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Not all PS Vita developers have been warned of the store's closure ...

Let's go back to talking about PlayStation and the closure of the digital stores of PS3, PSP and PS Vita. The latter platform is the protagonist of a small communication problem between Sony and the few independent developers ...
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Killzone: Mercenary - PSVita title servers closed

Released in 2013, prior to Killzone: Shadow Fall, Killzone: Mercenary was one of the most popular titles on PSVita, Sony's ill-fated handheld. Thanks to its online competitive mode, players have managed to ...
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Sony is preparing to finally complete the production of Playstation Vita

Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed through its official Japanese website that the PlayStation Vita handheld console will finish its production in Japan shortly. On the page concerning the Black and Aqua Blue variants ...
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PlayStation Vita, production ends permanently

When the PlayStation Vita was launched in the 2012 it seemed that Sony had hit the mark. The console was ready to challenge Nintendo in the market of portable consoles with an OLED screen and graphics ...
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Sony stops the production of physical games for Vita

Sony has decided to stop producing physical copies of the PlayStation Vita games. Although Sony has said that digital distribution will continue, this move ends the physical distribution of the console. THE...

Apex Legends once again beats its player record

Online multiplayer titles usually tend to progressively lose some of their playerbase over time. This, apart from a few rare exceptions, is ...

LEGO, the Metroid Gunship set is coming?

After the LEGO sets dedicated to Super Mario, is it the turn of the blonde Nintendo heroine? Here is the prototype of the Gunship. The combination of Nintendo / LEGO seems to work ...

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