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Toukiden Kiwami Review: More of the same

Price: ($59.99 on PS4) System(s): Vita (PS4) Release Date: March 31, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Koei Tecmo (Omega Force) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Alcohol Reference, Blood and Gore, Mild Suggestive Themes, Partial Nudity, and Violence I defy you to not be interested in the opportunity to literally beat a monster’s limbs off, put them on a stick, and more »

Fall in love with Amnesia Memories on your Vita

Ah, it’s finally here. Idea Factory Internation’s first otome game announcement. And really, Amnesia Memories is a good place to start. The dating visual novel for women originally appeared on the PSP, and was so popular that it spawned fan discs and an anime. And, come August 2015, we’ll see it on North American and more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, April 14, 2015

This week is a slow week on the PlayStation Store, but it isn’t without notable releases. Mortal Kombat X dropped, and a few interesting-looking indie titles are available too. Also, DC Universe Online has been… re-listed? Developer re-branding is serious business, apparently! PS4 Mortal Kombat X ( ) Here it is, the one like, still-relevant western fighting game. It’s more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, April 7, 2015

  Alright folks, there was some turbulence last night that saw the PlayStation Store blog update not going up until after I went to bed, but here we are. A new day, and a new reason to consume information about videogames. This week sees a bunch of multiplatform stuff, which makes my life a lot more »

Own a Vita? Don’t forget to see if you qualify for the settlement

Do you happen to own a launch model Vita? Or, at the very least, one that you bought new between its February 15, 2012 launch and June 1, 2012? If so, you have some money or games coming to you. Consumer complaints led to an issue between Sony and the Federal Trade Commission. False advertising more »

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Minecraft gets the Love and Hugs treatment this April Fool’s

Minecraft really is a terribly violent game. In it, you destroy the environment, butcher and imprison the local fauna, open portals to Hell, and squander precious natural resources on profane statues. In a world where so much as uttering the word “different,” and not immediately following it written apologies submitted in triplicate, is enough to drive more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 31, 2015

Much closer to on time this week, here’s your ol’ pal Lucas’ take on the week’s PlayStation Store releases! It’s amazing how much that whole “real life” thing gets in the way of videogames. Anyway, this is a slower week than last, but a few games of significance are out, as well as a few more »

Toys R Us sale ad for Easter has a buy one, get one 40% discount on games

Time to round out this week’s Easter/spring sale ad roundup. We already went over what Best Buy and Target have to offer, so it’s time to fall back and see what the Toys R Us sale looks like. Honestly, its offerings for March 29-April 4, 2015 are somewhat underwhelming, but at least it’s general game more »

This week on the PlayStation Store, March 24, 2015

  This week’s PlayStation Store update is all about that Bloodborne. There’s also some Borderlands and a pre-order from that God of War III remaster nobody wants, but that’s beside the point. FROM Software is at it again, and everyone loves it. If you don’t care about having a disc, you’re gonna want to boot up the PlayStation more »

By the way, Vita firmware 3.50 is out today too

I know that all Sony system owners are excited about one thing today. You can’t blame them, since the new PS4 firmware Yukimura is out. But there’s Vita firmware too! And if you have both systems and want to use them together for Remote Play, you’re going to have to make time for both updates. more »

New MLB 15: The Show trailer embraces America’s pastime

Two weeks from now MLB 15: The Show releases on PlayStation platforms, and it look like a home run for baseball fans. Yesterday, Sony released the first of many launch trailers leading up to release. Let’s watch! Said trailer, showcasing National and American league ballparks, was revealed through Sony San Diego Studio Twitch channel. Besides that, fans more »

Gravity Rush could come to PS4

You may remember Gravity Rush as the primary reason the Vita survived its first quarter. Kat was definitely Sony’s handheld poster child when the Vita released back in 2012, and it seems they’re now calling her to PlayStation 4. A South Korean games rating board recently listed a “Gravity Rush Remaster” for release on PS4 (thanks, NeoGAF). Sony has yet more »