Posts tagged Vita
EPIX has been branching out to every media device possible. You can get the EPIX app on iOS, Android, Google TY, XBOX, and many others. The app will be available in the 1 quarter of 2013 for both PS3 and Vita and will be a free download, since it will tie to your cable, dish, or local More >
In an interview with CVG, Fergal Gara, managing director of PlayStation UK said, “There’s no reason why we shouldn’t create a ‘Vita plus PS3′ bundle.” I for one would love the idea, even if I already have a PS3 and I don’t live in the UK. Gara was asked if retail stores would see this type of More >
A mysterious lab houses a large amount of small alien blobs. They are locked up and used for experiments, making our main blob the least happiest blob on Earth. Thanks to some luck and slick skills (pun!), the blob is able to escape right before another experiment and frees all the other blobs from More >
Zombies are attacking all over and they are trying to eat every brain in the neighborhood, especially in your backyard. What are you going to do? How about laying down an arsenal of plants on your lawn to take down the army of zombies. Created by Pop Cap, Plants vs. Zombies has been successful on More >
In gaming there are so many accessory options and dozens of companies to boot, it sometimes can become hard to choose. Nyko has been an established name in gaming accessories and already has plans to take 2012 with some strong products.With the release of the PS VITA only a few weeks away, Nyko More >
Today Sony announced two bundles that will be available for the PlayStation VITA, one for people who pre-ordered the VITA First Edition Bundle and another one for people who plan on picking it up on release date.
Originally the First Edition Bundle for $349.99 gets you the PS VITA 3G a week early, More >
Today in San Francisco, Sony’s President, Jack Tretton, announced at the Web 2.0 event that the Vita would be releasing in early 2012; February 22nd, to be exact. That date holds true for North America, Latin America, Europe, and Australia.
As far as price goes, in the US, the Vita’s 3G model will More >
Earlier today during the Sony Press Conference at the Tokyo Game Show, the latest portable baby in the PlayStation family took the center stage. New features were boasted and the impressive line up of launch titles and games currently under-development for the PlayStation Vita were More >
One thing about fighting games recently is that they are getting re-released versions of games in form of DLCs. Some even make you buy a new game altogether (annoying, we know). Blazblue is currently on its 3rd installment in the form of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II, which was a free download More >
While there is still no firm release date for the U.S. or Japan version for the VITA, what we do know is that Japan will see the release sometime before the end of the year and U.S. and Europe will see it early 2012.
Over at Gamescom the VITA is being shown off in all its glory including the OS, More >
While visiting E3, I stopped by the UTV Ignition Booth to see what they had up their sleeves for the future. It is safe to say the most visually stunning game they had on display was “Dragon’s Crown” for the PS3 and PSV (Playstation Vita). A perfect mix of 2D and 3D, this action RPG side scroller More >
Sony’s press conference at E3 2011 had tons of new information that spanned not only just current and upcoming hardware, but also software and the all mighty PlayStation Network. Much of the press conference would go back and forth using 3D, which is something Sony has been pushing for some time, More >
A few days ago, Kotaku broke the story about the page source code on Sony’s website about a product named “PS Vita”, article here. Now, we are all waiting for the Sony press conference that is going to happen today, June 6th at 5pm and wait for their formal announcement of the name change from NGP More >