Looks like Sony's renamed its upcoming PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 based dungeon crawler, Ruin
In an interview with Engadget, the platform holder showed off an updated build of the action RPG, and referred to the title as Warrior's Lair. Honestly, we're not exactly taken with the new name — but then Ruin wasn't particularly endearing in the first place. The game itself looks solid though,..
The PlayStation Vita's battery life is actually much better than expected
Pundits feared the worst when Sony initially revealed a three hour run-time, but now that the system is out in the wild, reports actually put the system's life somewhere closer to the region of five hours — even when all of its features are turned on. While five hours is decent, no-one could ever argue with more run-time..
Unsurprisingly, Sony's multi-device cloud streaming music service -- the aptly named Music Unlimited -- will be available on the PlayStation Vita from day one in Europe and North America
Kaz Hirai announced the expected news at Sony's CES 2012 press conference overnight. It'll join third-party services such as Netflix, transforming the system into some kind of portable media streaming hub. Hirai..
Speaking during Sony's CES 2012 press conference last night, not-quite-president Kaz Hirai revealed that the PlayStation Vita has sold a respectable 500,000 units since its launch in Japan just 20 days ago
The numbers look great when stacked up like that, but it's hard to forget that the system sold just over half of that tally within its opening weekend, before taking a significant dip in the days..
The 3G version of the PlayStation Vita will not require a contract in North America
The service will come in two flavours, with $15 bagging you 250MB of data and $25 netting you 2GB. Unsurprisingly, the prices are near identical to those offered for the iPad in the US. Players will be able to purchase data on a month-to-month basis, making the 3G...
We can't say we've ever got the urge to edit videos on our PlayStation 3, but it looks like that's something that might be possible in the future
Yay? An unknown assassin sleuth sneaked his way into Sony's CES booth and managed to snap a blurry photograph of a PlayStation 3 application named PlayMemories Studio. According to a trademark filed for the application, PlayMemories Studio is..