazing video game references sprinkled throughout the game. Can you name them all?
Dragon’s Crown will be out this Summer for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
Gaijin Games’ Bit.Trip Presents…Runner 2 released today for Wii U and Steam. It will be out tomorrow on Xbox Live Arcade and March 5th on PlayStation Network (Vita and PS3).
Hide your wife! Hide your kids! Last year’s brutal PC indie hit Hotline Miami is coming to PSN for PS3 and Vita this spring!
The latest installment in the ‘Sly Cooper’ series is being pushed to the beginning of 2013. Be on the lookout for it on Playstation 3 and PS VITA early next year.
Sega announced the launch details for the upcoming Jet Set Radio HD release on Xbox Live, PSN, PC and Vita. On Tuesday, September 11th PlayStation Plus members will be getting first dibs with regular members getting the game a week later on September 18th. Xbox 360 and PC owners can get their hands on it on the 19th, and Vita owners will finally get their own piece a few weeks later on October 16th. Jet Set Radio HD will run you $9.99 (800 MP).
Still no word on an iOS & Android release date or price.
Sony confirms Raiden (MGS, not MK) and Sackboy for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Zen Pinball 2 coming to PS3 and Vita September 4th. Unnamed Pop-Cap game themed table to be announced at PAX Prime.
So not only is one of my favorite games of all time coming to 360, PS3 AND Vita, but also iOS and Android platforms. I will certainly be painting the town all over town this Summer.
On another note, it’s amazing to see that our mobile and tablet devices are now to the point that they can successfully run titles such as Jet Set Radio. Obviously we’ve seen the likes of GTA III and Infinity Blade run beautifully on these devices, but I still can’t help it to be surprised at first when I get my hands on them for the first time. It really is amazing.
Now this leaves the question: When will we be seeing some Power Stone love from Capcom?
Silent Hill fans haven’t been particularly happy with Konami’s constant decisions to delay what is rightfully theirs. Things have a habit of working themselves out though, and now what we are facing is a solid month of Silent Hill releases — which is, well…a glorious time in videogame history. Continue reading
Gravity Rush is probably one of the most anticipated titles for Sony’s new PlayStation Vita. To the sadness of many gamers, it was not a launch title — actually, it’s not even in the launch window. Luckily, fans no long have to wonder when they’ll get there hands on this Vita exclusive because today Sony officially announced a release date, June 12. Continue reading
While one of my big questions regarding the PlayStation Vita was answered last week concerning digital prices vs. retail prices, one big question remained: What about my PSP games? In Japan, Sony introduced the UMD Passport program where gamers would be able to insert the game into their PSP, register it on the PSN and downloaded for a discounted price on the Vita. Continue reading
With Sony’s new handheld set to release in less than a month, one of the Vita’s biggest questions has finally been answered. After being outed by a Best Buy shopper, Sony confirmed to ShackNews today all digital copies of games will be cheaper than their retail counterparts — like in Japan. Unlike on the PSP, all available Vita titles will be available in both download and physical form.