Version 3.00 for Playstation Vita is now available for download, the updates main feature is PS4 link support, this allows you to use remote play with the Playstation 4 on launch. Check out the full video below giving details on all the new features included in version 3.00.
The PlayStation Vita 2000 has just become available in Japan, still no information about when and if this model will be coming to us in the U.S and Europe but we will have to wait and see. Anyway, enjoy the videos below, the first video is the unboxing and size comparison, the 2nd video is a comparison between the OLED screen and the LCD screen.
Unboxing & Size Comparison.
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Square Enix have announced a Japanese release date for the HD remaster of Final Fantasy X & X-2.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) may have leaked some information about the upcoming Ratchet game that Sony probably didn’t want us to know.
The title is allegedly releasing on more than just the PS3. ESRB has, in the past, leaked release platforms before they were officially announced.
First for highlights on the October Playstation Plus update watch the video above from the guys at Playstation Access. Right this months update is another decent one with this months big hit being Far Cry 3. In this open world adventure that is Far Cry 3 you take on the role of Jason Brody, a young man stranded on the lawless tropical paradise of Rook Island, a place ruled by piracy and misery. After escaping the clutches of the mentally unstable, slave trading, pirate leader Vaas, Jason must transform himself from coward to killer in an attempt to save his family and friends.
Plus this months big hit on Playstation Vita is Street Fighter X Tekken, “which leverages elements from both series to deliver a beautiful brawler for our favorite handheld device.”
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DLB is back with another video! This one is called “PS Vita TV: The Future of Console Gaming” and it’s a good one . For myself i can’t wait for this mini console it brings some awesome features to the table and you can check out the original post about the hardware inside this article, PS Vita TV Announced, Puts Vita Games On Your TV, also check out the video below.
DLB talks about absolutely everything we know about the Playstation Vita TV Hardware starting with the devices name and why they locked it down to Vita TV. He also continues on talking about the Playstation Vita Tv’s features, Competitors, price and the limitations on what they device could have.
Finally DLB explains how the Playstation Vita TV could be the future of home gaming and the features it could receive in the future. P.S remember to subscribe to DLBTV right here.
Right at the start of the the Sony Japan Press Conference a new PS Vita model was introduced. The new model has a decent list of improvements starting with being 20 percent thinker, 15 percent lighter, more colours, comes with 1GB built in memory and will launch in Japan on October 10th.
Sadly no information on regions outside Japan at this time, but of course will see more information on that real soon.
Yoshida has confirmed via his twitter account Cross Platform Party Chat will work between the Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita. So this basically means if you have a friend who is playing on his vita you can invite him to a party chat and you can audio/text chat together while on different consoles playing different games.
Of Course you can’t do this on the Playstation 3 because it doesn’t have a party chat feature, but we expect cross platform text chat to be available but this hasn’t been confirmed. The Playstation Vita and Playstation 4 will be able to talk to each other and work together in loads of great ways, the PS Vita is really becoming a great companion devices for the PS4 which in result is giving the Playstation Vita some great new buying incentive.
Assassins Creed 4 Black Flag had a big demo on stage at Sony’s Gamescom 2013 conference, the demo shows new gameplay and a sneak peak from the exclusive level on PS4/PS3. In the middle of the demo they also switch the gameplay to a Playstation Vita and for the first time show Assassin’s Creed 4 running via remote play on the Vita.
Sony announced during there Gamescom 2013 conference Minecraft would be coming to PlayStation 4 at launch, it will be downloadable via the PlayStation Store. Later on it was also confirmed Minecraft would be coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita but no release information was announced with that.
It was a huge hit on Xbox 360 and PC so its a great move by Sony to finally bring the game to all their devices.