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With The Walking Dead: The Game premieres on PlayStation Vita next week by Telltale games.  

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The Walking Dead: Season Two, Episode 1 - ‘All That Remains’ and Episode 2 - ‘A House Divided’ will be available for download for PS Vita via PlayStation Store in North America on 22nd April, and in Europe on 23rd April. Each episode will be available for just US$4.99 or equivalent individually, or players can save 20% by purchasing the Season Pass, which includes access to Episodes 1 through 5 as they become available, including the upcoming Episode 3 – ‘In Harm’s Way.’ 

The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season, which includes all 5 episodes in Season One plus the ’400 Days’ DLC, is now available for Android-based devices via Google Play, NVIDIA Shield via TegraZone, and Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Kindle HDX via Amazon. The first episode in the series, ‘A New Day’, is currently available FREE on all of these platforms. 



Konami will soon unleash the ultimate horror double bill for PlayStation Vita with Silent Hill: Origins and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories set for release via the PlayStation Network service. A release date will be announced very soon from Konami.


Previously available for Sony’s PSP system, the two games are priced at just £7.99 each and offer a very different take on KONAMI’s legendary Silent Hill series.



Silent Hill: Origins acts as a prequel to the series and follows Travis Grady, a truck driver, as he enters the mist-shrouded town to dig up information on a girl he rescued from a fire.

Silent Hill: Origins uses the series’ famed third-person perspective to trail Travis as he explores the seemingly abandoned town, collecting items to help him in his search. As he ventures further into the town, however, memories of his childhood haunt him – and then the monsters come out…



Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is widely regarded as the most innovative addition to the series, and adapts its gameplay to the decisions the player makes. Effectively a remaining of the first Silent Hill, Shattered Memories retains the premise of the first game – Harry Mason’s search for his missing daughter – but has a plot that changes dependent on the use. The game is framed by a visit to a psychotherapist, wherein the user is asked questions – while the characters Harry meets in the game will also react differently depending on how they are approached, the questions they are asked, or how Harry interacts with them physically.


Silent Hill: Shattered Memories also removes all combat elements from the game, with players forced to flee when the town’s inhuman denizens give chase, adding a nightmarish quality to the game and the impression that danger lurks in ever dark corner.

Turtle Beach, today announced a new addition to its lineup of gaming headsets for the PS4. The Ear Force P12 amplified stereo gaming headset (UK SRP £44.99). The P12, which is specially-designed for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, provides high-quality digital game and chat audio through one simple USB connection. The P12 will be available at retail globally on 10th July 10.


To address differences in audio output between the PS4 and PS3 consoles, the P12 gaming headset provides louder amplified stereo sound and incorporates two features popular with gamers: Adjustable Bass Boost and Microphone Monitor. An inline amplifier provides easy access to volume control, Base Boost and microphone mute.  Large 50mm speakers deliver a full-range of high-quality audio, from crisp highs to thumping lows.

“Consumers associate the Turtle Beach brand with high-quality, feature-rich gaming headsets,” said Juergen Stark, Chief Executive Officer of Parametric Sound Corp. “With our market share gains at the end of 2013 and our strong line-up of products for 2014, I am confident our headset business is well-positioned for growth as the console transition accelerates.”


Warner Bros has worked with Transport for London to create a unique Northern Line journey for Bilbo Baggins and friends from The LEGO Hobbit videogame, which releases this Friday.

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Mordor via Bank : Bilbo Baggins and buddies take the specially rebranded Northern Line to celebrate the release of LEGO The Hobbit


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group has announced the launch of LEGO The Hobbit, available from 11th April in the UK for the Xbox One  and Xbox 360 , PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita, and the Nintendo 3DS, as well as Windows PC and Nintendo’s Wii U.


“The LEGO The Hobbit videogame gives LEGO and Middle-earth fans of all ages a fun, new way to experience the legendary adventures of Bilbo and Company as told in the first two films of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit Trilogy,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games.  “There is no better way for parents to share the beloved and classic tale told in The Hobbit films with their kids than with LEGO The Hobbit videogame, in which they can discover, explore, and build their way through Middle-earth together like never before.”


LEGO The Hobbit is based on the first two films of The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, productions of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM). Additional content based on the third film,  The Hobbit: There and Back Again, is planned to be available at a future release date.

LEGO The Hobbit will take players on epic quests and a variety of adventures as they explore key locations from the films, such as Lake-town, Dale, Erebor, Bag End, Goblin-town, Mirkwood, Rivendell and the treacherous High Pass over the Misty Mountains. Fans will also assume the roles of their favourite characters, including Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and the Dwarves of Erebor: Thorin, Fíli, Kíli, Óin, Glóin, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori and Ori, each possessing a unique and hilarious ability. One of the main new features of the game allows players to utilize the Dwarves’ combined abilities such as buddy fighting, two-player attack, staff climb, mace swing and belly bounce to help them fight Orcs and fouler things or to progress through the game.


