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Sony details PS3/Vita cross-play compatibility

Sony details PS3/Vita cross-play compatibility

Before you even rush out to the store to buy a PlayStation Vita, it's possible you may already own a handful of games that you can start playing on the system right away. It's already been confirmed that gamers who purchased select PSP games through the downloadable PlayStation Network will be able to download those games free of charge onto their Vita, and now the same is being said of downloadable PS3 games.

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Sony spends $50m to prove PS Vita is relevant

Sony spends $50m to prove PS Vita is relevant

Sony has pumped $50m into its US launch campaign for the PS Vita, targeting hardcore gamers and internet addicts who "Never Stop Playing" as the company attempts to challenge the rise of smartphone gameplay. The promo spend is "the largest platform launch in terms of marketing investment we’ve ever had" senior director for PlayStation handhelds John Koller told the NYTimes, with some of the cash going on getting the PS Vita into gamers' hands for a test play.

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Sony confirms no UMD transfer for PS Vita buyers in the US

Sony confirms no UMD transfer for PS Vita buyers in the US

Sony's PS Vita launched to some decently strong sales in Japan back during the holiday season of 2011. Japanese sales of the portable console quickly fell off and are now below 20,000 a week. The Vita is set to launch in the US and if you're hoping to be a get your old UMD PSP games over to the Vita, Sony has announced really bad news. There will be no UMD Passport program in the United States like the program Sony operates in Japan.

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PlayStation Network rebranded as Sony Entertainment Network

PlayStation Network rebranded as Sony Entertainment Network

Sony has announced that its PlayStation Network will be renamed Sony Entertainment Network starting tomorrow, February 7. The rebranding is only a name change and does not affect usernames and passwords. However, current PlayStation Network account users are encouraged to look over the new Terms of Service and User Agreement.

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Sony PlayStation Vita demo units pop up at GameStop

Sony PlayStation Vita demo units pop up at GameStop

More than 3,300 US GameStop locations are now equipped with PlayStation Vitas. Not to buy, unfortunately, but to give anxious gamers a hands-on look at what the next generation of portable Sony gaming will offer. The demo stations contain playable builds of eight of the most anticipated Vita titles, some of which are launch games but others do not have an official release date yet.

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PSP Vita users play Genesis games with an emulator in an emulator

PSP Vita users play Genesis games with an emulator in an emulator

Some Japanese gamers that have their hands on the PS Vita are getting in some retro gaming action. The portable console sold very well the first week and then sales dropped precipitously. One of the reasons for the decline in shipments was the issues with freezes and the touchscreen. If you are a retro gamer, you may have another good reason for picking up the tablet when it lands in the US next month.

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Sony accepting apps for PlayStation Suite dev program closed beta

Sony accepting apps for PlayStation Suite dev program closed beta

We talked a bit about the PlayStation Suite program back in September when we first caught wind of the new dev program. The point of the PS Suite program is to allow the developers to make games and other apps that will run on the coming Vita portable console as well as Android devices. The PlayStation Suite SDK will allow the games to be played on Android devices that aren’t Sony branded as well.

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Sony warns of $1.15bn year losses: PS3 up, LCD down

Sony warns of $1.15bn year losses: PS3 up, LCD down

Sony has warned of a potential $1.15bn full-year loss, after lackluster TV sales, the strong yen and the continued impact of the Thai floods saw the company post another quarter of losses. Sony saw sales amounting to $20.5m [pdf link], down over 9-percent year-on-year, good for an operating loss of $21m. In total, for Sony shareholders the loss reaches $350m. Sony says it will undergo significant restructuring to attempt to turn around its decline.

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