Archive for category PlayStation Vita
Crunchyroll is a subscription-based anime streaming service. If you’ve never heard of this service yet (and it’s very possible lol), you can think Netflix, but specialized in anime streaming with english subtitles. This service has already been available for a few months on the Playstation 3 (only on the North American PSN from what I read though?) and many other devices.
Earlier this week, Crunchyroll announced that a PS Vita version is in the works and will be available at a later date (which was not supplied in the news).
I’ve been following a lot of animes recently via their service, and this is an excellent news for me as I’ll now be able to listen to them on my PS Vita instead of my TV. I’ll be downloading this as soon as it’ll be available and make sure my Crunchyroll subscription doesn’t expire until then !
Are any of you interested in this service? Do you use your Vitas to watch TV shows/movies or for video streaming?
In this Thomas Was Alone level pack, discover the tale of young Benjamin, who goes in search of the Fountain of Wisdom aided by his father’s incredible invention. Benjamin meets a new companion and a familiar face in this story, which takes place in the events leading up to Thomas’s emergence.
• 20 brand new levels debuting exclusively on PlayStation® consoles.
• Reach new heights and solve new puzzles with Benjamin’s jetpack.
• 3 brand new characters.
• A new story about hope and the wild impetuosity of youth. And jumping.
You may have missed it but Sony’s conference at E3 included the PS Vita. Among the games showcased was the delightful Tearaway which we haven’t seen since it was announced at Gamescom last year. Media Molecule folded and glued together a new trailer for E3 where you can see the gorgeous paper craft style and excellent use of the rear touch pad in action. Check it out!
I’m off to make a paper elk.
Square-Enix recently announced that a few of their PS2 masterpieces would get HD Remasters for both the PS3 and PS Vita. Each remastered game (Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2, Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts: Chains of Memories) will feature upgraded visuals, a few new features and bosses, and their own trophy list!
I searched the web to sum up what is known about those titles and compiled the data in this post, which is meant to be an extension of what Eddie wrote a few weeks ago.
Inaba—a quiet town in rural Japan. A normal teenager arrives at the station to begin his year-long stay in the countryside, only to be welcomed by the news of a dead TV announcer. Shortly after, another body appears, mysteriously hung from the top of a telephone pole. The cause of death is unknown, with no leads on the suspect… As the peaceful community is thrown into turmoil, the urban youth and his classmates wander into a strange, surreal place covered by a thick fog…
Persona 4: Golden is a Japanese-RPG for the Playstation Vita developed by Atlus. This game is an enhanced port of “Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4″, a Playstation 2 game that was released in 2008.
This is the first game in the “Persona” series I ever played, and I’m very impressed by its huge scale -the story runs for almost a full year- and its very solid RPG mechanics. I’m around 50 hours in the game, haven’t finished my first playthrough yet, and I’m still amazed by how fun each moment spent in this game is!