A teenager is granted the ability to move freely between physical and digital worlds and befriend colorful monsters made of code, but that’s not important right now. We’ve got to solve the case of the broken air conditioner!
Sony has fixed a “network issue” that was preventing some Vita owners from accessing the PlayStation Store, the company said today.
You’re a discerning individual with refined tastes. Let’s say you want a really cool new video game to play. You think, “Hey, that Gravity Rush game is out on PS4. I’ll play that!” Wise decision, my friend.
It’s Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth day, at least for folks able to grab a PS4 or Vita copy. I’ve not gotten the chance yet, so in the meantime might I direct you to Richard Eisenbeis’ excellent impressions of the Japanese version. It’s the same thing, only with squiggles.
If you’d asked me back in 2012 to name a single Vita game that deserved a PS4 version, I would have said “Gravity Rush” with zero hesitation. Good news for me, then!
If I were to sum up in two sentences my experience with delusion-filled murder mystery visual novel Chaos;Child, it’d be these: 1) If I’d known how incredibly long Chaos;Child was, I’d never have played it and 2) I’m so happy that I played Chaos;Child.
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.
Update [2016 Jan 13]: This game is for PS3 and Vita! I say that further on, but it should have been right up front.
The excellent music rhythm game Crypt of the Necrodancer is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita on February 2. The game has crossbuy support, so if you pick it up on one platform, you’re good to go on the other.
Sony’s finally announced its PlayStation Plus lineup for next month, and it’s coming with some pretty great games.
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky is the newest RPG from tri-Ace, the studio behind the Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile series. So join me and let’s find out together just what kind of game it is.
Look at tiny Yuna. Look at her giant, adorable head. You think she’s worried about what Tidus is up to right now? She probably is, and that just makes her even more adorable. I can’t even handle tiny Lightning and tiny Faris. I just can’t.
Omega Labyrinth is a game about two things: breasts and dungeon crawling.
In celebration of the PlayStation Experience event, today 14 more games were added to the PlayStation Network, with the promised PS2 (and one remastered PS1) classics, PC titles making their PlayStation debut and a couple all new titles. Let’s see what we’ve got.
I just finished the newest Neptunia game, Uberdimension Blanc + Neptune Faction Vs. The Zombie Army, and its ending credits are its best part.