One of the publisher's majors, Resistance, didn't quite make launch. Instead, it'll find a new portable home on May 29th.
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?
Little Big Planet Karting is in development and exists, which as of this time, mark the only official details.
I still find it easy to disassociate Sony from the Playstation brand. But soon the Playstation Network, PSN, will be rebranded as the Sony Entertainment Network or SEN.
Players who prefer the precision of a mouse and keyboard will be locked into combat with those playing with a controller.
... as a hardcore gamer, it's difficult to understand how another creative outlet for developers is ever a negative simply because competing devices exist
Eat Sleep Play’s Twisted Metal will have its demo made available to the public today. Here is where I convince you to try it and why the demo is important.
David Jaffe has hoped the upcoming reboot of the grungy car combat franchise Twisted Metal wouldn't be subjected to an online pass. That decision though, sadly, wasn't his to make.
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.
Sony's Japanese launch of the Vita seemed successful enough, and then the social media complaints started rolling in.