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Sales charts in Japan: PS4 and Vita enjoy a small increase in sales

It’s another reasonably boring report on the latest Japanese sales charts this week, we fear. With literally no new version of PlayStation in the top 20, software graphics are duller than ever, but interestingly, Sony’s platforms have enjoyed a little boost in units of change. The PlayStation 4 was sold through 18,503 machines, while Vita…

Metal Slug 3 is returning to action on PS4, PS3 and Vita, supports cross purchases and trophies

Yes, an army is needed for this. Fancy a bit of retro carnage this week? Well look no further than Metal Slug 3, which is rolling out on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita in Europe tomorrow. A port of the original game that was re-released on the NEOGEO, which goes the extra mile and…

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Gal Gun: Double Fight for Peace with Pheromones in August on PS4, Vita

“It could be you” Ah good old Gal Gun – the series that sees you play as the ultimate alpha male, while walking away from dozens of drunken damsels with your trusty pheromone gun. Already a Weeaboo favorite on the PlayStation 3, its sequel, Unreal Engine-powered, Gal Gun: Double Peace, will be released on the…

Simulator 14 fertilizes the PlayStation Vita in June

“It’s good to be back” Good news farming fans: Farming Simulator 14 is set to plant a place on your PlayStation Vita this June. Having seen the handheld version on various retail websites, we reached out to Giants Software to find out a little more about the latest entry in their obsessed flooring series. Unlike…

You will probably receive a free copy of “Don’t Starve”: Vita Soon Giant Edition

It’s just good advice, really Developer Klei Entertainment recently announced that Dont Starve: Giant Edition, the compilation containing both the original game and its expansion, is coming to PlayStation Vita on September 3. When an opportunistic Twitter follower wondered if the title was a cross-buy, the answer was yes. “It’s still a cross-buy,” the study…

Review: Ethan: Meteor Hunter (PlayStation Vita)

Available now on the PlayStation 3 and via Valve’s Steam client, Ethan: Meteor Hunter features a brave rat who has the power of freezing time and teleportation. Despite the quirky premise, this side scroller has already won a grand prize and been nominated for several others, but has this side scroller made the switch to…

Child of Light Aims a Beacon in the Direction of PS Vita

Can Ubi-lie reverse it? When we reviewed Child of Light in April, many wondered if the resplendent RPG would be extended to the PlayStation Vita. While publisher Ubisoft was coy at the time, it is now confirmed that Igniculus and his team are ready to march onto Sony’s handheld system in July, giving him another…

Sony tries to attract the female market with a light pink PS Vita

It actually looks quite appetizing While new PlayStation Vita titles were announced at the Tokyo Gaming Hall pre-conference, it is clear that Sony has at least one of its eyes on attracting the female population to upgrade from the now defunct PSP. To help with this feat, the upcoming release of a special Vita in…

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Feature: Eight Intriguing PS4 and Vita Indie Titles To Look To The Future

Project Morpheus may have gobbled up the headlines at this year’s Game Developers Conference, but there were still plenty of inevitable PlayStation 4 and indie Vita announcements to poke fun at the leftovers. Rather than bombard you with individual stories, we’ve chosen to collect all the biggest reveals into one big lighter love bite, with…

Review: King Oddball Ends the World (PlayStation Vita)

After a long royal tour of almost every mobile platform on the planet, King Oddball Ends the World has arrived on the PlayStation Vita. Offering projectile-launching fun in the vein of Angry Birds, this puzzle game seeks to usurp the throne of the long-time ruler and avoid being thrown into dungeons for treason. With quirky…