Posts Tagged “PlayStation Vita”
Today it has been announced that the arcade shoot ‘em up title Sine Mora will be ported onto the PlayStation Vita. While a specific date hasn’t been given, we’re to expect the game “soon”. Read On »
So you’ve platinum’d Uncharted: Golden Abyss, beat everyone’s score in Lumines: Electronic Sympathy, and near completion of your Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational career. You ask yourself, “Who’s Next?” like Goldberg in the late 90s and early 2000s. Well here at Wanderson75.net we are looking into the future for what’s to come to the PlayStation Vita. Get your wallets ready and be sure to ask the wife (or husband) if it’s okay, because it’s going to be an awesome summer for Vita owners. Read On »
Warner Bros. Interactive subsidiary, Netherrealm Studios, this morning revealed a new exclusive character for the upcoming Mortal Kombat on the PlayStation Vita; Read On »
A user by the name of jmro on the NeoGaf forums came across an interesting screen when their PlayStation Vita locked up while playing Sony’s Uncharted: Golden Abyss. They managed to get a screenshot and post it on the forum. Speculation is currently ongoing as to whether this screen is concerning the much rumoured upcoming Online Multiplayer update, to a potential Collectible Card Game or other content. Read On »
Wilson Cheng, Product Marketing Manager at SCEA recently announced on the PlayStation Blog that Vita owners will in fact be able to grab Gravity Rush on the portable console this coming June 12.
The highly popular title which was launched in Japan as “Gravity Daze” sports beautiful cel-shaded graphics and will feature functionality using the Vita’s dual analog sticks, front touchpad and SixAxis motion controls. Along with the announcement, a new trailer has been released for us to feast our eyes upon. Take a look at it after the jump. Read On »
So you’ve taken the plunge and laid down some serious coin to be ‘that kid’ with the coolest toy from Sony, the PlayStation Vita. You’ve bought your games, dragged it home, lovingly removed it from its cardboard entombment, charged it, and played it till it died again. So now the questions beg, “Where do I put it when I’m done?” and “Where do I throw it when I want to take it with me?” Surely you wouldn’t think of just tossing that massive 5-inch OLED touch screen and glossy black finished box with a mirror sheen into your backpack with those books, laptop, pens and pencils without the proper protection, would you? Read On »
This will be the first dual-analog first person shooter to hit the new console. All eyes will be on this game to see exactly how well the handheld will handle an FPS. The game has been built from the ground up to take advantage of the PlayStation Vita’s control scheme including the use of the front and rear touchpads. Read On »
With a week left to go before the launch of the PlayStation Vita, Gamestops around North America have already begun receiving their shipments of first party titles games from Sony. Titles such as ModNation Racers, Uncharted: Golden Abyss and more have begun arriving in boxes as early as today at the video game retailer.
Additionally surprising is that Sony has apparently green-lit Gamestop to start selling their stock of Vita games. According to an unnamed source at Gamestop, employees have just received a corporate email stating that consumers can now head up to your local Gamestop and begin purchasing first-party Vita titles right now! Of course, you still can’t buy the PlayStation Vita until the 15th if you purchased the early bundle, or the 22nd if you purchased the normal bundle. But at least you won’t have to worry about your game being in stock!
UPDATED 8:28PM EST – This is confirmed. I was able to visit my local Gamestop and pick up Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Hot Shots Golf, and Wipeout 2048.
Today, NIS America released a new trailer on the upcoming RPG for the PlayStation Vita, Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention on the PlayStation Blog. The new trailer details features specific to the Vita port including new character stories, new systems, new attack levels, new bosses, and touch pad support! Also included in D3:AoD will be all of the downloadable content that was made available for the PlayStation 3 version, all on one card. Read On »
There are 30 days left until the launch of the PlayStation Vita in North America (23 if you ponied up the money to get the handheld a week early). However, if you can’t wait to get your hands on the newest console from Sony, you don’t have to! That is…if you’re in Canada.