The team behind Advanced Wars-esque Mecho Wars on the iPhone is fast at work on a sequel, Mecho Tales.
Sony Computer Entertainment has filed a quartet of new trademarks that may offer a peek into the PlayStation 3 and PSP maker's upcoming software plans, including a new ninja game.
A survey sent from IPSOS Online Research indicates that Sony is considering premium subscription plans for the PlayStation Network, detailing potential prices and premium services, including full hour game trials, free access to PSOne Classics, and cross-game voice chat.
The PlayStation 3 gets an option 3.15 update on December 17th, adding the ability to transfer data between two consoles as well as making PSP minis playable on the PS3.
There aren't much details, but game designer Luc Bernard dropped some screens for an upcoming iPhone game his team is working on.
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.
The new downloadable games launching next month for the PSP won't support DLC or network play, according to Joystiq's report of a Sony presentation from this week's Austin Game Developers Conference.
Sony's PSP Minis range was originally believed to be a way the PSPgo could compete with the iPhone's successful App Store, but comments today from Sony Europe suggest they could go a little further than just the new PSP.
Pocket Gamer have got their hands on some developer documents for Sony's PSP Minis program, which reveal that - in one key area at least - lessons have been learned from the way Apple have done business on the iPhone.