Although the Stardust series began life as a simple Asteroids clone on the classic Amiga computers, it wasn't until the release of Super Stardust HD on PlayStation 3's download service that it began to garner worldwide recognition. Lauded for its intuitive play controls and vibrant visuals, the twin analogue stick shooter quickly became...
At the start of this week Sony announced UK prices of PS Vita’s download-exclusive launch titles, dazzling fans with low costs of entry. MotorStorm RC will skid onto your memory card for just £4.79, while Top Darts, Hustle Kings and Super Stardust
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Sony’s announced the UK prices for its first batch of downloadable PlayStation Vita titles, and the news is good. Very good, in fact. Come 22nd February you’ll be able to snap up a copy of MotorStorm RC for a measly £4.79. It’s worth noting that splashing out on the isometric racer will not only reward...
Here’s a juicy little tid-bit for those of you that can’t wait until 22nd February (or 15th February if you’re a First Edition Bundle pre-order holder): a bunch of PlayStation Vita titles can now be purchased from the North American PlayStation Store. You’ll need to search for the titles to find them, but it’s not like they’re...
Blast from the future
There’s no bigger advocate for the PlayStation Vita’s dual analogue sticks than Super Stardust Delta. Housemarque’s intergalactic shooter series has been a poster child for the PlayStation Network for years, and on PlayStation Vita it is no less important. The game offers a smattering of play options, divided between...
A motion-controlled shockwave, that is.
The PS Vita has all sorts of newfangled features and capabilities not found on traditional home consoles, allowing developers to inject fresh gameplay ideas into already established franchises. Super Stardust Delta does just that, bringing all the hectic, over-the-top twin-stick action of the series to the...
First screens ahead!
The Super Stardust series currently has two games available on the PlayStation Network: Super Stardust HD for the PS3, and Super Stardust Portable for the PSP. Now the series is making the jump to the NGP (AKA Vita) in the form of Super Stardust Delta. Details on the title are still slim at this point, but Sony says the game...
The asteroid-blasting action of the Super Stardust™ franchise launches into players’ hands this February with its latest installment: Super Stardust™ Delta.
Developed exclusively for PlayStation®Vita system (PS Vita), Super Stardust Delta delivers all-new mini-games designed specifically for the platform including Crush, Disc Slide, Orbit Bomber, Rock and Roll, and Trucker. Utilizing PS Vita’s front touch screen and rear touch pad, Super Stardust Delta also introduces a host of new features allowing players to access an arsenal of weapons including unleashing missiles, creating black holes and crush attacks.
Players can also tilt the screen to view beyond the horizon and shake the PS Vita to create a devastating Shockwave attack. Using PS Vita’s Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, players can move through the ranks of the global online leaderboard and compare their high scores anytime, anywhere.
- Includes fully re-designed classic PS3 modes as well as new mini-games developed specially for PS Vita, utilizing the system’s front and back touch capabilities.
- Introduces all-new PS Vita specific mechanics, controls and enemies.
- Delivers highly-precise controls utilizing PS Vita’s dual analog sticks.
- Offers a global online leaderboard, accessible via Wi-Fi and 3G, allowing players to track their top scores on-the-go.