Borderlands fans who've waited patiently to play the game from their handheld shan't wait much longer: Sony has announced the upcoming launch of Borderlands 2 for the PlayStation Vita, something that will be kicked off with the availability of a Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PS Vita Bundle next month.
Fans of the Sony PS Vita have several new reasons to be happy this week. Sony has announced that some long desired new apps for the portable game console are now available with some others coming later this spring. One of the new apps that has hit the console today will have animie fans very excited.
In a bit of a surprise announcement this afternoon, Sony has made clear that Jack Tretton will be stepping down from his role as President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America. As of March 31st, 2014, SCEA will have a new President and CEO, as the company and Tretton have made a "mutual agreement" to "not renew their contractual relationship."
The most pixel-filled adventure of a one-player game ever produced by the folks at Polytron is nearly ready for PlayStation 4, PS3, and PS Vita. With a March 25th release date, we’re ready for this Blitworks-ported title to come on quick. It’s been a long time in the making, after all, the game’s original launch occurring well over a year ago.
Crackle may not have the brand recognition of Netflix, but it still boasts a solid user base, offering Internet goers and device owners access to a library of movies and related video content, including original series and television shows. Starting today, owners of Sony's PlayStation Vita can now access the service from their gaming handheld, providing another element of entertainment.
Sony will launch its redesigned PS Vita in the US and Canada this spring, the company has confirmed, as part of a Borderlands 2 bundle. The release - which will see the redesigned handheld offered at $199 - was confirmed during a Sony event today in Los Angeles, alongside launch dates for God of War Collection on PS Vita, which will drop on May 6th.
Even if you've not got a PS Vita on which to play the game OlliOlli, you've got to appreciate the next-generation (yet retro) flavor of the title. Here we're seeing a game that brings the skateboarding genre back in a side-scrolling bit of gameplay, ready and willing to make you believe that your two-hundred-dollar handheld gaming device is prepared for the pixels. This game is developed by Roll7 Games and will be released immediately if not soon.