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Bandai Namco brings more God Eater, Tales of, JoJo’s to PS4

Bandai Namco brings more God Eater, Tales of, JoJo’s to PS4

Finally Bandai Namco has taken notice of the west. After bringing the latest "Tales of" title, Tales of Zestiria, to the PlayStation, both PS4 and PS3, and PC via Steam last October, Sony and the game publisher are announcing a handful of new Japanese titles, both RPGs and fighting games, landing on Sony's gaming hardware next year, probably starting summer. These include the brand new Tales of Berseria, two God Eater titles, a JoJo's Bizarre Adventure fighting game, and a PS Vita exclusive Mobile Suit Gundam versus game.

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Limited edition Dragon Quest PS Vita announced for Japan

Limited edition Dragon Quest PS Vita announced for Japan

To commemorate the release of Dragon Quest Builders, the new Minecraft-inspired entry in the famous RPG series, Sony has announced a limited edition themed PlayStation Vita for Japan. Dubbed the "PlayStation Vita Dragon Quest Metal Slime Edition," the handheld system gets a new silver paint job, to match the game's iconic enemy type, as well as a few tiny detailing that Dragon Quest fans will love.

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Hack makes PS Vita TV compatible with more PS Vita games

Hack makes PS Vita TV compatible with more PS Vita games

The PlayStation TV, or PS Vita TV in some markets, may not be one of Sony's most loved gaming hardware. Although it bears the name and some of the traits of the PS Vita, it is a set-top box more than a handheld. Even more, despite being compatible with a number of PS Vita games, the mini console doesn't support more, even those that perhaps make sense on the device. Fortunately, thanks to a simple hack posted on HackInformer, some of those games and apps might not be available for the PS TV.

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TwitchCon 2015 Keynote rundown (the quick version)

TwitchCon 2015 Keynote rundown (the quick version)

This week Emmett Schear from Twitch spoke at TwitchCon 2015 and let it be known that new features were on the way. New products and improvements are headed to Twitch - the PC version of the environment - while a full-fledged app for Twitch for PlayStation was announced to be nearly here. Starting this Fall, the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita (or PS Vita, if you prefer), will be getting access to the Twitch app.

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PS Now finally comes to the PS Vita, God of War III in tow

PS Now finally comes to the PS Vita, God of War III in tow

Sony is slowly, very slowly, but also very surely, expanding the coverage of its game streaming platform. Almost a month after it has flipped the switch for, rather ironically, some of Samsung's Smart TVs, Sony is now enabling PlayStation Now on its own portable and TV devices, namely, the PS Vita and the PS TV. Of course, it wouldn't be much fun if that's all that Sony has in store in its announcement. It has also expanded the lineup of games available on PS Now to include, among other things, the gory God of War III.

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Project Root: many, many, many bullets for Xbox One, PS4

Project Root: many, many, many bullets for Xbox One, PS4

Oh my goodness look at all the bullets. This game is the latest from the ID@Xbox indy creator series on Xbox One, coming in from developers OPQAM and Reverb Triple XP. If you're not already lost in the madness of words that mean nothing to you from the outset, just head below. Below you'll see what it means to play this retro futuristic game. Below you'll see all the excellence of many, many bullets flying in all directions. The bullets are flying everywhere, I tell you!

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Sony PlayStation Mobile support ends

Sony PlayStation Mobile support ends

Sony tried to get mobile gamers interested in playing its games that were meant for the PS Vita on their Android devices, but it didn’t grab the attention of gamers. PlayStation Mobile was originally envisioned as a way for the PS Vita gamers out there to play the same games they buy for their Sony portable on their Android devices.

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Sony to axe PS Vita Maps, near, YouTube apps

Sony to axe PS Vita Maps, near, YouTube apps

It seems like Sony is putting to rest a few of its services, probably much to the dismay and even worry of its customers. Hot on the heels of an announcement that will swap out its Music Unlimited service for a Spotify-powered PlayStation Music, the tech giant is now announcing the impending shtudown of two PS Vita apps, Maps and YouTube. It isn't saying exactly why it is doing so and, in at least one case, isn't offering a replacement.

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PlayStation Plus games for January 2015 revealed in full

PlayStation Plus games for January 2015 revealed in full

This week the folks at Sony have revealed the first several games that'll be pushed to the public in their PlayStation Plus users for free. This includes The Swapper and Infamous: First Light for PlayStation 4. It also includes Prototype 2 and Duck Tales Remastered for PlayStation 3. PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) users will be treated to Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition as well as the game "Whoa Dave!" This should be a smooth first at-bat for the PlayStation Plus program for the start of the year 2015.

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PlayStation 4, PS Vita launching in China January 2015

PlayStation 4, PS Vita launching in China January 2015

The Xbox One might have had the crown this recent holiday season, but Sony's consoles are getting ready to take on a completely fresh and potentially huge market next month. Going behind schedule by a month, Sony has just announced that it will start selling the PlayStation 4 (CUH-1000 series) and the PlayStation Vita (PCH-2000) in China starting January 11 next year. Given than Microsoft isn't far behind, this will mark a new arena in the battle for console supremacy between the two giants.

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Sony’s PlayStation Experience: here’s what you missed

Sony’s PlayStation Experience: here’s what you missed

Sony just finished its standalone PlayStation Experience media event in Las Vegas this weekend, and it unloaded a ton of teasers on gamers. Not all of them good, unfortunately. But if you weren't keeping tabs on the press conference, you need not fret as there is plenty of time to catch up before the games hit stores next year. As to what those games are, it's a wide collection of sequels to iconic titles like Street Fighter and Yakuza, as well as a bunch of new inventions from indie developers.

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