Amazon, the well known online retailer now also sells digital products from the PSN Store. In other words the Amazon PlayStation Network Store is here and adds some nice discounts and customer loyalty programs to the mix. Read the rest of this entry »
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During the PS3 era gamers worldwide were introduced to Zen Studios‘ pinball games. This developer managed to serve fans pinball versions of some of the world’s most beloved franchises in pop culture. Franchises Star Wars, Avengers, X-men, Spiderman ect. If you have played a pinball game on either PS3 or PS Vita chances are good you played one of Zen Studios‘ games. Read the rest of this entry »
My friend Jd8531 just wrote an article, that the new Firmware 3.00 will be released very soon, and there it is.
The PS Vita Firmware 3.00 is now LIVE (In the USA and Europe atleast), and adds a bunch of new functions and stuff. Let’s take a look at it.
During the E3 2013 press conference PlayStation’s Jack Trenton assured PS Vita owners of the continued supported for the portable console. Many people believe that key to the Vita platform becoming a huge success, is the systems ability to deliver on exclusive content. With OlliOlli, indie developer Roll7 brings the PS Vita crowd an exclusive game which seems to be equal parts fun and addicting. Read the rest of this entry »
Kingdom Hearts fans rejoice, during Disney’s D23 Expo Japan, Tetsuya Nomura announced Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD. The game is to be released globally in 2014 on the PlayStation 3 (and probably PlayStation Network). Read the rest of this entry »
Just yesterday The Z published an article in which he talked about what we can expect from the next PS Vita firmware update. For many readers this functionality means getting one step closer to the release of Total_Noob’s kexploit. Sony promised that the next firmware update for PS Vita will bring the “PS4 Link app”, but handheld owners everywhere are in the dark when this update will take place. Read the rest of this entry »
Sony have once again amused me. Initially, when the PlayStation Mobile thing came into being it was free for people to become developers, then they saw that they could make even more money out of it, and began to charge somewhere in the region of £70-90 annually (these are rough figures based on memory), and now, they’re stating that it’s possible to get it free again, but for a limited period, as we’ve mentioned a few weeks ago.
I personally think that everyone should sign up for this; even if you’ve no programming knowledge whatsoever. Why you may ask? Well, it opens up a lot for you. People can and have utilize this to make various applications that can aide the user.
In my previous article on Charles Proxy many people have been stating that Fiddler 2 is free, and asking for guides regarding that. As I have had time to look into Fiddler, I thought I’d write a quick tutorial for those who wish to use this as an alternative to Charles.
Since the latest firmware is now out, that seemingly leaves us without PSN or any form of Online gaming which does take some of the fun out of the Vita, and with all the Sales and free games coming from Sony at the moment it’s horrible that if you wish to keep your exploit then you have to update, right? Wrong. There is a simple way around this by using a Proxy server.
You may recall a little known game called PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale which first showed it’s face in numerous leaks across the internet and at this year’s E3. Well, if you do, then good, and if you don’t just think about Super Smash Brothers on your Vita or PS3 and you’ll have the basic idea behind the upcoming first party fighter.