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PS Vita TV coming to the West with a new name: PlayStation TV

PS Vita TV is coming to the West, Sony announced at E3 2014. The device that allows you to play Vita games on your TV will cost $99 standalone, or $139 for a bundle including a DualShock 3, an 8GB memory card, an HDMI cable and a digital voucher for a copy of The Lego Movie Video Game. Users...

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Furmins line up a path to Vitas, candy on December 17

The less-than-coordinated of us know that navigating spaces can at times be harder than it looks. As often as we may stumble, Furmins have it one step harder - they're just limbless balls of fur waiting on an omniscient power to guide them to their destinations. Their puzzle-oriented plight is...

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PlayStation Vita TV puts Vita games on a TV, out in Japan on Nov. 14 [update: specs]

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has revealed the PlayStation Vita TV, a miniature system that plays Vita games on the television. The Vita TV has slots for both Vita games and memory cards, allowing users to play games on their tellies with a DualShock 3. It'll support 1,300 games, including...

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Rumor: Leaked Target ad shows Vita for $200

The PlayStation Vita's price may be coming down in the near future, providing a leaked Target ad by the Blu-Ray Forum is accurate. The ad, a snippet of which can be seen above, shows a $200 price point for the system. The standard retail price for the WiFi-only Vita is $250, while the 3G-enabled...

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The Walking Dead heads to Vita with new bundle, '400 Days' episode

Sony announced at its E3 conference that Telltale's acclaimed episodic adventure game series The Walking Dead is headed to the PlayStation Vita. The platform will also host an all-new episode titled "400 Days," along with other bonus content. "400 Days" will also come to Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Mac and...

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Sony asking PS4 devs to try PS Vita remote play before submission

A major feature of the PlayStation 4 is native remote play support on the Vita for PS4 games. During last night's presentation, Gaikai CEO David Perry talked about the work being put in to ensure the fastest response times for remote play. It's a big part of the PS4 and speaking to Engadget, Sony...

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PSN Tuesday: Portal 2 In Motion, Toe Jam & Earl return

All of the Xbox owners out there are probably spending Election Night celebrating the arrival of Halo 4, but there's good news for you too, PS3 owners. The latest update to PSN brings digital versions of LittleBigPlanet Karting and Vanquish, as well as a digital version of Portal 2 with "In...

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Unique shooter 'Rebel' comes to PlayStation Mobile

PomPom Games (the folks behind Mutant Storm Reloaded, among a few other shooters) has released a brand new game on PlayStation Mobile-compatible devices called Rebel, and as the developer says, the game came from an interesting plan to try and make a shooter ... without shooting. The result has the...

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KickBeat trailer, partial track list revealed at Gamescom

KickBeat is a PS Vita game announced back in May by the pinball-loving developers at Zen Studios in which you'll lay the smack down on enemies in time to a musical beat. This week during Gamescom, the company released a trailer, as well as a partial track list for the title, which is set to arrive...

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Tearaway takes iota on a journey through PS Vita, our heart

Tearaway, a new 3D adventure game for the PS Vita, was revealed earlier today during Sony's Gamescom 2012 keynote. But aside from some brief gameplay snippets and specific features possible only on the PS Vita, we weren't given much detail. Thankfully developer Media Molecule just published a...

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