Category Archives: PS Vita
It’s The Video Game Years 1985 Part 5 covering Oregon Trail, Gradius, F-15 Strike Eagle, and City Connection.
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Super Smash Bros for 3DS is the top game in the Tsutaya Charts for the past week. Fatal Frame 5 charted in at 8th, while Bayonetta 2 took the 12th spot. Trajectory II took the 2nd and 4th spots on PS Vita and PS3 respectively. See the full charts here. (Side note: Tsutaya charts do not include digital sales nor are they an absolute factor in determining which game sold more for the Media Create.)
Famitsu readers have been pulled for their most anticipated games. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Persona 5, Final Fantasy XV, and Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire lead. Get the full charts below.
This week’s Media Create top 50 sales charts show Super Smash Bros. Brawl almost re-entered the top 20 for Japanese sales, despite being released in 2008. Get the top 50 games below.
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This guy ShueTube is a major nerd like us……but he’s also a talented rapper. Check out this parody rap of Dragon Ball Z. If you click on his channel, he has other parody raps based on video games and anime.
This week’s Media Create sales charts are in. The Nintendo 3DS was the top device sold 43,592 units sold. Super Smash Bros for 3DS continued to put up big numbers, selling another 321,363 units. That totals 1.266,008 units in Japan alone for Super Smash Bros. With one day of sales tracking, Bayonetta 2 had a decent start, selling 38,828 units. The PS4 was the top home console sold, racking up 8,939 units. Get the full software and hardware charts below.
Toukiden Kiwami is the improved and expanded version of Toukiden on the PS Vita. Koei Tecmo has just confirmed that the monster slaying game will be launching on the PS Vita in 2015 in North America and Europe. More details on the game and release can be found on GamerSyndrome.
Phantasy Star Nova is Tri-Ace’s latest RPG for the PS Vita. There are currently no plans to release the game in the West at this point. But hopefully, Sega will localize this game.
Sony has announced the launch date for PlayStation TV in North America and Europe. American users can get their hands on the device on October 14th, while Europeans can get it on November 14th. PlayStation TV will be available for “$99.99 (£84.99 / €99.99 in Europe) as a standalone product. A bundle featuring a DualShock 3 controller, 8GB memory card, and The LEGO Movie Videogame will be sold for $139.99. Walmart intends to sell the bundle with a copy of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time for the same price.” You can check out a list of compatible PlayStation TV games here. Source: Gaming Everything
Ever heard of Strategy First? You’re almost certain to have heard of some of its shameful PC games … it’s had more than most!
Fresh episode tonight where we will be discussing the week’s news and other topics involving gaming.
Rise of Mana is a new PS Vita game in the fabled Mana franchise. Check out the first trailer from TGS 2014 below.
Famitsu readers have revealed their most anticipated titles for the past week. Check out the full list below.