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today are releasing Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition for digital download on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC.

Developed by Armature Studio, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition enhances the core pillars of the previously released handheld version of the game with high-definition visuals, an all-new map system, new enemy encounters, difficulty levels, and batsuits. Fans can begin downloading the game today on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Games Store, Nintendo eShop and STEAM.



The game is scheduled for release in Europe and other international territories beginning today 1st of April on PC and in the Xbox Live Games Store, with the 2nd of April on the PS3, and later in April on the Wii U.


Previously only available for PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS, and created as a companion game to Batman: Arkham Origins, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition features enhanced high-definition 2.5-D graphics and, 5.1 surround sound. Players will be able to guide their way through Blackgate prison with the new navigational system created for this version of the game. In addition, they can suit up with the exclusive Zero Year Batsuit skin which players can unlock by registering for a Warner Bros. ID (WBID) account.


Set three months after Batman: Arkham Origins, Batman is summoned to restore peace and order within the walls of Blackgate Prison. Players will explore the depths of the island penitentiary as Batman investigates and realizes that there is more to the henchman uprising than initially meets the eye.


Namco Bandai Games Europe has announced that a free DLC is available now for Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z for PlayStation VITA. This DLC will extend the audio support of the game with Japanese Voice-Over!


On top of this, players will be able to enjoy 2 additional characters! After getting a grasp of GOD GOKU’s terrific abilities, brawlers will be delighted to know that two characters with limitless powers are joining the fight! Previously released as a bonus for those who pre-ordered the game, NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe decided to release them as paid DLC in order to let all the gamers embody them and get deeper into the Dragon Ball Z universe!


Few more details about those fearless fighters:

  • SUPER SAIYAN BARDOCK: Thought to have been destroyed along with planet Vegeta, BARDOCK was sent back in time. During his fight against Chilled, he awakens into a Super Saiyan.
  • SUPER VEGITO: By using the Potara, GOKU and VEGETA fuses into VEGITO. In this Super Saiyan form, even MAJIN BUU, who absorbed many fighters’ powers, could not defeat him.

Each character will be available through DLCs on the Xbox Marketplace (25th March) & PlayStation Network (26th March).


Sports Interactive and SEGA Europe Ltd, has announced the release date for Football Manager Classic 2014 (FMC 2014) for PlayStation Vita has been set as Friday 11th April.

FMC 2014 for PS Vita is the first game in the series’ long and successful history to allow fans to carry on a single continuous game, whether they’re at home using their computer or out and about with their PlayStation Vita (or vice versa).English Match_1395842530

FMC 2014 for PS Vita has been co-developed by Sports Interactive, its sister development studio Hardlight (responsible for Sonic Dash and Sonic Jump) and Sheffield-based Little Stone Software.

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“For years, the dream of many Football Manager fans has been to be able to enjoy a full version of their favourite game wherever they are,” says Shahid Ahmad, Senior Business Development Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. “Sports Interactive and SEGA have realised that dream on the PS Vita, and we at PlayStation are delighted with their ground-breaking results.”

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Football Manager Classic started life as a ‘slimmed down’ game mode in Football Manager 2013, specifically designed as an alternative, less time-consuming way for players to approach the game. The release of FMC 2014 for PS Vita marks the first time that it’s been released as a standalone game.

“It’s great to finally be able to release FMC Vita. This game has been the most technically challenging that we’ve ever worked on – we’ve essentially fit a PC game that needs loads of memory, a mouse and a keyboard into Sony’s wonderful handheld with a touch screen and the help we’ve had from all of our partners has been wonderful,” says Miles Jacobson, Studio Director at Sports Interactive. “To be able to take your home computer save onto the road adds a huge amount to the Football Manager experience.”


Today Sony are releasing PlayStation Vita system software update version 3.10 with lots of new features.

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Sony announced that you will now be able to display over 100 applications on Home screen. The limit has been increased to 500 icons.

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  • Parental controls – restrict PS Store access by age
  • Calendar – sync Google Calendar, share events with friends via message or email
  • Music – search for content saved on a connected device
  • Video – sort content by size
  • Photo – Rotate Screen Automatically option added, Freeform added to Panoramic modes
  • Settings – option to adjust Daylight Saving automatically added


You will now be able to exchange voice messages. The PS4 has the same feature so you can exchange voice messages with your friends who are playing PS4.

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You can check and manage Memory Card usage with Manage Content on Memory Card.

See other updates below:

  • Music – You will now be able to search for content saved on a connected device such as a PC.
  • Video – You’ll be able to now sort content by size.
  • Photo
    • Rotate Screen Automatically has been added to Photos to control tilt sensor for rotation of images.
    • Freeform has been added to the Panoramic mode selection list.
  • Settings
    • Adjust Daylight Saving Automatically has been added.
    • 30 minutes has been added in Enter Standby Mode Automatically.

