Like many online passes, certain Vita games are having trouble, and surprisingly, one of them is digital.
That headline is wrong. Well, maybe not in Capcom's perspective, but the reality of it indicates that on-disc characters are not, in fact, DLC.
There's hope yet for Darkstalkers fans as Capcom is bringing Darkstalkers 3 to PSN for your enjoyment on Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita. The game was re-rated by the ESRB and we all know what that means.
The UK launch saw Uncharted: Golden Abyss dominate the sales charts during the units launch week. That's significant, namely due to the price point.
With a week to play with it, the Vita has proven itself to be a powerhouse.
SVP of PlayStation Brand Marketing Guy Longworth stated the mega-billion dollar franchise is confirmed not only for the Vita, but that it is also due this year.
Buying a Vita? Want games? Don't pay full price. Between Target, Amazon, and GameStop, you're bound to score a free title if there are three games you're after.
It is confirmed that Sony has included online passes for two Vita launch games: Hot Shots Golf and Wipeout 2084.
Owners of PSP software will not be able to transform their UMD discs into digital copies for play on the Vita anywhere other than Japan. Who cares?
... as a hardcore gamer, it's difficult to understand how another creative outlet for developers is ever a negative simply because competing devices exist
Remember back at E3 when Sony announced that AT&T would be the exclusive provider of 3G to the PlayStation Vita and the audience elicited an audible groan? It's because they knew this was coming.
As it turns out, it won't be quite as bad on launch for first day buyers. US/UK prices are coming in under what everyone was expecting, so maybe you can convince yourself that you're getting a discount.