Along with the normal and large-sized Skylanders toys, over the past year or so Activision and Toys For Bob have been releasing these ridiculously cute little promo figures that acted as cosmetic pets in games like last year's Swap Force. In this year's Trap Team, they're fully playable and fully freaking adorable.
For reasons that I'm sure are my fault but may also have to do with their placement in an unlit corner of the PlayStation Network's digital store, I've not been able to recommend a PlayStation Mini to you. These little games are playable on PS3's, PSPs and Vitas. They're little, like the iPhone games I enjoy. But…
Last month Sony asked PlayStation 3 owners to vote for the best PlayStation Network Games of 2010 across four different categories. Only two of the winners directly involved zombies.
Sony is giving players the chance to honor upon their favorite downloadable titles of 2010 in the first-ever PlayStation Network Gamers' Choice Awards. Which of the 20 nominees will walk away with top honors?
PlayStation Minis are little iPhone games, except no one talks about them (and they're playable on a PlayStation Portable, not an iPhone). Sorry, but I've got to change that.
You've got a little less than a week left to buy games like GTA: Chinatown Wars, Fat Princess and PixelJunk Shooter for half price.
Gamer, take a close look in the mirror. Note the exulting highs, the soul-crushing lows, of someone trying to beat a very hard level in a video game.
Australian developer Halfbrick attempts to stand out in the undead crowd with Age of Zombies, a time-travelling zombie-killing adventure, coming February 25th to PSP and PlayStation 3 minis.
Sony's downloadable PSP minis, which launched alongside the company's download-only PSPgo, may be getting a bigger screen treatment, according to a reports that say minis will be playable on the PlayStation 3.
Those who analogize the PSPgo, with its library of Minis titles, to the iPhone should remember that developing for both is not just about code. It's also about the costs every Minis game must pay for an ESRB rating.
A mammoth update hit the Playstation Store early this morning, bringing with it more than 100 downloadable games. Included in the collection of classics and new full-blown titles were more than a half-dozen PSP Minis.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's Zeno Colaco has told Develop magazine that, somewhere down the line, Sony may stop charging some developers for PSP dev kits and just start handing them out for free.
Sony had a handful of its new minis available for the PSPgo available at Gamescom this week, including the platform puzzler Kahoots. For easy comparison's sake, think of Kahoots along the same lines of Lemmings or echochrome.
Sony is gunning for games — not "apps" — on its new Mini download PSP store, the company told Kotaku about the October-launching service. What it couldn't tell Kotaku is the answer to the biggest burning October PSP question.