What do you think of the new updates to the PS Vita, please comment below.



Go, LEGO Ninjago, go!  Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group has today announced the second installment to the highly popular LEGO Ninjago franchise, LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids comes to the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita this summer. Developed by Hellbent Games in partnership with TT Games, the latest LEGO handheld game delivers a high-kicking action oriented gameplay experience based on the hit LEGO Ninjago TV show and play theme. 


“It’s been over two years since we introduced our first LEGO Ninjago game, and we are excited to bring the series back for our fans with LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “Young gamers will have loads of fun playing as their favorite Ninja, and we’re introducing new characters and new villains – it’s the ultimate Ninja action game for kids!”


LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids will feature 30 fast-paced, action-packed levels that follow the key plot scenarios featured in the “LEGO Ninjago Rebooted” animated series. In the game, the player must fight like a true Spinjitsu Master, using special moves and combo attacks or secret weapons like Technoblades to hack into computers to solve puzzles and defend the city.


LEGO  Ninjago: Nindroids players will face their greatest challenge as they work to protect New Ninjago City from the Overlord’s Nindroid army.  Infiltrate Borg Tower, fly the Kai Fighter and face off against the evil Tech Wu.


Take to the streets in Cole’s Earth Mech and Jay’s Thunder Raider, defend the skies in Zane’s Ninjacopter, escape Pythor on Lloyd’s Golden Cycle, and enter the Digiverse for an epic final battle. Story mode features additional favourite characters like Nya, Sensei Garmadon, Samurai X, and PIXAL.


Square Enix interactive entertainment products in Europe and PAL territories, announced today that FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita is now out.

Two of the most acclaimed FINAL FANTASY adventures of all time are back. Return to the world of Spira, the sport of Blitzball and fall in love with a cast of fan favourite characters including Tidus and Yuna, looking better than you’ve ever seen them before. The creators’ original vision is stunningly realised with today’s technology to deliver the definitive versions of these classic RPGs.


  • Two Classic RPGs now beautifully remastered – Experience two of the most successful entries in the legendary RPG series, now looking even better than you remembered them. 
  • International Editions of Both Games – The International version of FINAL FANTASY X-2 makes its way outside Japan for the first time ever, with a host of additional content not included in the original!
  • Updated Soundtrack – Over 60 tracks from the original FFX soundtrack are rearranged or remastered in HD audio!
  • Full Trophy Support – Full PlayStation 3 and PS Vita Trophy support is included, for each title.
  • Cross-Save Support – Continue playing the same game across each of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions, by saving your data to the PlayStation Network (this feature requires both versions of the game).

PlayStation Vita boxed version**:

  • Featuring both FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster
  • RRP: £29.99
  • Release Date: 21st March 2014

PlayStation Vita digital download version:

  • Featuring both FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster
  • RRP: £29.99
  • Release Date: 21st March 2014

Obtaining the content of FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster, requires online connection and download of the content over PlayStation Store, using the download token code contained inside the game packaging.

PlayStation 3 boxed versions:

  • Standard Edition
    • Featuring both FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster
    • RRP: £29.99
    • Release Date: 21st March 2014
    • Limited Edition
      • Featuring both FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster
      • Includes limited edition artwork book containing an elegant collection of concept art from the original FINAL FANTASY X and FINAL FANTASY X-2 development teams. The version of the artwork book to be issued via the European/PAL version of the PlayStation 3 Limited Edition, will be 48 pages in length.
      • RRP: £34.99
      • Release Date: 21st March 2014

PlayStation 3 digital download version:

  • Featuring both FINAL FANTASY X HD Remaster and FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster
  • RRP: £29.99
  • Release Date: 21st March 2014


The Walking Dead: Season Two, Episode 1 – ‘All That Remains’ and Episode 2 ‘A House Divided’ are now out on Xbox Games Store, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Network in North America and Europe, PC and Mac from the Telltale Online Store, and other digital outlets, including Steam, and on the App Store for compatible iOS devices.

The Walking Dead: Season Two will also be premiering on PlayStation Vita in the next few weeks.

Today a very special track arranged by long-time composer for Telltale Games, Jared Emerson-Johnson, with vocals supplied by the multi-talented Janel Drewis, who also works as an animator on the development team at Telltale.

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Together, Jared and Janel recorded their take on the classic traditional American folk song, ‘In the Pines,’ which dates back to the 1870′s and is believed to be of Southern Appalachian origin.

Heard during the credits to the critically-acclaimed Episode Two, ‘A House Divided,’ the track is currently free to download at

In addition to this track, fans can also look for more singles from Anadel, whose tracks ‘Carver’ and ‘In the Water’ are also available separately on their page at

Fans looking for additional tracks from The Walking Dead: Season Two can look forward to the full soundtrack releasing later this year after the season concludes.