Antiques possess a magnetic quality, an appeal to our imaginations, a false nostalgia for a time most of us are too young to remember. There's a comforting allure to these relics. They offer a window into the past, a living h...
[Sup Holmes is a weekly talk show for people that make great videogames. It airs live every Sunday at 4pm EST on Youtube, and can be found in Podcast form on Libsyn and iTunes.]
With the year winding down, videogame news has dribbled to a crawl. I've you've never listened to the show before, then it may be the perfect time to take the Sup Holmes plunge.
We've got a rerun here with Mike Mika, creator of #IDARB (I Drew a Red Box) that's pretty amazing. Mike's worked on over 100 games over the years,causing him to cross paths with Jimmy Fallon, Adam Sandler (almost) John Lithgow, and a host of other unexpected celebrities. Having worked on everything from Street Fighter to Alice In Wonderland, Mike has insider experience on what it's like to collaborate with Nintendo, Disney, Capcom, and many other huge names in the industry.
Surprisingly enough, it was the creation of a Donkey Kong hack for his daughter that put him in the mainstream spotlight. That experience inspired him to create #IDARB, which led to partnering with Microsoft to create the first home console game with built in Twitter and Twitch integration. What people say on Twitter or Twitch can actually affect your game. It's pretty bonkers.
A PSP game is coming out in 2015. What a world we live in!
Brandish: The Dark Revenant is targeting an early January launch on PlayStation Network across North America, XSEED Games announced today, promising a specific d...
[Update: Argh! Sorry to everyone who was confused seeing that the video was "private". That's because the live show ended on 12/21/2014 at 5:30pm EST. The rerun should be up this weekend. Here's a trailer for Desert Ashes in the meantime.]
We'll be talking to Luc about his highs, lows, our games of the year, ambitions for Playstation TV,and whatever else comes up along the way. Join us at 4pm EST and maybe something good will happen to you.
[Update: Contest over! Winner is Dandiest Guy I Know! We will be sending Steam codes to runners-up ASAP.]
We've partnered with our good friend Luc Bernard to give away a brand new PlayStation TV to one lucky Dtoider! Luc has some awesome games debuting on PS TV soon, and he wants YOU to be able to play them!
Features online multiplayer and single player campaigns
Out now on Steam, and coming to Vita and PS TV at the end of the year
Check out the gallery below for some screens of Death Tales. Now, for a chance to win, you need to create a piece of original art inspired by Luc Bernard (can be a picture, poetry, song, etc.) and post it in the comments below. No topic is off the table! The winner will be chosen at random, and 50 runners-up will receive a code for Luc's latest game on Steam. Those are amazing odds!
PlayStation TV launches today in PAL territories.
Something of a Swiss Army Knife, the microconsole allows users to play most Vita games, PSP titles, and PS One Classics. It also supports the PlayStation Now streaming servic...
Ever since it came out in Japan earlier this year, Freedom Wars has been high on my list of anticipated releases. Being from the illustrious SCE Japan Studio, the game found success overseas as one of the Vita's answers to a lack of the market-leading Monster Hunter franchise, which jumped platforms with the advent of the Nintendo 3DS.
As a hunting game, Freedom Wars certainly stays true to the heart of the genre, but differentiates itself enough to claim its own spot among the giants.
Vita game Tales of Hearts R works with PS TV, says Bandai Namco. This means you can enjoy the portable title on your larger TV screen.
Duh, you say? PS TV has what are basically the Vita's innards, and it is compatible ...
When PlayStation TV was first announced for Japan, I was fond of the device, at least conceptually, as someone who still doesn't own a PS Vita (sorry, Steven).
But I haven't given the microconsole much thought since then -- i...
The PlayStation Now open beta is extending its reach to PlayStation TV and Vita next week, Sony announced as part of an exhaustive FAQ for its new microconsole.
The service will be available starting October 14, the same...
PlayStation TV launches across North America starting October 14, Sony announced today.
The new set-top box plays a selection of Vita games, PSP titles, PS One Classics, PS3 games via PlayStation Now, and can stream PS4 content via Remote Play.
PS TV will be available standalone for $100 or as part of a $140 bundle, including an 8GB memory card, The LEGO Movie Videogame and a DualShock 3 controller. It comes with 1GB of built-in storage out of the box, meaning that while a pricey memory card isn't necessarily required, folks won't be able to get too far without one.
The device will launch in Europe one month later, crossing the pond on November 14. There, the device will retail for £85/€100 and include a voucher for three digital Vita games: Worms Revolution Extreme, Velocity Ultra and OlliOlli.
While the PS TV will support nearly 700 titles available at launch, it doesn't play everything. You can check out the full list of compatible Vita games right here.
Ah, it's a beautiful, brand-new week fresh off the craziness of E3. We've had time to let all the sweet announcements settle in, one of which being that the PlayStation TV is finally making its way to the West. No, not that P...
I went to snap images of the new PS4, PS TV, and all of the new controllers and accessories, but the floors was crowded and dark (and stinky), and the goods were behind an ultra-reflective glass case.
Frustrated, I came...
The thinner, lighter PlayStation Vita Slim may finally leave Japan if an invitation for a briefing happening Thursday morning is any indication. "Following the biggest launch in PlayStation history, join us for an introductio...
Kirby: Triple Deluxe is looking great. There is still no word on a release date outside of Japan, but in its first week of Japanese availability it has already sold 214,208 copies.
That's more four times as much as the number...