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August 7, 2012

LittleBigPlanet Karting hits the track on 6 November

In a cunning attempt to distract attention away from the US Presidential Election, Sony has elected (sorry) to release LittleBigPlanet Karting on 6 November. The game is pretty much what you’d imagine a Karting spin-off…


August 6, 2012

PS3 ‘collections’ series adds God of War and Infamous

Sony has announced two more ‘Collection’ bundles alongside the previously-revealed Ratchet and Clank set. From 28 August, you’ll be able to grab yourself the five-game God of War saga and an Infamous set which includes…



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…





July 18, 2012

Uncharted 3 still receiving update patches

Naughty Dog are still supporting Uncharted 3, to the extent that a “massive” patch for the game is due in August. It’ll include a few game fixes (of course), along with new Trophies and balance…


Anomaly Warzone Earth coming to PSN

Destructively delightful indie hit Anomaly: Warzone Earth is coming to the PS3, developer 11 Bit Studios has announced. Already available on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android devices, Anomaly: Warzone Earth will be released through…


July 17, 2012

Ratchet & Clank HD Collection set for August in US

In a rare case of Europe getting something released before America, Ratchet & Clank’s HD Collection has been out in the EU since late June. Now, though, Sony has revealed the US release date to…


Limbo not on PlayStation because Sony wanted full IP rights

Playdead decided not to release the brilliant Limbo on Sony platforms because Sony wanted full rights to the IP, confirmed Sony Computer Entertainment’s Pete Smith at last week’s Develop conference. Smith confirmed the Sony has…