A newly released Vita update is preventing some users from accessing the PlayStation Store on Sony’s spunky little handheld. It’s also draining some people’s batteries. Good times all around.
This week, the biggest selling video game in Japan is for the PS Vita. While the handheld seems to be on its last legs in the west, here in Japan, it’s doing pretty well.
Another month, another batch of games for PlayStation Plus.
Although Mighty No. 9, the Megaman-like, crowdfunded platformer, was originally expected in April 2015, its release date was first moved to September 15, then to February 9 of this year. This latest delay shifts the date to spring 2016. At the earliest.
Stoic Games is a tiny developer. While their Viking-inspired strategy game The Banner Saga became a hit, they didn’t have the bandwidth to port it themselves, so they found another studio to handle the game coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Vita. Unfortunately, that studio went bankrupt.
What was the hottest game in Japan last year? Do you know? Let’s find out! Right now, even.
Sony’s finally announced its PlayStation Plus lineup for next month, and it’s coming with some pretty great games.
Ready for more Gundam Breaker? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll get, then. Today, Namco Bandai announced Gundam Breaker 3 for PS4 and PS Vita. It’ll go on sale next year in Japan. no word yet about an international release.
The PlayStation Vita is something of an oddity—a pricy, powerful portable gaming console adrift in a sea of smartphones, touchscreen controls, and inexpensive app-store games. All the same, we have a fondness for Sony’s beefy handheld, and the many unusual games you can play on it.
The Attack on Titan game has a release window for Japan. It’s heading to the PS Vita, PS3, and PS4 next February. No word yet about its release outside the country.
From the moment I saw the first trailer, I knew I wanted to try Yomawari out. It looked both adorable and horrifying, but I had no idea just how powerful the experience would be.
Remember the Metal Slime-covered PS4 console that Sony released in Japan last December? This is pretty much the same thing, but it’s a Vita.
How do you solve a mystery that took place 15 years ago? Through 15-year-old letters with a long lost pen pal of course.
Announced on Tuesday at Kadokawa Games’ press conference, Kadokawa Games Media Briefing 2015 Autumn, comes an all new tactical RPGthat uses Japan’s mythology and folklore as its motif.
Japanese high school kids fighting evil in secret. I’ve never heard of that premise before. No, wait. I have.
Games can often offer social commentary on things from politics to opinion to simple observation on the state of the world. Sometimes they’ll even go meta, using a video game to talk about video games. Falcom’s latest action RPG, Tokyo Xanadu does just that.
Not sure these are fighting words, but this is a clever ad campaign.
I have long been a fan of the PlayStation Vita. So this quote from one of Sony’s head honchos about portable gaming seriously bums me out.