Category: Vita

Fair warning: there are things about this game that even we don’t understand. But that’s not to say that the anime giants at BANDAI NAMCO haven’t crafted what looks to be a very exciting development in VRMMORPG. Created on the game’s original servers, Sword Art: Hollow Realization thrusts players back into the world of Sword…

With the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens premiering tonight, many fans are exciting for one of the most popular sci-fi movies to finally be coming back on the big screen. In honor of the first of many Star Wars movies to becoming in the near future, here are our top 10 best…

  The video game industry has been around as early as the 1970’s, with mainstream popularity first beginning during the Golden Age of the Arcade in the early 80’s. The industry has gone through a lot of changes throughout the decades, but is still proving more popular than ever with the advent of mobile gaming.…

The Playstation Vita has had a rocky history since its release in 2012 in America. The system, while boasting strong graphics, a second analogue stick and better quality games, has never really caught on in America. To be fair, Sony hasn’t really supported the system as well as Nintendo has supported it’s 3DS system. It…

There are certain games throughout the history of the industry that are always remembered and praised. Even current games, such as the recently released Witcher III and Uncharted 2, are called some of the greatest of all time that will be replayable for years to come. If rumors turn out to be true, two of…

February is right around the corner! And with that comes free games for the PS4, PS3, & PSVita! The games announced were as follows: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ti9fuwzDtI[/youtube] Transistor (PS4) From the creators of Bastion, Transistor is a sci-fi themed action RPG that invites you to wield an extraordinary weapon of unknown origin as you fight through a…

Ubisoft announced on Tuesday that Child of Light will make its way to the PlayStation Vita on July 1 in North America and July 2 in Europe, for $14.99 and £11.99, respectively. The Vita version of the 2D platform role-playing game developed by Ubisoft Montreal will also see a physical release. The “Complete Edition” will…

The first-person survival horror game Cult County, developed by Renegade Kid (Dementium, Moon) is no longer headed to Nintendo 3DS. Originally announced as a 3DS exclusive, Cult County is now targeting a release on PC, Wii U, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and Vita. Renegade Kid is running a Kickstarter campaign to get the title funded.…