Tag: PS Vita

Gaming News Wrap [10 Nov 2014]

Good day to you all. Welcome to the kickstart-your-week edition of Gaming News Wrap. Games BioWare is openly talking about a Mass Effect trilogy remaster. The company has been asking fans what they would most like to see in such a collection but no official announcements are planned just yet. [More…] Keeping with the recently celebrated N7 Day, BioWare also…

PS4 major system update ‘Masamune’ goes live today

The major Playstation 4 system software v2.0, codenamed Masamune, arrives today. The update adds new features like Share Play. Sony say it also addresses some of the “most highly requested features from the community.” You can look forward to features like YouTube integration, music player, ability to find players you may know, sorting options for PS4?s game library, and themes…

Vita’s emphasis shifting to ‘Indie’ confirms Yoshida

The PlayStation Vita’s focus is shifting towards indie titles as opposed to triple-A first-party games – a move that was foreseeable. Speaking with Polygon [via MCV], Sony Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida confirms what we’ve been seeing. “That’s correct,” Yoshida dependably replied, when asked if the Vita will be getting fewer first-party games. “When we launched PSP titles, a big talking…

Vita ‘Action Mega Pack’ arrives end June

Sony’s PS Vita ‘Action Mega Pac’ launches locally at the end of June and includes an 8GB memory card. The full list of games include: Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition Fight as DC Universe icons such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn in a battle where good and evil are redefined. Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Take on…

Gaming News Wrap [11 Feb 2014]

Good morning everyone. Just another day, just another gaming news packed wrap. Games Payday 2 on the PS3 is being added to the US PlayStation Store’s Instant Game Collection for PS Plus subscribers from today. Sony has tweeted that it has more than 100 games planned for release for the PS4 in 2014. They didn’t list the games… The release…

Pachter: “Vita to die a slow, painful death”

Probably the most famous of all the industry’s analysts, Michael Pachter, believes the PS Vita’s future is all doom and gloom, and that not even the Playstation 4’s connectivity could save it. Speaking to GameInformer, Pachter cites the Sony handheld’s sales as “horrible.” He says the Vita’s 4.2 million units sold last year is a “pretty small number” and that…