Tag "PS Vita"

Stranger of Sword City (PS Vita review)

Stranger of Sword City is a dungeon-crawling JRPG from developer Experience. This genre has picked up a lot of popularity on handhelds and shows no signs of slowing down. Dungeon

Gundam: Extreme VS Force Limited Edition PS Vita and PlayStation TV announced

In North America, it seems the PlayStation Vita is all but dead with only a handful of companies still releasing games for the system. It’s a different story in Japan. Apparently

Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax (PS3 Review)

Sega has finally brought over their anime-based arcade fighting game, Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, that features 14 playable characters and 23 assist characters from over 20 various anime including their

Operation Abyss New Tokyo Legacy review

New dungeon crawlers seem to be increasing steadily in popularity over the past year and Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy is here to continue the trend. Combining elements from other

PlayStation Plus granting access to Thomas Was Alone, Tomb Raider and more

Sony’s Playstation Plus subscription has rarely failed to impress with its monthly quota of “free” games, and next month is no different. Starting in March, subscribers who’ve somehow managed to

New PlayStation 7.1 headset and PS4 updates coming

Today Sony announced that there will be a new wireless headset made especially for the PS4 called the PlayStation Gold wireless headset. It will come at a cheaper price than

Vita TV coming to the West…soon

In an interview with Eurogamer, Sony Computer Entertainment’s Andrew House talked about the differences of launching in Japan and in the West. One such case is the PS Vita TV

Persona 4: Dancing All Night coming to PlayStation Vita

This one came as a bit of a surprise. After Sega purchased Atlus, I joked with friends that we would one day might see a “Project Diva-ish” game using Persona characters.

Aban Hawkins and the 1001 Spikes, a 2D Dark Souls-like platformer

Aban Hawkins and the 1001 Spikes is one of the types of games that catches my eye. Right up front it lets you know that there are going to be

Sony announces PlayStation Vita TV, allowing you to play Vita games on your TV

Sony  introduced the PlayStation Vita TV, a streaming device that allows you to stream things such as Hulu and Nico Nico Douga directly to your TV. Sounds like every other

The PlayStation Vita is coming at you for $199

During the Gamescom Sony press conference, it was announced that the PlayStation Vita will be getting a price cut of $199 in North America. Europeans will also get a price

Telltale’s The Walking Dead headed to the PS Vita

There’s no doubt that the gaming world is still reeling from the absolutely embarrassing public beat down that Sony gave to Microsoft at their press conference. Sony talked a lot

Guacamelee! Review: For the love of luchador

When I enlisted to review this so-called Guacamelee, I had almost no idea what kind of thing I was diving into. Did it contain avocados? Would it be tasty? These

Playstation Plus Update, April 2013 – Demon’s Souls

The PS-Plus member wagon just rolled into town bearing gifts, one of which is Demon’s Souls. If you skipped it before for fear of drowning in despair (it is quite

Final Fantasy X HD remake releasing in 2013 in Japan, PS3 version to include FF X-2

Man I can’t believe it’s already been 1 year and 6 months since we have heard anything about the Final Fantasy X HD remake. It’s Square Enix, and it’s been

PlayStation Vita getting a new life with the PS4

When Sony released the PlayStation Vita last year fans were excited and hyped for the portable console that had so much promise. But like the original launch of the Nintendo

PlayStation 4’s backwards compatibility, and PS3 and Vita price cuts?

The hype machine for Sony this week is going off the charts, especially with Sony presenting something very special on February 20th in New York. What can we expect, or

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale pushed back to November

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a game that has been giving gamers and journalists a chance to play during E3, San Diego Comic Con, and most recently, the PlayStation All-Stars Battle

Jet Set Radio HD tagged with low $9.99 price

SEGA has taken its sweet time, but the original Jet Set Radio (originally Jet Grind Radio) is finally making its way to one of your favorite systems (hopefully, anyway). Playstation

Japanese government investigating Sony over PSVita

As if the Vita doesn’t have enough to worry about as it struggles to keep up in the handheld console race, now there’s a new problem coming up. A series

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