Over the last month the PlayStation Vita has received a ton of great news. Unlike its previous year in existence, this year is shaping up to be very special for Sony’s handheld. Developers are excited about the system, Sony is backing the system up with some very creative and lucrative options and great games are finally making their way to the system in amounts we have not seen before.
GG3 reports on some interesting deals for European Playstation Plus subscribers. A total of 5 games, including Hitman Absolution, will be accessible for free in May. In the same release, Sony claims to pick their games from the top tier of 70+ Metacritic acclaim, yet the free title Malicious is not a 70+ game on that site.
It’s April 10th, 1996, and you walk into your favorite game store. When what to your wondering eyes should appear on the New Release shelf but a compilation of six arcade games from your youth! Amazed at the opportunity to relive these classics, you whip out that cash and take home the black-backed CD, wondering if nostalgia really is all its cracked up to be. Later when you’re sitting in fron
Today in retro gaming, we’re…wait, WHAT?! You’ve got to be kidding me. I am not writing about this–even I have standards. My editor has gone off the rails on a crazy train. Triverse, I’m not writing about this game, and there’s nothing you–what do you mean, “hostage situation”? You’re joking! You’re not joking… Ooooookaaaaaaay, right. Uh, today in retro gaming, Ubisoft released “Hooters R