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Store Update: 13th May 2014 (North America)

13th May 2014 (North America)

Black magic

There’s not a whole lot of girth to the latest North American PlayStation Store update – but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t a big week for PlayStation Vita owners. Fans of Sony’s flagship portable format will be able to pick up both Borderlands 2 and Soul Sacrifice Delta – two tasty titles that should add a little spice to...

News: Sony Expects to Remain in the Red Next Year As Well

Sony Expects to Remain in the Red Next Year As Well

Company can't stop losing cash

Sony’s the corporate equivalent of one of those kids that drops a fiver on the floor and refuses to pick it up because that would be deemed ‘uncool’. Despite confirming an expected loss of $1.26 billion overnight, the Japanese giant has admitted that it’ll remain in the red next year as well – predicting a...

News: Don't Panic, Sony's Already Made Plans for the Next Century of PlayStation

Don't Panic, Sony's Already Made Plans for the Next Century of PlayStation

Wait, what?

We always knew that Sony was a forward thinking company, but this is getting ridiculous. Big wigs Andrew House and Mark Cerny will both take to the stage at this year's Develop conference to deliver a keynote on the history and future of the PlayStation brand. Titled '20 years of PlayStation, 40 years of Console Games, and 100 Years to...

News: Sony: The Economics Don't Work for Blockbuster Vita Games

Sony: The Economics Don't Work for Blockbuster Vita Games

Gulp

Despite seeing a strong year-over-year improvement in Japan, the PlayStation Vita continues to find itself in a weak position overseas. The system is incredibly popular among the few that own it – culminating in an outrageous software attach rate – but it’s failed to break into the mainstream, prompting major publishers to back away and...

News: This Gravity Rush Statue of Kat Is as Sweet as Ice Cream

This Gravity Rush Statue of Kat Is as Sweet as Ice Cream

Sugar and spice

With a sequel still supposedly on the cards, Sony hasn’t forgotten about its promising PlayStation Vita property Gravity Rush. Japanese publication Hokanko-Alt reports that two new statues of protagonist Kat are set to take to the skies this summer, each showing the contrary character in a different pose and costume. The first of...

First Impressions: PS4 Puzzler MouseCraft Whiffs of Tetris, Lemmings, and Mature Cheddar

PS4 Puzzler MouseCraft Whiffs of Tetris, Lemmings, and Mature Cheddar

Dairy glee

Freed from the shackles of financially motivated businessmen, the indie space is awash with bonkers ideas, and Crunching Koala’s upcoming MouseCraft is no exception. The lovechild of Tetris and Lemmings, the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita titles puts you in the steampunk shoes of a crazy cat scientist – aptly named...

Store Update: 7th May 2014 (Europe)

7th May 2014 (Europe)

Flamin' heck

Coming up with interesting introductions to these PlayStation Store updates becomes a challenge after a while, so we’re just going to dive straight into this European refresh and hope that no one notices the distinct lack of effort. At least the platform holder’s put a little more thought into its digital plaza’s latest publish,...

Review: Demon Gaze (PlayStation Vita)

Demon Gaze (PlayStation Vita)

Should have gone to Specsavers

When Demon Gaze first burst onto the scene in Japan last January, it sold 25,316 physical copies in its first week alone, outselling Compile Hearts' Monster Monpiece which launched on the same day. Subsequently, PlayStation Vita owners outside of Japan rejoiced as Kadokawa Games’ dungeon crawling success story was...