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8:00 AM on 08.21.2012

Two 1980s SNK classics hit PSN: Chopper I, The Next Space

SNK adds two more of their Arcade Classics to the PlayStation Network today: Chopper I and The Next Space.  I've never heard of either, but I love that there's a game called The Next Space. These both come from the golde...

Dale North


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1:30 PM on 07.24.2012

SNK releases 2 arcade classics: Gang Wars, Time Soldiers

This week, two more pre-Neo Geo era arcade classics will come to the PSP and PS3 from SNK. Both Gang Wars and Time Soldiers will be released on the PlayStation Store as Minis, straight from the 1980s to your fancy little fut...

Dale North



Review: Velocity photo
Review: Velocity
by Allistair Pinsof

We often demand to see something new, yet when we do see something new, we become scared. Original concepts and mechanics have a tendency to make our brains hurt. Velocity made my brain hurt, and not just a little, either.

Though I enjoyed the frequently masochistic pleasure of playing this brave little PS Mini, I wonder if there will be others who will join me in celebrating FuturLab's crafty, maddening space shooter. Despite its shortcomings, Velocity's strengths make it one of the most bafflingly original games I've played this year.

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4:30 PM on 05.16.2012

PlayStation Vita gets access to more PSP games and minis

Sony is slowly but surely filling out the roster of PlayStation Portable games and minis that are available on the PlayStation Vita Store. This new batch, which is out right now, isn't the most glamorous, but they can't all b...

Jordan Devore

3:00 PM on 03.20.2012

SAR - Search and Rescue on the way to the PSN

As part of SNK's new "Arcade Classics" program, old dog SAR - Search and Rescue is on it's way to the Playstation Network. Evidently, back in the day, SNK wasn't sure that people would know what SAR meant, so they included th...

Chris Carter



Review: Marbians photo
Review: Marbians
by Victoria Medina

Physics-based puzzle games have become more popular recently, thanks in no small part to the growing popularity of mobile gaming. While many of those games are clever, entertaining, and a grand way to kill time, they don't always translate well to consoles. Marbians attempts to make that jump, moving from the Android, iOS, and Mac platforms to the PlayStation Network as a Mini.

As of my writing this, Marbians is only available for European PSN users. While a US release has been promised for later this fall, there is no specific date.

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5:00 PM on 08.03.2011

Review: Awesome Summer Minis Bundle

If Steam sales and iPhone apps have shown us anything in the past few years, it's that gamers are cheap, and many will buy games for pocket change without hesitation.  Enter Frima Studio, a Canadian developer that has be...

Darren Nakamura

1:00 PM on 08.03.2011

Walking Dead-inspired OMG-Z hits PSP Minis

Developer Laughing Jackal is apparently really into zombies and explosions, judging by its new PSP Mini title, OMG-Z. And who isn't, really? The premise of OMG-Z is simple: zombies have infested the world, and it's your job ...

Nick Chester

7:00 PM on 07.31.2011

Sony is going above and beyond to help out indies

Sony has expressed a strong desire to improve its digital output going forward, but I still hold doubts about how seriously they are taking the mobile market. However, if this latest news is to be believed, not only is Sony t...

Tony Ponce



PlayStation Store is back with a stampede of updates photo
PlayStation Store is back with a stampede of updates
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

Good news: The PlayStation Store is back online in North America! Bad news: There's so much new content that was put out all at once that it's simply overwhelming. Not saying it's bad news for the consumer, but it's just a shame that all these games are basically trampling over each other for proper exposure.

While the Store is back, there might be some spotty issues while the service is fully restored. Destructoid editor Conrad Zimmerman can access only some of the Store content at the moment. You should also know that the Welcome Back freebies aren't online just yet. Grace Chen on the PlayStation Blog states that the free games are "in the final stages of testing and will be available to download soon."

The PlayStation Blog has the full list of new PlayStation Plus content; price changes; new downloadable games for the PS3, PSP and PSP minis; demos; PSone Classics; add-ons; like, a hundred Rock Band songs; music; avatars; and themes. All the games you can fully purchase are listed below so you don't have to sift through it all.

PlayStation Store is Available and Updated Now [PlayStation Blog]

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1:20 PM on 03.17.2011

Gamocracy: Swedish developer wants to make your game

Sure, the Trollhättan, Sweden-based development team The Bearded Ladies Consulting is a small team. Founded a mere two years ago, at least two members weren't even making games at the time -- one was a liquor store sales...

Nick Chester





3:20 PM on 01.31.2011

Yes, please! Pac-Man CE arrives on PSP Minis tomorrow

While Pac-Man Championship Edition and its new DX follow-up are largely about competing for the top score among friends, I will gladly go for a portable version. Many of you will too. Tomorrow, Pac-Man CE is releasing on Play...

Jordan Devore



Review: A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! photo
Review: A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks!
by Destin Legarie

Simplicity.  Sometimes a simplistic concept can be an amazing one.  Take this game for example.  A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! takes the shoot 'em up genre and doesn't try to clone geometry wars, doesn't try to make a next-gen Galaga, and doesn't try to innovate the genre with some fancy new gimmick.  It just took everything you would expect a shooter to be and put it into one pretty little package.  A $2 package that's worth every penny.

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2:00 PM on 01.12.2011

MiniSquadron flying to PlayStation Store next month

iPhone games continue to find their way on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, as Grip Games and Supermono Studios have announced that it's releasing MiniSquadron as a Minis title in February. MiniSquadron has players...

Nick Chester

6:00 PM on 12.10.2010

A Space Shooter For Two Bucks! is what you'd expect

Frima Studios, the developer behind the decent PSP Mini title Young Thor has announced its new game, A Space Shooter For Two Bucks!. It's exactly what it sounds like, a game where you pilot a ship in outer space, shooting thi...

Nick Chester



Review: Who's That Flying? photo
Review: Who's That Flying?
by Maurice Tan

UK indies Mediatonic sure are a busy bunch. Not only did they release a ton of browser games for the likes of Adult Swim and SEGA, as well as mobile games, but their previous PSP Minis title Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess was pretty well received earlier this year. And that one even made Xbox Live Indie Games for a cheaper price in August! Talk about having a diversified strategy, eh?

Their new game Who's That Flying?! is a PSP Minis shoot 'em up with tower defense elements that is up for download today! But how well does Mediatonic handle the shoot 'em up genre? And what the hell does "tower defense elements" mean anyway?

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