I worry about Sony's new PSP. After the shock of the impressive visuals of Sony's next-generation portable, the PlayStation Vita, had become familiar, after the pleasant surprise of the new handheld's price settled in ($249 USD, the launch price of a PSPgo), I started thinking about the harsher realities of the Vita.…
Sony's already showed off its (apparently) proprietary PS Vita memory cards. At the E3 gaming expo, Sony showed them off again. This time was different.
The fourth installment of Sega's Virtua Tennis is coming to the PS Vita as a launch title. This is the third time a Virtua Tennis title has been a launch title for new Sony hardware; previously, the PSP and PS3 saw the games as launch titles.
Sony's sexy new hardware, the PS Vita, shows its joie de vivre in the portable's E3 reel. The PS Vita begins launching later this year.
It's no longer the NGP. Call Sony's PSP successor PS Vita. Sony released a variety of publicity photos that show the upcoming portable from a variety of angles.
Sony's big E3 press conference wrapped up earlier this evening in Los Angeles, and while there wasn't much genuinely new from the event, there were certainly a lot of new and welcome details laid out.
Hot Shots Golf for the NGP is everything you love about the series with some smart additions that lean heavily on the portable's special capabilities.
Kotaku is at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, waiting with bated breath for the latest news from Sony on its PlayStation 3, PlayStation Network, PlayStation Move and the still to be officially named NGP. And we're holding our breath live in our liveblog below.
Players have created more than two million mods and tracks on their own for popular PS3 kart racer Modnation Racers, and all of them will be playable on the NGP version of the game when it hits, Sony says.
It won't be official until it's unveiled on stage during Sony's E3 press conference, but bookmakers are surely cutting off bets on the NGP's final name after this trademark filing turned up overnight.
Guns. Swords. Balls. The video games of E3 2011 will have all these and much more when the industry's annual conclave kicks off this week in Los Angeles.
Sick of military shooters, third-person action adventure and grinding for experience points? There's still something for you at E3 2011 in this, the best of the rest of the games we're expecting to see grab our attention next week.
Sony's new gaming portable is priced just right, at least in the company's eyes. In fact, the NGP's price was determined before they started designing the dual-thumbstick portable.
At its pre-E3 event today, Konami revealed that Silent Hill 2 and 3 also would be getting the HD collection treatment, and a new entry in the series is being built for Sony's NGP handheld.
Sony uploaded a few videos today showing off some of the games from the newly detailed NGP lineup. In addition to three game-centric videos, there's also a featurette about Sony's history creating augmented reality games, which ends with a brief overview of the AR features for the NGP.
Packed with more than 30 minigames, Little Deviants is the perfect game to get to show off all of the features, controls and bells and whistles of the NGP.
Pool title Hustle Kings was the least impressive of the NGP titles on display last month during our title with Sony's new portable. But that doesn't make it a bad game.
Futuristic anti-grav racer Wipeout is a great fit for portables. It was a launch title for the original Playstation Portable and it looks like the latest iteration will be a launch title for the NGP.
Wipeout 2048 offers smooth controls and liquid fast graphics as you zip around the game's multi-tiered tracks against…
Not all NGP titles are reinventions of games found on the Playstation 3. Sometimes, like in the case of Super Stardust Delta, they're simply an evolution.
Uncharted Golden Abyss is the best reason, but certainly not the only one, to buy Sony's still-codenamed Next Generation Portable.