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Sony Announces March 9th PlayStation Vita Media Event

Submitted by on Sat, 03/03/2012 - 10:00
Despite PlayStation Vita sales already eclipsing 1.2 million, Sony is hoping it can grab the attention of even more gamers next week with a special online broadcast. Set for March 9th at 8pm (in Japan), Sony will be hosting a special media event to spill the beans on unannounced Vita titles, news on upcoming releases Continue Reading

PS Vita Tip: How To Take a Screenshot

Submitted by on Mon, 27/02/2012 - 12:00
So, you’ve got a new Playstation Vita and want to show off your accomplishments to your friends? Trying to take a photo of the Vita’s ultra-shiny screen can be problematic, so saving a screen shot is probably your best option. How? Easy. Simply press the “PS” button and the “Start” button at the same time. Continue Reading

PS Vita: Unboxing

Submitted by on Thu, 23/02/2012 - 14:45
I’m a launch day addict and I have no problem admitting that. About a year ago, I triumphantly walked out of Target at 8:05am with a just-released Nintendo 3DS. I had such high hopes for that machine, but was continually disappointed with the titles released for the system. So, last night I went to GameStop Continue Reading

How To: Upgrade Your PS3 Hard Drive

Submitted by on Thu, 30/06/2011 - 15:00
When I was finally able to get my hands on a shiny, new Playstation 3 four or five years ago, I went all out and got the top-end 60GB version. 60GB on a game console?! That’ll last me forever! Yea, right. I’ve filled that hard drive up 10x over and managing the free space was Continue Reading

Long Live the PSP®go!

Submitted by on Fri, 22/04/2011 - 10:00
Well, sort of. Technically, yesterday’s report of Sony killing off the PSPgo is true… in Japan. Gaming news site EuroGamer is reporting Sony has issued a statement regarding the status of PSPgo production: “It is a very exciting time for PlayStation portable devices. Before the end of the year we are launching NGP, our next Continue Reading

Sony Takes a Shot at Used Game Sales

Submitted by on Thu, 21/04/2011 - 10:00
Not to be outdone by EA’s “Online Pass” system, Sony has unveiled the upcoming version of their flagship shooter, SOCOM 4, will include similar online functionality. Each new copy of the game will include a code to unlock “SOCOM Pro” – allowing you to play online with other “pro” users, download special DLC and more. Continue Reading

PSP®go -ing, Going, Gone.

Submitted by on Wed, 20/04/2011 - 12:00
It’s official. The PSPgo is dead. Sony Japan has declared “shipment ended” for the handheld console on their website. However, Sony does say that they will continue to produce the PSP-3000 for the foreseeable future. Given the recent buzz surrounding Sony’s upcoming NGP (Next Generation Portable), the news isn’t that surprising. What I do find Continue Reading

Location Awareness Coming to Sony's NGP from Skyhook

Submitted by on Mon, 07/03/2011 - 8:00
Skyhook, creators of a location-aware software engine, has announced their technology will be embedded in Sony’s recently unveiled next-generation handheld  gaming console, codenamed the NGP. Skyhook has developed a software-only “Core Engine” combining Wi-Fi positioning, GPS and cell tower triangulation that provides location services to mobile devices, including mobile phones, netbooks, digital cameras and laptops. Continue Reading

Sony PSP Go! Hits New Price Low

Submitted by on Sun, 06/03/2011 - 11:00
I’m always looking for bargains, but this one really blew me away. With the up coming release of the PSP2 we’ve seen many stores around the world slash prices of the PSP Go! console, including reputable retailers such as Amazon.co.uk who are selling the PSP Go! for a brilliant £147.91 including Free delivery. It amazes Continue Reading

Sony Details Move.me Plans

Submitted by on Sat, 05/03/2011 - 7:00
Sony recently announced their plans to release a PC-server application for the Playstation Move system, called Move.me, to encourage homebrew game and application development. At this week’s Game Developer’s Conference, senior SCEA engineer, John McCutchan, explained how Sony will be supporting these developers: “We have some libraries and sample applications written in C# and C Continue Reading
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