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News: PS Vita's Memory Cards May Cost a Bomb, But Digital Purchases Are on the Rise

PS Vita's Memory Cards May Cost a Bomb, But Digital Purchases Are on the Rise

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At a recent press event, Sony revealed that almost half of all purchases on the PlayStation Vita are digital. SCEA executive John Koller released the snippet, stating that 48 per cent of the handheld's games are purchased through the PlayStation Store. Although he didn't reveal the same figures for the PlayStation 4, the suit did say...

Rumour: Voice Actor Guilty of Accidentally Spilling Danganronpa 2 Localisation Plans

Voice Actor Guilty of Accidentally Spilling Danganronpa 2 Localisation Plans

Do a google search first

Today might mark the launch of the engrossing Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc in North America, but the game's sequel may already be in the process of being localised. Earlier in the day, voice actor Kyle Hebert tweeted about his role as Kazuichi Souda, and the title's release. The problem is that Hebert's previously...

News: No Heroes Allowed Turns To Puzzles In New Vita Adventure

No Heroes Allowed Turns To Puzzles In New Vita Adventure

It's free-to-play, too

No Heroes Allowed may not invoke many memories, but you may remember the niche PSP dungeon builder Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman, What did I do to deserve this?, and although their titles may be different, they are indeed a part of the same family of weirdly wonderful games, with the freshly announced No Heroes Allowed: No...

News: Tidus and Yuna Enjoy Valentine's Day Early in This Final Fantasy X HD Trailer

Tidus and Yuna Enjoy Valentine's Day Early in This Final Fantasy X HD Trailer

Life is just a (final) fantasy

Final Fantasy X HD Remaster is just around the corner, and just in case we forget, here's a video of Tidus and Yuna having a smooch. Those of you who have pre-ordered the PS Vita bundle will also benefit from a recently announced pre-order bonus, in the form of three art cards. Will you be like the well-groomed couple...

Review: TxK (PlayStation Network - Vita)

TxK (PlayStation Network - Vita)

Trippin’ balls tremendously

You could look at TxK and pass it off as a simple indie game that harks back to the arcade shooter days of old. However, dismissing it as such would not account for the history and significance behind it. Jeff Minter, the game’s creator, has been in the industry since 1982, and is arguably best known for his 1994...

News: You'll Be Able to Take Flight in Luftrausers on PS3 and Vita Soon

You'll Be Able to Take Flight in Luftrausers on PS3 and Vita Soon

Just like R. Kelly

Vlambeer’s awesome 8-bit dogfight-‘em-up Luftrausers is set to soar onto the PlayStation 3 and Vita soon, publisher Devolver Digital has confirmed. The indie outfit is targeting a simultaneous release across five platforms, with the two abovementioned Sony systems set to join the pixelated party. A hard date should be with us...

News: Want a Bigger Backlog? Add Sly Cooper Trilogy to Your Swag Bag

Want a Bigger Backlog? Add Sly Cooper Trilogy to Your Swag Bag

Heist alive

Still not got enough content to keep your PlayStation Vita constantly switched on? As part of a cavalcade of announcements in Los Angeles earlier this evening, Sony has revealed that the Sly Cooper Collection is coming to the pocketable console, too. The sneaky set – which is already available for the PlayStation 3 – includes Sly...

Review: Doki-Doki Universe (PlayStation 4)

Doki-Doki Universe (PlayStation 4)

Everybody do the robot

We’re a funny lot, the human race. Capable on the one hand of compassion and understanding, we’re also simultaneously prone to bouts of some much less desirable traits. Doki-Doki Universe from HumaNature – a team made up of some of the creators of 16-bit classic ToeJam & Earl – takes you on a tour of, well, human...

News: Vita Exclusive Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Looks to Be a Genuine JRPG

Vita Exclusive Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Looks to Be a Genuine JRPG

Import-ant news

Bandai Namco has recently released a new gameplay trailer for an upcoming PlayStation Vita exclusive based on the anime series Sword Art Online. The game's official name is Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment, but we think that a more befitting moniker would be JRPG: The Japanese Role Playing Game, as the title seems to play host to...

News: UK Sales Charts: FIFA 14 Reclaims League Leadership

UK Sales Charts: FIFA 14 Reclaims League Leadership

Back of the net

Unlike the current Manchester United team, FIFA 14 has managed to make a not-so-dramatic comeback to reclaim its position at the top of the UK sales charts. The soccer simulation – alongside first-person shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts – managed to topple last week’s frontrunner Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, which dropped all...

News: Feel Almighty with This Mighty No. 9 Alpha Footage

Feel Almighty with This Mighty No. 9 Alpha Footage

Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune gives it his approval

Former Capcom executive Keiji Inafune has released a one minute video of himself playing Mega Man's spiritual successor, Mighty No. 9. The footage showcases early alpha gameplay and demonstrates a handful of the mechanics currently in the crowd-funded game. In addition, the clip gives us some...

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 21

What Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue 21

Saturday scares

While Valentine's Day may only be around the corner, some of our writers are more interested in scaring themselves silly than snuggling up with a romantic visual novel. Assuming that you're not too busy trying to track down roses or crying in a corner, though, do let us know which games you'll be gorging on this weekend. Go on, you...

News: Shuhei Yoshida Wants Western Indie Games to Be More Readily Available in Japan

Shuhei Yoshida Wants Western Indie Games to Be More Readily Available in Japan

Going global

Indie games have become an enormous part of the PlayStation brand. Whether it’s relatively big titles like Outlast or smaller timewasters like OlliOlli, there’s rarely a week that passes where Sony’s suite of systems don’t receive an independently developed release or two. However, a lot of this content stems from Western...