Posts Tagged ‘Playstation Vita’
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on December 3, 2012 under Playstation, Featured, PS Vita Reviews
Chances are you didn't hear about Persona 4 when it originally came out in North America in 2008, or in Europe in 2009. It came out on the Playstation 2 around the time Sony's next-generation console finally got its feet under it with the solid releases such as Heavenly Sword and Metal Gear Solid 4. Despite critical acclaim, the game didn't exactly catch on as much as it could have. However, Atlus... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on November 8, 2012 under Playstation, Featured, PS Vita Reviews
Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation can be commended as an ambitious project. It wants to be a spin-off that wants to be more than just a paired down, diluted rehash of its bigger console sibling. It wants to be a graphical showcase for the Playstation Vita, showing that an open-world style game can be feasible on Sony's handheld with little to no compromise. It also wants to be a showcase for a new ch... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on October 28, 2012 under Playstation, Featured, PS Vita Reviews
Silent Hill: Book of Memories is a game the fanbase has despised since its announcement. Apparently, according to them, this portable spin-off is an absolute insult to the franchise because it is a dungeon crawling RPG with some multiplayer elements instead of being survival horror. If anyone is a true fan of the series, they will badmouth this game every chance they get, otherwise Silent Hill wil... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Craig Cirillo on September 18, 2012 under Press Releases, Sony
Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (SCE Aust.), this week welcomes one of the most iconic PlayStation characters, Sackboy, to PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) . Loved by many across the globe, Sackboy will make his PS Vita debut this Thursday, 20 September, when LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita launches in Australia. The LittleBigPlanet franchise first arrived on Australian shores in 2008, to cr... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Chancey on September 18, 2012 under Feature Articles
Handheld gaming has changed. There is nothing questionable about it. Talk to anyone down the street and chances are they have a smartphone with at least at least one game app on it to pass the time. Talk to a veteran gamer and chances are they occasionally abnegate with a handheld console of last generation. Between portable experiences made to last at a fraction of the price of a mainstream relea... more.