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The much-anticipated Facebook PS Vita app is now available for free download on the PlayStation Store.
Facebook app is now available for 12MB download on the PlayStation Store, joining Twitter app LiveTweet, Flickr and Netflix in the list of free apps available for the PlayStation Vita.View Article Source »
Paramount becomes the first movie distributor to directly sell UltraViolet movies.
This new platform was first introduced as a package deal that comes with the DVD or Blu-Ray discs but thanks to Paramount, customers can now stream the movie without having to purchase the physical format first.
Customers can now purchase movies on Paramount’s site which can be streamed and viewed live. Prices start at $13 for the standard definition and $20 for the HD version.View Article Source »
Sony lowers Tablet S price by $100, now starts at $400 for 16GB and $500 for the 32GB version.
Sony’s surprise pricing change puts the Tablet S away from Transformer Prime and iPad 2 price range and joins Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, ASUS Transformer and Toshiba Thrive tablets in the mid-range slates category.View Article Source »
Not able to be at TGS 2011? Don't worry! All We Like has a quick recap for you.
Tokyo Game Show 2011 was not filled with E3-like announcements, unveiling and others. However, as expected, the said event was flooded with Japanese developers and hosted many Japanese developers’ game revelations, announcements and more.
The Tokyo Game Show has increasingly become the home to fewer announcements and several great items. So check out the a brief recap of the Tokyo Game Show 2011 after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Sony Entertainment announces Namco Bandai's Tales of Innocence R title for PlayStation Vita. First game trailer, released!
As announced during Sony’s pre-TGS 2011 press conference in Japan yesterday, Namco Bandai will be releasing the Tales of Innocence R for the anticipated PlayStation Portable Vita. The game, which is known to be the first Tales title on the handheld console, is a Vita remake of the original game — Tales of Innocence (originally launched for Nintendo DS in 2007).
The Tales of Innocence R is expected to feature enhanced graphics, sounds, improved battle system, and comes with an additional playable characters. The “R” in the title describes the game as a “re-imagining” of the original Tales of Innocence, and would consist of more animated movies and a new opening song: “New Day, New Life” by Kokia.
Posted after the jump is the TGS 2011 trailer for Namco Bandai’s Tales of Innocence R.Read the rest of the article »
Expected games and details that will be seen in the upcoming Tokyo Game Show 2011 is now out!
Tokyo Game Show, an upcoming video game expo held yearly in Japan, is usually used by several international video game developers to showcase their newest and upcoming games and even game-related hardwares. It is a great and big event for all the gamers around the world, and it is expected to showcase different upcoming games on different platforms.
According to some details, Tokyo Game Show 2011 is set to show some other products such as game peripherals and other items.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon UK kicked off pre-orders for Sony's PlayStation Vita, ahead of its release date.
Amazon seemingly revealed Sony PlayStation Vita’s release date and UK price, as it makes the portable game console up for pre-order ahead of its New Year Eve’s arrival. But while Amazon UK opened PS Vita for pre-order without concrete delivery date, its US counterpart suggests that it will be available starting December 31.
In relation to this, Amazon UK cites that the WiFi + 3G edition of PlayStation Vita will cost £279.99. The WiFi only device, on the other hand, lands at £229.99. Sony’s upcoming portable game console will feature quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, 5-inch OLED touchscreen display, front and rear mounted cameras, touch sensitive back plates, and the usual array of PlayStation controls.
Hit the play button at the video after the cut to learn more about Sony’s PlayStation Vita.Read the rest of the article »
Sony has released the final specifications for the upcoming PSP successor.
After series of rumors, Sony has finally revealed the official specs of its anticipated PlayStation Vita. The company confirmed that the handheld gaming device will be sporting a 512MB of RAM, instead of the 256MB RAM that was rumored earlier.
Last month, Dani Sánchez-Crespo – CEO of PSP games studio Novarama – brought up some possible memory capacity features for the PSP successor. He hinted, “Remember the PSP had 32MB of RAM, we have about ten times that now.” If one would calculate, this statement would mean that the Vita might integrate a RAM memory of more than 256MB.Read the rest of the article »
Sony just announced that its PlayStation 3 models will receive a $50 price cut in all territories.
Sony ended its Gamescom 2011 presentation with the surprising announcement that the PlayStation 3 console device just had its price cut in all territories. The 160GB model is now available for only $250 in the United States, €249.99 in Europe and ¥24,980 in Japan. This new price point is already effective in all countries except for Japan, where the price drop will start on August 18.
Aside from the 160GB model, the PS3′s 320GB system will also get a price cut. The console is now being retailed for $300 in the US, €300 in European countries, and 29,980 yen in Japan. “In addition, a limited edition inFAMOUS 2 bundle is now available at participating retailers across North America,” SCEA’s CEO, Jack Tretton, wrote on a blog. “The bundle retails for $299 and includes a 320 GB PlayStation 3, a copy of inFAMOUS 2 and a 30-day membership to PlayStation Plus.”Read the rest of the article »
Sony is asking their fans on what PlayStation Vita peripheral would they like to see. Would a consensus bring a UMD converter in the market?
Sony asks their fans on what PlayStation Vita peripherals would they like to see. It is obvious that the firm is using their time well, now that the PS Vita will be rolling out in Japan this year, followed by US and Europe early next year. As of this writing, an external UMD drive is taking the lead.
Feedback are collected at the Japanese PlayStation Vita Community Site. And though it is written in Japanese characters, browsing through the pages will tell you that a UMD converter is a top request. Other peripherals mentioned were cradle with HDMI out, full keyboard attachment, and secondary battery.
It is not surprising that a UMD converter comes on top of the wish list, since there are still UMD-only PSP titles like Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep. Hopefully, this move from Sony could be an indication that a peripheral as such would be considered.View Article Source »
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