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August 14, 2012

Tearaway and Killzone Mercenary announced for PS Vita

Tearaway and Killzone Mercenary announced for PS Vita

A pair of new PlayStation Vita titles have been revealed by Sony at is Gamescom press event today. First to be shown was a new puzzle-platformer from LittleBigPlanet developers Media Molecule called Tearaway. As you’d…


August 2, 2012

LittleBigPlanet Vita coming this September in Europe

Sony has revealed that the PS Vita edition of LittleBigPlanet will be released across Europe on 19 September. According to the publisher/platform holder, the “final tweaks” are being made to the game now in preparation for…


The games to convince you about Vita are coming, says Sony

Many players, publishers and developers have – publicly, or in private – written Sony’s PS Vita handheld off as an expensive mistake and a big missed opportunity. Sony Computer Entertainment’s UK chief Fergal Gara says…


June 14, 2012

Dungeon Defenders Vita port shelved

In the latest news update from Trendy Entertainment, the Dungeon Defenders developers have confirmed that the no-show at E3 2012 for the PlayStation Vita port is due to the fact that it is no longer…




The crazy Tokyo Jungle tops Japanese chart

The bizarre Tokyo Jungle has topped Japanese charts on its first week on release, shifting 110,309 units. If you’re not quite sure what Tokyo Jungle is then I recommend you check out the trailer below,…


Gran Turismo Vita mentioned in Sony survey

Sony has put forward the idea of Gran Turismo appearing on the PlayStation Vita in a recent customer survey. The survey says that the Vita edition of the racing simulator would share the same name…



Dust 514’s first beta event dated, getting PS Vita app

EVE Online developer CCP has announced that the first beta period for PlayStation 3-exclusive MMO FPS Dust 514 will begin on 29 June. To sign up for the beta you’ll need to register at www.Dust514.com/beta, users will…




12 free games added to PS Plus

At their E3 2012 press conference, Sony today announced that they plan to make a lot more games available “for free” to PlayStation Plus users. It’s not really “for free”, of course, as PS Plus…