The RPG game developer Nippon Ichi Software, which has focused on the Playstation platform in the past, has stated in an interview that indeed, they will continue to do so in the future.
The Need for Speed franchise has released it's latest game, and this time, they've made the jump to the Playstation Vita. Can the handheld version hold it's own against the home console versions, or should you do all your driving from the living room?
Electronic Arts has launched Criterion’s Need For Speed Most Wanted in stores and as a digital download from Origin.com, paving the way for a racing experience that puts social competition at the heart of things.
With the launch of Assassin's Creed III only days away, the game's North America launch trailer has hit the internet. Check it out!
The PlayStation Store gets an overhaul with a brand new sleek interface and an efficient, user-friendly search system.
Remembered for his portrayal of Kevin Butler, a fictional executive for a number of departments at PlayStation, Jerry Lambert now faces a lawsuit from Sony itself, over a recent Bridgestone commercial
Sony finally took the veil off those new PS3 models that have been hearing so much rumors about at the Tokyo Game Show 2012. As it turns out, the 12GB SSD model is exclusive to the European market initially.
The upcoming third installment of Assassin's Creed will offer new content each month as part of a much more extensive multiplayer experience.
The Japanese government is investigating claims that Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld console is overheating, leading to possible fire risk.
Sony has launched Skype video calling on its PlayStation Vita handheld gaming system.
It was about a month ago when Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong launches the PlayStation (PS) Vita at 313 Somerset in Singapore. And today, local telecommunication company SingTel has announced it will be offering the 3G/Wi-Fi model of the handheld game console with attractive price plans.
Today, Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong (SCEH) has officially announced the PlayStation Vita in Singapore. To celebrate the launch, the company is having a road show at 313 Somerset (ground floor) which will end this Sunday.
It's possible that we'll be seeing a range of Vita OS running smartphones and tablets in the future to come. At least that's the hint given by Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai during a Q&A last Friday.
Keen to get some hands-on time with Sony's PlayStation Vita hand-held before it hits shelves on the 22nd Feb? – A press release issued out from GameStop on the weekend lets us know that if you're based in the U.S. you'll be able to do just that to help finalize your purchasing decision. How? Just
Love hanging out on YouTube regularly to stay up to speed with the gaming side of things? There is of course the likes of IGN and G4 with frequent updates to their channels, but there's some really good stuff hiding in between which most people probably aren't even aware of.
Sales of Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld gaming console have plummeted from 321,400 in week one to just 72,000 in week two, significantly less than rival Nintendo's 3DS.
In an unusual turn of events, Taiwan will get Sony's new portable games console – the PlayStation Vita – ahead of the US, something of a rare occasion as Taiwan is rarely seen as a key market for gaming consoles. Although Taiwan is only getting the Wi-Fi version for the time being units are available
Sony has sold 321,400 units of its PlayStation Vita handheld gaming device in the first two days of its Japanese launch, making it a strong contender to Nintendo's 3DS.
At this year's E3, Sony has announced the price point for its new portable gaming device, the Playstation Vita. The company has also unveiled the 2012 release date, confirming it will miss this holiday's season.