Posts Tagged ‘PSP’
As of tomorrow, there is no reason to not buy the best (from a technical standpoint, at least) handheld on the market.
During Sony’s February press event it was revealed that Gaikai was acquired to stream gaming to multiple devices, and Sony’s updated site suggests that the PlayStation Vita will play most, if not all of the PS4’s titles.
This is the 25th anniversary for the Final Fantasy series, and that means big savings for Sony fans.
The Vita’s troubles aren’t a secret to anyone, but this is a huge sign that the struggling handheld is in need of some serious help.
For nearly three years, PSP users have had a handy little app that would let them purchase a variety of comic books. Sadly, Sony is shutting down the service next month.
MonkeyPaw Games has partnered with GAIJINWORKS to bring the localized version of the JRPG dungeon crawler Class of Heroes II to North American audiences.
Sony has announced that some time later today when the PlayStation store updates, Skype will be made available for both the 3G and wifi versions of the PS Vita. Both voice calls and video calls will be possible, making use of both the front facing and rear camera on the Vita. It will run in the background […]
MonkeyPaw Games Inc. , in partnership with GAIJINWORKS LLC, announced a partnership for a new Kickstarter campaign aiming to raise $500,000 to help one of many Japanese RPGs release their first hybrid digital/deluxe physical release. MonkeyPaw Games will be picking up Class of Heroes 2, which was created by the acclaimed Acquire Corp., for release […]
Our good friends at Shifted2U are reporting that the PS Vita store has launched in the US with a slew of games and videos in stock. With the same colors and a similar structure of the PS3 and PSP stores, the PS Vita store will have PS Vita, PSP, and PlayStation Minis as part of the downloadable […]
SNK Playmore has released Bermuda Triangle and Gold Medalist as PlayStation minis for PSP and PS3. Bermuda Triangle is a top down shooter originally released in 1987. Gold Medalist pits you against the rest of the world by competing in various events to win the 1988 Seoul Olympics. I find it quite delightful how retro […]
In an interesting piece of news, it has been revealed that the PS Vita and PSP can play ad hoc compatible games together. Ad hoc is used to play PSP games with other people nearby using it’s Wi-Fi signal. This might not seem that exciting but with ad hoc Party on the PS3, you can […]
As we did yesterday, we’re here today to catch you up with the events of last nights (or morning if you were in Japan) events in Tokyo Game Show, featuring Sony’s opening press conference. You already know about the PlayStation Vita’s Japan launch date, but here’s what you may have missed. Let’s start with the […]