The sky is the limit
Super Stardust Portable, originally released on PSP and added to the PS Plus Premium Classics Catalogue in 2022, just got full Trophy support. This was previously thought to be impossible and marks the first time that a PlayStation Classic from the Premium catalogue has had Trophies added retroactively. This is not a drill; we...
No sign of a Trophy list, though
PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium launched across Europe, Australia, and New Zealand today, and the last rollout has brought with it a new game for the service's highest tier. PSP title
Brave new world
Housemarque's sublime Super Stardust HD was a flag bearer for 3D gaming on the PlayStation 3, so it stands to reason that it should get a PlayStation VR version, too. News has broken about this virtual reality edition via EB Games Australia's website – it'd be nice if Sony had said something about the release, wouldn't it? "Pilot...
Sony's already proven that Project Morpheus works at various conventions around the world, but it now needs to show that it can support it with worthwhile software. One studio that's already working on the peripheral is Housemarque, where it's currently testing the headset's compatibility with the recently released Super Stardust Ultra...
Around the world
Sony staple Super Stardust Ultra will enter the PlayStation 4's orbit as soon as next week, the platform holder has announced. The next-gen re-release will deploy on 10th February in North America and 11th February in Europe, and, as you should probably expect, will run in 1080p at a blisteringly fast 60 frames-per-second. In...
We were kind of joking when we pleaded for a PlayStation 4 version of Super Stardust earlier in the week – but if you insist, Sony. The platform holder has set a course for the PlayStation Blog today to confirm Super Stardust Ultra, the latest entry in Housemarque’s outstanding twin-stick shooter series. You