Here we take a look at what games will be gracing both European and North American shores this November for the PlayStation Vita.
The PS Vita and PS4 share a lot of games and they’re about to share one more: RESOGUN. Yes, the voxel-filled PS4 exclusive is making the jump to the PS Vita.
James Hawkins who is part of Sony’s XDEV team revealed on the PlayStation Blog that the Vita version is “coming and is looking, sounding and most importantly, playing great.”
For the time being, no other information regarding the port has been revealed.
When we hear more about the PS Vita version, we’ll let you know. In the mean time, what other PS4 games would you like to see make the jump to the PS Vita? Let us know in the comments below.
I must admit, going into Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus I was both hopeful and a bit wary of what I could find. While the title was an extension of the enjoyable anime/manga series (IMO anyways), it was also a fanservice-heavy import title; which could either mean it was going to be awesome, or a bloody mess (and not in the good way). Thankfully, only a few minutes into the title I realized this was going to be a fun one to review – and man, was it ever.
Yes! That day has arrived! I’ve got my hands on Freedom Wars and I chat a bit about it for you guys and gals. Kyle is finished with Senran Kagura, and of course he’ll talk about that too. As always we talk about the new releases, news, and listener mail from the week.
While it has been available in North America for quite some time, there is a new glimmer of hope that the game will be heading to Europe in the next few months, maybe even this year.
Spike Chunsoft’s upcoming action/adventure title for the PlayStation Vita given a Japanese release date.