As previously reported, Muramasa Rebirth is coming to North America courtesy of Aksys, along with the DLC that includes four new scenarios and characters. While we don't get to see any of those in action, we can still check out the PS Vita port in a new trailer from Marvelous AQL after the jump.
It's no secret that Sony's PS Vita isn't doing quite as well as the company, or even fans of the portable, would like. According to Inside Network analyst Billy Pidgeon, Sony needs to follow Nintendo's lead and cut the price if they want it to succeed, but that's not the only thing holding it back. Full story after the jump.
I feel kind of bad for PS Vita. Its sales are pretty abysmal, and it seems like even Sony tends to ignore its existence at times. Here's some good Vita news for once, though: Sony's portable will be updated with Sony's membership program, PlayStation Plus, on November 19. Details past the jump!
Sony's been having some difficulties with the Vita, but Sony's Fergal Gara swears that we haven't seen what the system can do yet, and judging a system before its first Christmas is insane! More after the jump!
We heard a few days ago that there would be new downloadable content for the PS Vita version of Muramasa: The Demon Blade, but now we have some idea of what. Read up on that, plus check out screens of the port, after the break!
Marvelous AQL unveiled the next Valhalla Knights game's website, which includes the tag-line, "A fallen paradise called Prison." Check out some Valhalla Knights 3 screens and art after the break!
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan president Hiroshi Kawano unveiled a new app coming to PlayStation Vita in Japan at Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show conference. Reader introduces the ability to purchase and read manga on Sony's portable, and is set to debut in Japan this October. Read on for more!
Sony's high-spec PlayStation Vita handheld hasn't set the world on fire, but gamers will have to wait before the system comes down from its $300 price tag. Hit the jump to see what a Sony boss has to say about the situation, and what they're focusing on for the Vita's future!
This week, Japanese PS Vita owners can try out a bit of mecha action in Marvelous' newly launched Assault Gunners. The rest of us will have to be content with the preview video for the digitally distributed game after the jump.
The first promo for the PS Vita port of Earth Defense Force 3 was revealed today, along with the news that this will be the first game in the series to have up to four player online co-op or versus play. Check out the video after the break!
D3 Publisher recently opened a teaser site, which reveals the impending 2012 release of Earth Defense Force 3 Portable on PlayStation Vita. This isn't the first time an EDF game has gone portable, but it's a franchise first for PS Vita. Screens and more past the break!
Love it or hate it, Street Fighter X Tekken continues the crossover clash on the Vita, with a continuation of the console game's story and a bunch of new characters. Hit the jump for a look at the new characters' gameplay as well as an eight-minute story trailer!
Game Arts (Ragnarok Odyssey) and GungHo's distinctive looking PS Vita game Dokuro follows a skull faced guardian of the demon realm questing to rescue a kidnapped princess. In his natural forms, he's able to jump around environment puzzles. He can also shed his demonic appearance for something more gallant in order to carry the princess. Get a look at the game's opening after the jump!
If you were waiting for a white PlayStation Vita, it may not be too far off—Japan gets theirs June 28th. Perhaps more importantly, the limited edition Vita you didn't know you wanted, Hatsune Miku, was also announced. Bump the jump for details and a video preview!
Sony Computer Entertainment's new action game for PlayStation Vita, Soul Sacrifice, was announced last month, but details will start pouring in soon. The flood starts with a teaser movie trickle after the break!