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Rogue Legacy release date announced for PS4, PS3, and Vita

Developers Cellar Door Games have announced a release date for Rogue Legacy on the suite of PlayStation platforms.

Review: Farming Simulator 14 (PS Vita)

I know, it’s one of those things that you may just look past and move on. Some would joke that the Vita has such little support in terms of games that Farming Simulator may be a big get, and weirdly enough, it is, surprisingly. I don’t have a massive in-depth critique of that game simply because you probably know a lot about Farming Simulator and what it entails. Either way, the game kind of fits ...[Read More]

Tales of Hearts R gets a release date

Bandai Namco have announced a western release date for their JRPG Tales of Hearts R.

Review: Borderlands 2 (PlayStation Vita)

Well, Sony asked and you guys answered: You wanted Borderlands 2 on the PlayStation Vita and Sony delivered Borderlands 2 on the Vita, are you happy? Oh, you want to know if it’s any good? Let’s just talk about how Sony managed to talked Gearbox and 2K Games to allow a port of Borderlands 2 to Sony’s handheld. Oh, so you really want to know how Borderlands 2 is on the PlayStation Vita? Well, don’t...[Read More]

Review: God of War HD Collection (Vita)

Following on form a bunch of ports from PlayStation 3 to Vita, Kratos has come to rip apart some limbs on PlayStation Vita. As you may guess, if you’ve played the HD collection already on PlayStation 3, it’s hard to be excited for this port; however, if you’ve never played God of War 1 and 2, or haven’t in a while, you may be excited for this title on the handheld.

Review: Soul Sacrifice Delta

Sony’s answer to Monster Hunter, Soul Sacrifice, launched last year to favourable reviews. However, despite a lot of people comparing it to Monster Hunter, it did it a complete disservice as it was a rather different game in its mechanics, atmosphere, and more. One thing that would be comparable to Monster Hunter, a pseudo-sequel has been released in Soul Sacrifice Delta that have added a bunch of...[Read More]

Review: The Sly Collection (PS Vita)

One of the most beloved series that features on the best-selling console of all time, the PlayStation 2, was Suckerpunch’s Sly Cooper. The thieving Racoon made robbing incredibly fun with Bentley and friends along the way. He made his combat with a new game last year on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It seems like the little guy has become quite fond of the handheld versions as the originally...[Read More]

PlayStation Plus games announced for May

Sony have revealed the games that PlayStation Plus subscribers can download for free on their PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in May.

Tales of Hearts R slated for Western Vita release

Following massive fan feedback, Tales of Hearts R will be hitting North American, European, and Australian Vita’s this Winter although no official release has been mentioned for a European release yet.

Review: Fez (PlayStation Vita)

If you’ve followed the adventures of the developer behind Fez over the past year, it would a viewing on par with a soap drama; well, maybe not but it certainly was dramatic. After a sequel to Fez was announced, eventually a few online spats led to the developer Phil Fish cancelling the game and saying he’s leaving video games. While, nothing has really been said on the matter since, at...[Read More]

Three Japanese games confirmed for Europe on PS Vita

Sony have confirmed that three games will be hitting the PlayStation Vita in Europe in 2014. Those games are: Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars; and stunning JRPG Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines.

Review: Dead Nation (PlayStation Vita)

Dead Nation launched on PlayStation 3 in 2014 and eventually made its way to PlayStation 4 earlier this year as an upgraded version of the game titled “Dead Nation Apocalypse Edition” that was mostly visual upgrades with some little extras. For a while now, a PlayStation Vita version has been talked about and now suddenly its available and the results are rather good, even if its possibly the weak...[Read More]

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