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  • Let's Fish! Hooked On release date confirmed, new trailer launched

    Wired Productions has announced the release date for Let’s Fish! Hooked On. Players can get their rod out on PS Vita from January 30.

  • Muramasa for Vita gets fresh batch of screenshots

    As announced by Sony at TGS last September, Vanillaware’s popular Wii action title, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, is being ported over to the PlayStation Vita. It remains one of the better looking Wii games around, but today we have a fresh set of screens that show just how nice it looks on the handheld. Take […]

  • Valhalla Knights 3 to feature 7 vs 7 battles

    Famitsu has posted plenty of information regarding Valhalla Knights 3. We’ve hunted down the most interesting snippets, including the announcement that 7 vs 7 battles will be in the game.

  • Phantasy Star Online 2 free-to-play for Japanese Vita users

    Sega is taking no chances with Phatansy Star Online 2. The game will be free-to-play for all Japanese Vita owners from launch. If you don’t fancy spending out on the PC or console versions, a limited handheld outing might do just the trick.

  • Sega files trademark for Shining Ark

    Sega has filed a trademark for Shining Ark, possibly a continuation of The Shining series.

  • Vita sales "an acceptable number," says PlayStation US head

    President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America Jack Tretton has said that he finds current sales figures for the PlayStation Vita “acceptable.”

  • New Vita Firmware update released

    Sony has released a new optional firmware update for PlayStation Vita. Update 1.69 will “improve software stability,” according to Sony’s Eric Lempel. The 97Mb download does little else apart from that and can be termed as minor. The system will be getting support for PSone Classics and YouTube via an update which’ll be released this […]

  • Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen Vita trailer

    Namco Bandai has released a new trailer for the upcoming ninja epic from the masters of ancient Japanese “history,” Acquire (who you may remember from series’ like Tenchu and Way of the Samurai.) So head past the break for all the ninja slashing, over-the-top ceremonial gowns, sexy Vita graphics you can handle.

  • Vita not sold out in Japan, some users report problems

    Vague sales reports are coming in from the front lines of Vita’s Japanese launch, and while apparently things are going fairly well, they’re not going quite as well as Sony could have hoped. The Vita has not sold out according to Japanese retailers, but memory cards have.

  • Analyst: Market shrinking for gaming handhelds, but there's hope

    Nintendo and Sony are fighting an uphill battle against the staggering popularity of smartphone devices these days. But he and another analyst say there’s reason for handheld gamers to hold out hope.

  • Sony backtracks on Vita accounts, now one account per system

    Last month Sony had said users would be able to switch out memory cards in order to use multiple accounts on their Vita console. Apparently that’s not the case anymore, because they’re now saying there will be only one account per system, requiring a factory reset to switch.

  • The Weekly Wrap – Gears 3 breaks cover, TGS dissected

    The conventions refuse to relent. Brenna’s vanished in mysterious lands across the sea, and Johnny’s in a corner softly sobbing “Jehuty” to himself. But the headlines keep rolling. Here’s what it all means.

  • Sony announces Escape Plan for Vita

    Sony has announced a new game for PlayStation Vita. It’s a stylized puzzle game called Escape Plan.

  • NGP is dead: PlayStation Vita name confirmed, 2011 global launch and prices confirmed

    SCE boss Kaz Hirai has finally confirmed what’s been clear for a while: NGP’s full name is PlayStation Vita.

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