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First Sixty Minutes Of Monster Hunter 4 in 1080p

NiNTENDOMiNATi0N has uploaded 60 minute of the new Monster Hunter 4 game from Capcom. The game is a Nintendo 3DS/2DS exclusive title so you’ll only be able to play it on … Continue reading

09/14/2013 · Leave a comment

Sony: Reveals PS Vita TV; Lets You Play Vita Games On TV

Sony has revealed a new gaming hardware called the PS Vita TV which allows you play your Vita games on your television. According to IGN, the PS Vita TV is … Continue reading

09/09/2013 · 1 Comment

Sony: Gran Turismo 6 For PS Vita Would Be Hard To Do

Sony’s President of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, spoke with IGN about the possibility of having a GT6 version for Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation Vita. “The PS Vita is a very powerful … Continue reading

08/25/2013 · 1 Comment

Akuma Is Too Extreme Street Fighter X Tekken

This video is so bad ass that no words express its raw power and artistic flair then anything we could possible write. Just take a look at these photos and … Continue reading

08/21/2013 · Leave a comment

Sony confirms Zipper Interactive closure

The Settle based studio has confirmed that Zipper Studios closure. Sony representatives sent Game Informer the following statement: Sony Computer Entertainment can confirm the closure of Zipper Interactive, a Seattle-based … Continue reading

03/31/2012 · Leave a comment

Welcome to PlayStation Vita

Its slick, beautiful and holds so much promise for the future of entertainment while “proving new ways to play” and engage players like never before. This device is packed with features … Continue reading

02/12/2012 · Leave a comment

Sony says no UMD Passport Program for North America

Tears and anger fill Sony fans across America as Sony released a statement that their UMD Passport won’t be coming to North America. The UMD Passport Program would of allowed people who … Continue reading

02/08/2012 · Leave a comment