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Sony Is Still Giving The PS Vita Updates For Some Reason

Sony made it very clear that the PS Vita was dead to them this year by ending production back in March. But oddly, they’re still updating it. Usually, when a company is done with a product, they cease all operations. Not just in building them, but also with updates. However, that’s not the case with […]

Sony to Halt Production on the PS Vita in Japan Next Year

At the Tokyo Game Show this year, Sony announced that it will be halting production on the PS Vita handheld console in Japan over the next year. Currently, Japan is the only market that is confirmed as ending production, though it is likely other production lines will shut down as well. Especially considering Sony’s American […]

Sony Ending Physical Production of PS Vita Game Cards

The PS Vita may be looking at death’s door int he next year or so, as Sony has started to shut down production of something vital to the portable unit’s success: physical game cards. It’s not really talked about among diehard fans of the system, especially those who love the ability to play their games […]

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Playstation Blog’s Game of the Year Poll is Now Open

Playstation Blog’s annual Game of the Year poll is open, and includes many of the same categories as previous years – best PS4 game, best PS VR experience, best indie game, best console exclusive – but there are also a couple new categories as well. There is also a change in the “Most Anticipated” category: […]

Grim Fandango Remastered Coming To PlayStation Plus In January

We’re just on 2016’s doorstop, and there will be a whole batch of PlayStation Plus games to greet us in the new year. While Sony haven’t announced it yet in a blog post, an email has started to do the rounds for subscribers as picked up by NeoGAF via GameSpot. While only the PlayStation 4 […]

Sweet Release! Xeodrifter, The Swindle, N++, King’s Quest, Vita Roundup

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Sweet Release! Bleeding Cool’s look at the new games hitting store shelves and digital platforms.  Let’s face it, July has been pretty baron of great games.  Oh sure, there’s been something to cover every week but as July comes to a close and we edge ever closer to the falls metaphorical landslide of big […]

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Coming To Vita In August With More Episodes

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 was a fairly well received sequel to the cult favourite original. The episodic structure was a weird stumbling block, but now the full game is out you can have at it all in one go. And if you are a PS Vita owner, you’ll soon be able to experience the title […]

Sweet Release! Godzilla, God of War III, No Time To Explain, Deception IV, PGA Golf

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Sweet Release!  Bleeding Cool’s look at the new games hitting store shelves and digital platforms.  I’ve been preaching about summertime being the dumping grounds for smaller titles for a few weeks now, and the climate really hasn’t changed.  With our last entry being almost all digital only fighting games, the calendar […]

Crypt Of The NecroDancer Coming To PlayStation 4 And Vita

I have championed Crypt of the NecroDancer in a big way ever since I got my hands on the game. I even gave it a highlight award in Bleeding Cool’s Game of the Year awards. I really do have a major soft spot for this rhythm based dungeon crawler. If you can’t get the game […]

PlayStation Release Trailer Showcasing Upcoming Vita Games

The Vita got one solitary mention during the Sony E3 Press conference, but I’d be surprised if you remembered. It was name dropped alongside World of Final Fantasy, which is also coming to PlayStation 4. Sony totally haven’t forgotten about the handheld though. They promise. To prove it, they released this trailer quietly on the internet […]

Mike Bithell’s Volume Gets An August Release Date And New Trailer

I’ve played Mike Bithell‘s Volume a couple times during its development and enjoyed it each time. Last time I played it at EGX Rezzed was certainly the tightest build of the game, and if you like old school stealth games like Metal Gear Solid, this will be right up your ally. We finally have a […]


Volume’s Level Editor Lets You Design Your Own Stealth Creations

Mike Bithell has really become a one of the most recognizable faces in the indie video game scene. The man behind Thomas Was Alone has been working on his next title Volume for a little while now, and I’m pretty intrigued by it. I’ve played it a couple of times and if you are a […]

Transistor And More Are Free On PlayStation Plus In February

I reported two days ago that Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is coming to Xbox Live for free in February and, conversely, we now know what what PlayStation Plus are offering subscribers starting February 3rd. PlayStation Blog revealed that SuperGiant Game’s Transistor will be available on PlayStation 4 to players with a subscription to the […]

Japan’s Games Console Market Is At Its Lowest For 24 Years

It’s no secret that Japan’s gaming habits are quite different to the West’s. Where as North America and Europe largely prefer gaming at home on consoles, Japan loves the mobile and handheld market. The country prefers to game on the move and that has sustained sales of the Nintendo 3DS for years. It turns out that […]


Sweet Release! Sunset Overdrive, Lords Of The Fallen, Castlevania VC, Assassin’s Creed Collection, TMNT: Danger Of The Ooze, Freedom Wars, WWE 2K15, NBA Live 15

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back game-boys and game-girls, it’s time to find out what you’ll be dropping your hard earned cash on this week for those home computer math machines. This week we have a clear frontrunner for the top spot, and a console exclusive to boot!  Otherwise  the theme this time around is mainly kid friendly franchises. Turtles, wrestlers, […]