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Gran Turismo 5 Update 2.02 available now
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Polyphony Digital continues to work diligently on tweaking Gran Turismo 5, and have just released a shiny new update for PlayStation’s flagship racer. Quite a bit has been changed since the last update, and the fine folks over at GT … Continue reading

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PS Vita, stripped down to its bare ass
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One of the best parts of any hardware launch is waiting for some crazy bastard to fly in the face of the manufacturer’s warranty and tear down their shiny new machine to give everyone a peek at what’s inside. Naturally, … Continue reading

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Vita hit with early software issues, Sony issues firmware update

Hardware launches are tricky endeavors, and the PS Vita doesn’t seem to buck that trend. Just a couple of days after launch, several videos have popped up on YouTube demonstrating unresponsive touchscreens and outright system freezes, and sometimes both. Take … Continue reading

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321,000 PS Vitas sold in first weekend
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It seems that the PlayStation Vita is coming out strong, moving an impressive 321,000 units in its first weekend of availability in Japan. In comparison, the PSP sold just 160,000 units during its debut, something Sony should be proud of. … Continue reading

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2011 Game of the Year Awards: The People’s Choice — Vote Now!
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Last year, we at PlayStation University didn’t have an editorial Game of the Year article. Instead of beating our readers over the head with yet another set of awards, we turned to them to tell us what they thought was … Continue reading

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PSP games can make use of both Vita analog sticks

Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata recently confirmed that the PSP title will implement functionality for both of the Vita’s analog sticks when being played on the new portable. At a recent event, Tabata said that additional camera controls will … Continue reading

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Plants vs. Zombies coming to PS Vita

If you can run software on it, there’s a great chance that Plants vs. Zombies is amongst its game library. Keeping that trend alive, it’s been confirmed via Sony’s official @PlayStation Twitter account that the adorable tower defense game will … Continue reading

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Fumito Ueda no longer a Sony employee

After several rumors floating around concerning Team Ico head Fumito Ueda’s employment status with Sony, the company finally confirmed to Gamasutra that he is no longer under their employ. While Ueda is no longer a Sony employee, he will still … Continue reading

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Naughty Dog: The Last of Us is “not a zombie game”

First impressions based on the first trailer for Naughty Dog’s secret project The Last of Us were overwhelmingly positive; it seems that we’re finally getting the story-driven zombie survival game that we’ve been promised so many times before. As it … Continue reading

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The 2011 Spike Video Game Awards: A Retro Diary
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The Spike Video Game Awards were this past Saturday, which in internet time is an eternity. There‚Äôs no better proof of this than the seemingly dozens of reactionary editorials posted all over the web, most of them blasting the show. … Continue reading

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