Although the Tokyo Game Show may not get underway until Thursday, September 19th Sony Japan preceded it with a rather revealing PlayStation conference.
Alongside confirmation of a February 22nd, 2014 PlayStation 4 Japanese launch date (a whole 3 months after us Brits will see it), Sony also built upon their recent Gamescom showing to further push the PlayStation Vita as an appealing handheld for the masses, introducing a new refreshed model.
Can Sony tempt prospective buyers with a revised Vita console along with something that very few people expected – PlayStation Vita TV.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita is to receive a €50 price cut, by way of a rebate.
The temporary deal, which is only available in France, will run for six weeks from June 1 to July 15, allowing shoppers to buy the handheld at retail then claim back a €50 (£39) rebate.
Penis puns ahoy! It’s episode 7 of What Do Chris & Leo Think? from Gamebrit.com.
This week Colin gets the opinions from Chris and Leo about:
GAME’s EA problems
Facebook’s gaming explosion
The UK PlayStation Vita launch
All this, alongside our regular features:
60 second frenzy
Awesome moment of the week
WELCOME… to Season 2 of What Do Chris & Leo Think? This episodes features the opinions from Gamebrit’s very own Chris and Leo on this weeks trending topics, a 60 second frenzy of random stuff and their awesome moment of the week. Ask them your own questions on TWITTAR @WDCALT or over at Facebook.
Despite the PlayStation Vita’s recommended retail price of £229.99 for the WiFi model and £279.99 for the 3G & WiFi model, retailers are already slashing the price ahead of its 22nd of February release date.
We scoured the internet to find the best deals and bundles on offer to save you a few extra pounds on launch day.
With the launch of the PlayStation Vita a mere month away for us Brits, the technology experts over at UBM TechInsights have delved under the hood of Sony’s latest handheld to uncover roughly how much the machine costs to produce.
This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, more commonly known as E3, saw Sony once again join Nintendo and Microsoft as the big players to whet people’s appetites for their upcoming wares. Although there was plenty on offer from the people behind the PlayStation brand, it was clear that the unveiling of their next portable console – PlayStation Vita – was due to dominate their presentation.