92w ago - Sony Network Entertainment VP Eric Lempel has shared a video walkthrough today on Music Unlimited, which is now available for PS Vita beginning today.
To quote: We're excited to bring you some great ways keep you entertained with music and video anytime and anywhere on PS Vita. Check out our new video walkthrough to see how it all works.
First off, with a global library of more than 15 million songs, the Music Unlimited service is now available on PS Vita. The PS Vita application, which is now available, comes with some added features that take advantage of the PS Vita's unique capabilities, enhancing the experience and making it one of the best versions of the service available.
With the Music Unlimited service on PS Vita, you can use the touch screen for easy browsing, navigation and search. You can even manage your playlists on-the-go, adding tracks from our global library of millions of songs, with automatic synching of all of your playlists and preferences across the growing list of supported devices.
One of the most exciting features that Music Unlimited brings to PS Vita is the ability to download and store songs for offline play. Completely new to the Music Unlimited service, you can download songs from our channels, library or from your playlists, and as long as...
100w ago - SCEA Director of Development Seth Luisi has made available a Covert Mission Walkthrough video today for Unit 13, which will be infiltrating the PlayStation Vita handheld on March 6, 2012.
To quote: We are at CES this week showing off the latest, near-final build of Unit 13 and we have something special in store for the community.
First, in case you missed the announcement from the PS Vita CES keynote yesterday afternoon, Unit 13 is scheduled for release on Tuesday, March 6th. We are quite excited to bring this new title to PS Vita.
Thanks to the excellent dual analogs sticks on the Vita, Unit 13 represents the first full shooter experience on a portable gaming device.
We also have, as another exclusive, the first view of the North American box front!
But what I am really here for is to provide an exclusive video walkthrough of a new level and game type in Unit 13. This is the first detailed video walkthrough of a Covert mission:
For those not keeping up on Unit 13, there are four different mission types. Direct Action missions are larger, multiple objective missions that reward tactical play.
Deadline missions are medium-sized missions where players have to...
115w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a RetroGrade video walkthrough on PlayStation 3 today with details below.
To quote: We've featured Retro/Grade several times on the PlayStation.Blog over the past couple of years.
And so, we know a lot about it: it's a shooter, controlled with a guitar controller, in reverse. But before Fantastic Fest 2011, I had never seen someone actually play the thing. As a pretty experienced Rock Band-er, I thought I'd be able to jump in and kick some ass, but the reality is, my gaming brain had never been taxed in quite this way.
So we set up a camera for 24 Caret Games' Matt Gilgenbach, clad in a hard hat, to show you how the game actually plays. He actually beats the game in the first 30 seconds, but that's not an accident...
While at Fantastic Fest, Destructoid called it "a blast in the pants." I agree (I think). Retro/Grade will be coming exclusively to PSN in 2012. Hold on to those plastic guitars.
164w ago - Sony's Product Software Marketing Manager Cristian Cardona has shared a PlayStation Move developer walkthrough video today spotlighting PS3 title Heroes on the Move.
To quote: The title "Heroes on the Move" has always been a working title for our upcoming Spring 2011 PlayStation Move crossover game.
When we debuted the game at E3 this summer, the game was still in its infancy and we couldn't wait to show you a sneak peek.
Since then, we've been unveiling bits and pieces of the game at Gamescom, PAX Prime, Tokyo Game Show, and most recently at New York Comic Con where we unveiled the title's new official name, PlayStation Move Heroes.
Same great cast of characters, same great PlayStation Move action, just a new official name.
Our developers, Nihilistic Software, also joined us at our NY Comic Con event to demo some of the new gameplay we've been working on.
Check out the video above as Robert Huebner, Studio Director for Nihilistic Software, and Andrew Woodworth, Producer for SCEA, play through a new mission and discuss how they're leveraging the accuracy and precision of the PlayStation Move to develop PlayStation Move Heroes.