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Official PlayStation Magazine teases something big for next month

10/28/2011, PlayStation owners, it looks like according to the Official PlayStation Magazine, something exciting will be announced next month, and if you have a copy of the magazine, you will realize that the page announcing the upcoming announcement features a huge...

Sony PlayStation Vita Early First Edition Bundle announced

10/27/2011, For those of you planning to purchase the PlayStation Vita early, the folks at Sony have got some good news for you. If you’d like to own the PlayStation Vita before anybody in the US or Canada (assuming they don’t get one imported from...

PlayStation Vita might not have Flash at launch

10/27/2011, If you’re hoping to surf your favorite Flash-based websites on your PlayStation Vita, it looks like you won’t be able to – at least not at launch. The Japanese magazine, Famitsu, recently posted an FAQ for the PlayStation Vita, and in its...

Final Fantasy XIV Online may head onto the PlayStation Vita

10/21/2011, For those who may or may not have enjoyed Final Fantasy XIV Online, it looks like despite the somewhat disastrous launch of the game, the development team is still going strong at it, attempting to make it work and improving it through various patches. It...

PlayStation Vita arrives at the FCC, casts eye on AT&T

10/21/2011, It is rather strange, don’t you think, to see a portable gaming console being made available via a mobile carrier? Well, that is an idea that you certainly need to get used to – especially when Sony has just sent their upcoming handheld...

Sony launches PlayStation Vita developer diaries

10/20/2011, Now that the official release date for the PlayStation Vita has been announced, what else is there to say about the device? Well, the folks over at Sony have started a new video series called “PSVita Developer Diaries” which lets us know about...

PlayStation Vita can be used as a wireless PlayStation 3 controller

10/05/2011, Back at the Tokyo Game Show a few weeks ago, Sony demonstrated the PlayStation Vita being used as a controller for the PlayStation 3 with the game Killzone 3. During the demonstration, this was done over a wired connection, but Sony Worldwide Studios...

PlayStation Vita 3G downloads limited to 20MB

09/30/2011, According to reports online, it looks like Sony will be placing limits on the size of files that can be downloaded with the PlayStation Vita over 3G: a 20MB limit. This means that users won’t be able to download games from the PlayStation store when...

Sony PlayStation Vita originally due for December 3rd

09/28/2011, We all know that Sony’s upcoming true successor to the PlayStation Portable (PSP), the PlayStation Vita, will be released in Japan on December 17th 2011. But did you know that it was originally planned for an earlier release? According to an...

Sony PlayStation Vita to feature less annoying firmware updates?

09/19/2011, One of the great things about today’s video game consoles is the fact that their firmware can be updated to fix bugs, patch holes and introduce new features without you having to buy a new system. One of the bad things about these patches is that...

PlayStation Vita will be region free

09/19/2011, Great news for people who love playing foreign and imported games on their video game consoles: If you’re planning to purchase the PlayStation Vita, the portable console won’t be region-locked. This means that you’ll be able to play...

PlayStation Vita to have external battery pack

09/16/2011, It has been previously mentioned that the PlayStation Vita will have only 3-5 hours of battery life under normal gaming conditions – a number less than ideal, especially for hardcore games that don’t want to end up sitting next to a power outlet...

PlayStation Vita pre-orders climbing steadily on Amazon

09/06/2011, If Sony has any worries about its upcoming handheld console not doing well, they’ve got nothing to fear. Judging by the number of pre-orders that Amazon has been receiving for the PlayStation Vita, it looks like Sony has got a hit on its hands....