In some news that personally has me very interested, Chunsoft has announced that they are working on a new visual novel titled Extreme Escape Adventure: Good People Die for both PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS. While it’s exciting to see both major portables receiving the game, what’s really exciting to me is knowing that this game is coming from the same team that brought us 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, which was one of the my favorite games of last year. Better yet – it seems the new game has some direct ties to 999, as you can see in the trailer posted above. It appears that the game is similar to 999 in that players
There’s a rumor making the rounds that Disgaea 3 may make its way to the PSV. The original claim comes from a list of newly announced games in a Japanese Yahoo article. The article made the claim listed below, but it later removed the listing. Is Sony trying to keep developers quiet until Gamescom or maybe Tokyo Game Show?
本体と同時発売 魔界戦記ディスガイア3 Return 新規
Would you like to see this PlayStation 3 game on the Vita?
- Capcom is publishing at least four PlayStation Vita titles including a launch title
- Sega is creating a new action adventure game for the PlayStation Vita
- Sony is just as focused on PlayStation Vita as they are on PlayStation 3
- The PlayStation
The hacking group Lulz Security has claimed to have hacked Nintendo’s website. The group posted evidence of this attack on Twitter today which shows (through tech stuff I don’t understand) that they have found their way around Nintendo’s security. Nothing so far has been stolen, and personal information hasn’t been stolen, but it’s a reminder that Sony is not the only company that has the potential to be hacked.
Nintendo doesn’t have an online system like PlayStation Network where users are required to register using a password. However, Nintendo uses Club Nintendo to allow users to register products. This service requires an email and password, so that information could potentially be exposed. Nintendo doesn’t store credit card information (you have
Rumors are starting to circulate that the final name for Sony’s next handheld is PS Vita. This rumor comes from Games Pundit who says they heard this from a source. I’ve never heard o the site before, and it looks to be a pretty small site, but the author assures us that he isn’t doing this for hits and that he did he hear this for a source and its not made up.
Personally, I think that’s a pretty stupid name. I suppose the acronym will be “PSV” which sounds alright, but I’m definitely not a fan of the “Vita”. “Vita” is Italian for “life”, so I suppose Sony is trying to pump some life into their handheld division with