Video: Sony Outlines Mastering Mortal Kombat for PS Vita

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100w ago - Sony Producer Hector Sanchez is here with a video below that outlines the techniques used in the mastering of Mastering Mortal Kombat for PS Vita!

To quote: Mortal Kombat for PS Vita has come out of the gate strong after shipping on May 1st.

In just two weeks, players have clashed in hundreds of thousands of online matches across the world. With the PS Vita system players can access a complete Mortal Kombat experience on the go, whether you're on the bus, in the library, or hanging out with friends.

There are quite a few unique features with this Vita version of Mortal Kombat. While preserving the core gameplay elements, we've implemented a ton of new functionalities, such as touchscreen Fatalities and X-Rays, as well as an all-new Challenge Tower II that takes advantage of the diversity of features that the PS Vita system provides.

One question that we continue to see on our official @MK_MortalKombat Twitter is: "Netherrealm, I can't beat Mission XXX in the new Challenge Tower!

Can you help?" Why, yes we can! To answer, we decided to put together some Tips and Tricks videos to outline strategies for some of the more difficult missions within the Challenge Tower II (it's not called Easy Tower!).



 

Sony Outlines Journey PS3 Early Access and Pre-Order Program

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111w ago - For those who are not PlayStation Plus subscribers, today Associate Product Marketing Manager Brian Dunn has outlined how you can still obtain Journey early access alongside pre-order program details below.

To quote: If you have been following Journey, then you're probably as excited as I am about its release next week on March 13, as the first game in our Spring Fever event this year.

The reviews so far have been fantastic, and I can't wait to get online and experience the game online with other Journey fans.

If you caught Friday's update from Kellee, the last line of her post about big news coming Monday probably had you wondering what sort of news might be coming.

Well, earlier this morning I'm sure you saw this month's PS Plus blog post revealing that Journey will be available this week for all PS Plus members, one week ahead of the normal release date. What's more, this early access purchase comes with a bonus, an exclusive PS3 dynamic theme featuring some concept art from the game.

And if you're not a Plus member, we are also launching a special pre-order program as well. You'll be able to put your money down for the game and get hold...
 

Sony Outlines How to Download PSP Titles to PS Vita

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114w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has outlined how to download PSP titles to PS Vita today for those curious, with details below as follows:

PS Vita will begin making its way into gamers' hands in just a few short days! Day one Vita owners will have many, many games to choose from, with 25 titles announced for launch on February 22nd.

Actually, make that 26 €" Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus is now a confirmed launch title as well.

If you're being thorough, however, that number is off by a bit€ like by 90%. Hundreds of classic PSP titles and minis will also be available to play on PS Vita on day one via the PlayStation Store. Even better, if you've already downloaded a compatible PSP title, you can download it directly onto your PS Vita at no extra cost (please note that some limitations do apply).

There are a couple of ways to get these PSP games onto your PS Vita:

Purchase PSP games from PS Vita's PlayStation Store and download via WiFi directly to your system. If you've already purchased a game via PSN from the list below, you can redownload it from the Download List.

If you've already got one of these games sitting on your PS3 XMB (or have purchased from the PS3's PlayStation Store), you can connect your PS Vita to the PS3 via the included...
 

Sony Outlines PSN's Fall Sale - Get 30 to 50 Percent Off Titles

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126w ago - Today Sony Network Entertainment Digital Distribution Manager Ro Hernandez has outlined their Fall sale, which includes 30 to 50 percent off select PSN titles!

To quote: What better way to prepare for the start of the holiday shopping season than with the PlayStation Store's annual Fall Sale? Starting tomorrow, you can feed your hunger for great games with discounts on exciting PS3 titles such as Limbo and Gatling Gears.

For one week only, you can catch up on some of the great titles you may have missed during the past year at a 30% discount. PlayStation Plus subscribers will get a special 50% off the regular price.

There's never been a better time to login to PlayStation Network and download Limbo, a game PlayStation: The Official Magazine is calling "one of the most impressive titles that PSN has to offer...an experience that no gamer should pass up."

Or maybe Might & Magic Clash of Heroes is more your speed. Take it from IGN, who said "this is a game to get lost in, providing hours and hours of single-player and multiplayer fun."

Check out the full list of PS3 games and add-ons that are part of this year's PSN Fall Sale:

€Limbo (Sale price: $10.49; PS Plus price: $7.34; Regular price: $14.99)
€Might & Magic Clash Of Heroes (Sale...
 

Sony Outlines Wipeout 2048 PS Vita Q&A: Speed Thrills Details

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128w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has outlined a Wipeout 2048 PS Vita Q&A today which includes Speed Thrills details below, as follows:

If there's any game series that's synonymous with PlayStation, it's Wipeout. This fast-paced combat racer has appeared on every single PlayStation console, and now it's preparing to make the jump to PS Vita with Wipeout 2048.

We recently interviewed producer Michael Pulst, who gave us a tour of the new control options (front and rear touchscreen as well as motion controls), gameplay refinements, and multiplayer support between PS Vita and PS3. Read on for highlights from our interview.

PlayStation.Blog: What are longtime fans likely to notice first about Wipeout 2048 on PS Vita?

Michael Pulst, Assistant Producer: We've made the tracks a little bit wider. Wipeout has always been known for its intense, hardcore racing; in the past games, you were not only fighting the other players but you're also fighting the track. It was so hardcore that it actually turned some people off. It was a barrier to entry, and the team recognized this. By making the tracks a bit wider, you're able to concentrate more on the race and fighting off the other players.

But because Studio Liverpool has been making Wipeout...
 











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