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PS Vita gets old-school summer with PSOne gaming

PS Vita gets old-school summer with PSOne gaming

If you’re a fan of Sony’s products then there’s some good news out of Japan: the next software update for the PS Vita, 1.80, will add the ability to play classic PSOne titles. Around 700 titles will be available to play, which isn’t a bad haul at all, but they’ll see staggered releases. We imagine being able to play Tomb Raider or Final Fantasy VII on the go will appeal to quite a few gamers.

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PS Vita’s YouTube app arrives

PS Vita’s YouTube app arrives

Sony has released the much anticipated YouTube app for its PlayStation Vita portable gaming device. The app takes advantage of the handheld's large 5-inch high-resolution display and 3G capabilities. It will be available for download later today via the the PS Vita Store on PSN.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale gameplay shown at E3

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale gameplay shown at E3

If a bit of actual live gameplay done by four gamers working with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was what you were hoping to get out of E3, you're in luck! This week Sony delivered just that, and a video showing Kratos, Sweet Tooth, Fat Princess, and Nathan Drake played on the monstrous jumbo-ton at E3 is what you'll be able to see below. This match has the four fighters duking it out amongst traps, the hydra from God of War I, and the deadly wills of each player.

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PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale gets full Cross Play support

PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale gets full Cross Play support

One of the things that has eluded gamers for a long time has been the ability to play against other players on different platforms. While you still can't play a multiplayer game on the bathroom Xbox against a friend of the PS3, Sony is significantly expanding the ability to play video games against players on the PS3 and the PS Vita. One of the latest games to get support for Cross Play is PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale.

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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale coming to PS Vita next

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale coming to PS Vita next

The game known as the Super Smash Bros of the Sony world is coming soon, and now not just for the PlayStation 3. It's PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, and if that name wasn't long enough for you, try PlayStation Vita All-Stars Battle Royale on for size! This game has been tipped by several domain name registries and a job listing that have popped up this week in the wake of the excitement that the intitial title provided.

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White PlayStation Vita hitting Japan in June

White PlayStation Vita hitting Japan in June

Black isn’t cool. You know what’s really cool? White. We’ve seen the pale color infect just about every gadget known to man, and now the PlayStation Vita will be the latest to be blessed with an all white exterior. For now it seems to be heading just to Japan, and you can expect to pay a pretty penny for the privilege. When it goes on sale in June, the WiFi version will cost ¥24,980 (~$313) while the 3G version will be ¥29,980 (~$375).

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Skype for PS Vita arrives today

Skype for PS Vita arrives today

Skype has announced a new version of its VoIP app for Sony's PS Vita, turning the gaming handheld into a portable internet phone over WiFi or 3G connections. Set to hit the PlayStation Store for US users today, and for Europe and Asia users tomorrow, the Skype app for Vita supports video calling as well as voice-only calls.

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PS Vita sales take a beating in Japan

PS Vita sales take a beating in Japan

Sony can't be happy with recent sales of its new PS Vita portable console in Japan. Sales the portable gaming device have reached a record low in Japan. Executives at Sony have to be wincing right now with the Vita slipping to fourth place spot in hardware rankings. The Vita only sold 8250 units in Japan for the week.

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Sony releases PlayStation Suite SDK open beta

Sony releases PlayStation Suite SDK open beta

Sony has released the PlayStation Suite Developer Program open beta, as promised, enabling coders to create games for the PS Vita, PlayStation-certified phones and tablets, and more. Available for PC only, the PlayStation Suite SDK 0.98 includes the PC Suite Studio and UI Composer for creating interfaces that take advantage of physical and touchscreen controls, as well as a simulator for testing out your handiwork.

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Sony PlayStation Suite SDK open beta drops April

Sony PlayStation Suite SDK open beta drops April

Sony's PlayStation Suite SDK will be released as an open beta in April 2012, the company has confirmed, allowing developers to create games and content for the PS Vita, as well as PlayStation Certified phones and tablets. Released in closed beta back in November, though only in the US, UK and Japan, the new open beta will broaden support to a greater number of countries. The full version of the SDK, meanwhile, will follow on later in 2012, with an annual fee of $99 for distribution through the PlayStation Store.

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