Sony has announced a surprise press conference centered on the PlayStation Vita in Japan ahead of Wednesday's big conference set for Monday evening in Japan. Hit the jump for the details so far and the livestream for later tonight.
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!
No longer the top dog of the video game industry, Sony's stocks have hit a 31-year low. After the jump, see what Sony, as well as financial analysts have to say about the entertainment giant taking this kind of spill.
There are two things you can count on from Shigeru Miyamoto: excellent game design and sly-but-polite digs at the competition. Past the jump, see what Miyamoto has to say about the PS Vita, and how its launch struggles mirror those of the 3DS!
I have to admit: I actually did get so excited about this color that I failed for a full—oh, I don't know—two minutes to realize that it was a PlayStation Portable and not a Vita. Check out the two-tone bluuuuue Japanese PSP after the break!
The PlayStation Vita isn't doing all that Sony hoped it would, despite having strong hardware, unique features, and highly-anticipated games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss. Hit the jump to see the new handheld's sales numbers and what that might mean for Sony's newest system.
Japan's Famitsu magazine polled online readers from December 13-19th to figure out which stories caught people's attention the most over the past year. They also revealed which stories were biggest hit-wise. See both lists after the jump!
Capcom has released a new batch of screens for the PS Vita version of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Hit the jump to check out the new Ultimate Controller mode and the new replay functionality.
Sony's first TV commercial for the forthcoming Japanese launch of the Vita is classic Sony. See what I mean after the jump.
Team Ninja is known for a few major things: crazy ninja-slicing action, intense yet easy-to-play fighting games, and scantily-clad beach game collections. After the jump, find out what's in store for the first two genres that Team Ninja specializes in with news about the PS Vita version of Ninja Gaiden Sigma and upcoming Xbox 360 and PS3 fighter Dead or Alive 5!
Square-Enix's upcoming PSP and Vita action-RPG Lord of Apocalypse already looks pretty sweet--between having Cthulhu as a possible summon and a huge Vagrant Story-esque choice of weaponry available, the game seems to channel old-school crazy with new-school mechanics. Check out a new trailer featuring the game's cast and even more weapons after the jump!
Want to get a PlayStation Vita earlier than anyone else in North America? Sony's John Koller announced a way for gamers to do just that with the "PS Vita First Edition Bundle." The bundle comes packed with a limited edition case, a 4GB PS Vita Memory Card and the game Little Deviants. More after the jump.
The Level-5 World event ended a few days ago, but we're now getting a nice official look at the trailer for the Professor Layton developer's mystery adventure Time Travelers, which is headed to PSP and Vita in addition to Nintendo 3DS. Video after the jump.
Though full details are waiting for us later this week at the Level-5 Vision press conference, this week's issue of Famitsu spills a few beans about one of the developer's next titles, Time Travelers. Originally announced for 3DS, the mystery will also be hitting PSP and Vita. More after the jump.
Hotly anticipated fighting crossover Street Fighter X Tekken has wowed gamers with its fast-paced juggle combos and refined, technical gameplay, but it has also caused some confusion when battles change gears from crossed fists and determined glares to fart jokes and Looney Tunes-style slapstick. It's all part of the celebration, says the game's producer. Check out the interview after the jump!