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    Saturday May 28, 2016
  • Latest "Caligula" Footage Showcases Story Conversations

    It's positively "caligulovely."

    Caligula, the very Persona-esque role-playing game due out for PS Vita this June 23 in Japan, has a brand new story trailer out for you to feast your eyes on, and this one shows off a particular conversation and how it'll play out in-game. Hit the jump for more!

  • Saturday April 2, 2016
  • "Skullgirls 2nd Encore" Launching For PS Vita April 5

    Another fighting game to add to your handheld repertoire.

    PS Vita owners, if you've been waiting patiently for the handheld version of Skullgirls to make its way to you, now's the time to celebrate. Skullgirls 2nd Encore will be launching on April 5, as announced by Lab Zero Games. Hit the jump to check out the trailer!

  • Monday March 29, 2016
  • VIDEO: Voice Actor Misadventures Continue with "Gundam Breaker 3"

    Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi take their horrifying custom Mobile Suit for a test-drive

    When last we left our heroes, voice actors Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi, they were slathered in Mobile Suit Gundam-inspired face paint and taking turns creating an incongrous custom Mobile Suit using the "Setup: Assemble" feature of the upcoming Gundam Breaker 3 gunpla-battling action game. Hit the jump to see them test their mech's mettle in combat.

  • Sunday March 28, 2016
  • PlayStation TV Shipment Has Concluded in Japan

    Sony discontinues not-so-successful unit

    In theory PlayStation TV—which lets you play (most) PS Vita games on your TV along with PlayStation 4 remote play and PlayStation Now streaming—is a great idea. Unfortunately it never fully caught on, and as a result shipment of the product has come to an end in Japan. More after the jump.

  • Friday March 26, 2016
  • VIDEO: Voice Actors Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi Try Out "Gundam Breaker 3"

    Some people should not be allowed to assemble their own custom Mobile Suits.

    Gundam Breaker 3, a gunpla-battling action game developed for the Sony PlayStation 4 and PS Vita game consoles by Bandai Namco Entertainment, will soon be released in Japan, and so Bandai Namco decided to celebrate the game's launch by allowing voice actors Masaya Onosaka and Katsuyuki Konishi to give the game a test-run. Hit the jump to see the results.