This week the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Ubisoft announced that Assassin’s Creed III Liberation will be released on October 30 exclusively for the Sony PlayStation® Vita, bringing the full Assassin’s Creed experience to a handheld device for the first time. Read the rest of this entry »
Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman hit the Video Store of PlayStation Store.
Grab your wireless controller, get yourself to the Video Store of PlayStation Store and prepare to meet four of the craziest, funniest and downright rudest schoolchildren in history – yes, South Park the TV series has arrived on PS3, PSP and PS Vita. Read the rest of this entry »
The PlayStation Vita has received a lot of criticism since its release in December – the majority focused on lower-than-expected sales. While some consider the criticism to be unwarranted and overblown, others are simply just looking for an answer as to why sales didn’t balloon as predicted. Read the rest of this entry »
PSP provides you with great entertainment on the go – you can enjoy games, music, movies and much more, wherever you are. And now, there’s even more reason to take your PSP everywhere. You can enjoy the tunes you love for free, whenever you like, with Music Unlimited. Read the rest of this entry »
On 31 August 2011, Kaz Hirai, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc, made some big announcements for Sony Network Entertainment at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Germany. The first of these is a new platform – Sony Entertainment Network. Sony Entertainment Network is the ultimate digital destination, offering access to entertainment and community, all from your PlayStation Network account. Read the rest of this entry »
Check out April’s releases – available to download from PlayStation Store
April 2011 brought you three brilliant – and very different – minis titles to choose from. First, came Karoshi. As an overworked Japanese businessman who’s simply had enough, you work through a series of quirky puzzles to find hilarious ways to cause your own demise. Everything you’ve been taught about survival in video games is about to change.
Then, there was 20Q. This psychic puzzle is ready to read your mind as you answer a few simple questions about places, objects and people – will 20Q know what you’re thinking, or will you beat it?
Finally, take a trip to outer space in Duæl Invaders. Shoot down waves of bad guys as they threaten a human colony at the edge of the galaxy. Battle with the enemy solo, or challenge a friend by passing your PSP or wireless controller between you.
April’s Top 10 minis downloads: Read the rest of this entry »
Brush up on your Patapon 3 skills and learn how to keep the beat with these top tips from developer Pyramid.
1. Feel the rhythm
Listen carefully and get into the rhythm of the songs in Patapon 3. This is the key to mastering the entire Patapon series on PSP. And if possible, don’t forget to use your headphones. It’s much easier to play the game that way. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve recently found out about a rumor that is circulating on the Internet about the eventual price of Sony’s NGP. As long as it doesn’t face any delays as a result of the recent quake in Japan, the NGP is slated to reach store shelves in fall 2011. But what price are eager early adopters willing to shell out for this magnificent new piece of technology? A recent survey conducted by Ubisoft suggests that gamers might expect to pay in the range of $250-$350 for the device, depending on what mobile data options it comes with. Sony Europe has already revealed that one version of the NGP will rely on Wi-Fi for data transfer, while a more expensive unit will have 3G capabilities as well. Read the rest of this entry »
Disney Interactive announced today that the next LEGO game will be none other than the Pirates of the Caribbean. LEGO Pirates will be launched alongside the theatrical release of the fourth film, “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”, in May 2011. The game will be based on all four movies. Read the rest of this entry »
Sega recently held a demo event for Valkyria Chronicles 3 at their headquarters a few days ago (11/4), offering gamers a glimpse of the upcoming Japanese PSN demo as well as live feedback in a Q&A session.
Obviously, one of the big questions posed to them was if they had any future plans to release any more entries on the PlayStation 3. “I personally don’t have any likes or hates when it comes to hardware. I also understand that because the first Valkyria was released on PS3 players want another one on the system. However, when selecting platform, we have to make careful consideration, and with this, the reality was that we couldn’t easily advance on the PS3. However, I want to say one thing: as developers we absolutely did not want to make a PS3 version that simply reused the materials and engine from part 1.”