Archive for August, 2012
There were a lot of collections released, will you be buying any of them? Tune in to catch FooBear, Isli and I discuss the bit of news that has come out as well as the collections.
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The second episode in a four-part video insider series covering Assassin’s Creed III. In this episode, the developers discuss combat, weapons, and tactics in a memorable era from the American history.
Alright, dudes, for the small price of $39.99, you’re getting an almost endless amount of game for your Vita. You’re getting the PS3 version with every piece of DLC and some not so amazing touch features. The very first thing I did was turn the touch capability off. Using the front and rear touch pad for camera and movement took much longer than using the classic controls. They felt like they were thrown in for the sake of being thrown in.
That aside, this game looks super polished. Gone are the sprite-looking characters from the PS3. The Vita screen does a heck of a job showcasing what this game was meant to look like, by using smooth, detailed characters. The game looks ten times better on Vita. The sound and game play is identical to the console release, so there is not much to comment on in this regard.
Raiden is officially the 18th confirmed character on the roster of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Developer SuperBot Entertainment revealed Evil Cole MacGrath yesterday, and Spike, Ratchet, Dante and Sackboy were also shown at Gamescom.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be available in November for both PlayStation 3 and Vita.
With the Launch of the new 1.8 firmware your Vita has become capable of running a small handful of PlayStation one games. Luckily you won’t have to wait for your favorite title to become available on the Vita store. There is a workaround that will allow you to access more PSOne games on your shiny Vita, and the process is simple and only requires that you do not install the game on your PS3. Simply download the title you would like to transfer to your Vita via the PlayStation Store. When I say don’t install it I mean simply leave it in its “bubble” form on the PlayStation 3. Now, connect your Vita to your PS3 and run content manager. Choose to Transfer from PS3 to Vita and chose PlayStation One. That’s it. You now have a bigger list of games to play blowing away the small eight Sony listed.
Full list below of what is compatible thanks to users at NEOGAF, after the break.
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