Here's a great offer for those Vita owners who have yet to pick this one up, as it beats the next best offer by almost a tenner. We stated in our review that the Everybody’s Golf’s first foray onto the Vita was “the best golf in gaming today,” and after playing it I’d have to agree. While the difficulty curve is sudden and rather brutal, the copious amounts of content and top notch presentation make it a great pick-up-and-play title for Sony’s handheld. Thanks to Blastoise @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Everybody's Golf review for more details.
It may have a spellchecker-worrying name, but Steins;Gate is one of the best Vita games yet according to Jon's review. This is the best price I've seen for it too. It's the same price on PS3.
You can see the anime on Netflix right now if you want to find out what all the fuss is about, but Jon heavily recommends going in game-first if you're completely new to the Steins; Gate universe. Be sure to take a look his full review. Or read the short version: "The definitive version of a true modern classic. Steins;Gate presents a truly captivating and uncompromising storyline with exquisite characters, powerful themes and often heartbreaking choices to make. It's a beautiful, essential thing. Making poor choices is easy when you have the power to change the past, but here in the present, make the right choice and buy this astonishing piece of software."
Thanks to Lomi.
You'll either know and adore Minecraft already or you'll have an active and healthy social life. If you'd like to change the latter, then Tesco are selling the portable PS Vita version of the online phenomenon for just £12.
Thanks to hammond_gloria.
Today's PSN sale has a few sweet bargains buried amongst the hoarde of skin packs and other scrollable tosh. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, Far Cry 4 and the DriveClub Season Pass being some obvious highlights. Take a look at the full list below.Click here to read more...
Due out in just a few days, using the voucher code above means you can get hold of the Vita version for the lowest price available. While I found Hollow Fragment to be rather disappointing, word is that things have improved for Lost Song thanks to revamped combat system. Players can also fly around this time, as the game is set in fairy-based ALFhelm Online. I suspect die-hard fans will enjoy more adventures with Kirito and the gang, I just hope it finally matches the potential of the series it is based on.
PlayStation TV is now available for £27.99 preowned.
PlayStation TV is a neat device that lets you play a selection of Vita games on your TV using a regular sized DualShock controller. What we find especially useful though is the PS4 streaming that is handy for playing your PS4 on a different TV in the house. So perhaps moving your PS4 up and downstairs is set to become a thing of the past? This sounds cheaper than buying a new PS4 when you inevitably fumble it too. Take a look at Matt's PlayStation TV review.
Thanks to robthornley1986.
It should be pointed out that you can currently get a digital version for just £11.19 on the PSN Store. However, if you'd rather save some space on your Vita's memory card this is the cheapest for a physical copy, beating the next best offer by over £3. Sure, the game's main advertising pull is that you strip vampires of their clothes, but Akiba's Trip is actually a celebration of Otaku culture in Tokyo's Akihabara district. The story and localisation is also of top notch quality too, so as long as you can get over the fact you'll be stripping people in Action-RPG combat.
Be sure to check out our Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed review for more details.
This isn't the lowest price we've seen it, but it is the best offer around at the time of writing. It beats the next cheapest deal elsewhere by a few pounds. As for the game itself, we said that Killzone: Mercenary set "a new benchmark for handheld first person shooters" in our review, and that still remains the case today. If you pick up a Vita on the cheap in the next few months, we'd recommend this one wholeheartedly. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Killzone: Mercenary review for more details.
The last few PSN sales have been a bit rubbish, but this new one has some fantastic offers. The focus is on PS3 and Vita titles, and you'll find games discounted by up to 70%, making many of them even cheaper than physical copies for a change. There are tonnes, but key highlights are listed below:Click here to read more...
Towards the end of a console generation, it's all too easy for the odd classic to go by unnoticed by the masses as the shiny next-gen flash their wares. So, we'll forgive you if you missed out on Dragon's Crown first time around. There's an excellent pair of deals on PSN right now though for the PS3 and PS Vita versions.
Dragon's Crown is the sort of game you've been waiting for since the Mega Drive. A compelling side-scrolling fantasy beat em' up, that works in multiplayer or solo and can be played for hours on end thanks to the RPG components and never-ending loot. Be sure to check out our full review which goes into detail about the differences between the console and handheld versions.
The price for this one has been holding nearer to the £30 mark since its release back in May, making this deal all the more noteworthy. Overall, it beats the next cheapest deal by around £6. For those that don't know, this instalment of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series - which parodies the Games Industry with Japanese Moe style and all the fan service - focuses on hack-and-slash action instead of the RPG-style titles of the main series. Basically, if you're enjoyed the over-the-top antics of Neptune & co. and fancy some more cerebral action combat, this one might be worth a look.
This one has been a long time coming considering the system's potential, but today it was announced that Civilization Revolution 2 Plus will be hitting the PlayStation Vita on December 3rd. The title has seen success on iOS and Android devices, and 2K Games will be bringing the spin-off title to Sony's handheld with some exclusive new content.Click here to read more...
We're just hours away from Sony's presser at this year's Paris Games Week. Considering they skipped out on Gamescom this year, leaving the door open to Microsoft to put on an strong showing, we're expecting the PlayStation brand will be out to deliver some surprises, as well as reminding us what's in store over the next year. The livestream kicks off at 4:45pm GMT, with an expected start to the presser around 5pm GMT. We've got the details on how you can watch the show after the jump.
Here's a fantastic offer for Danganronpa 2 that is not only the cheapest price we've seen, but beats the next best offer by almost a fiver. You'll also get an exclusive Softcover Art Book featuring work from the game. While we felt it wasn't as great as its predecessor overall, fans of the series will definitely want to pick it up purely for the finale, which we called "one of the best videogame endings" ever.
Be sure to check out our Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair review for more details.
Well folks, this is what you've been waiting for, the full lineup of October's Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
These are the games coming from October 6th and you can see a roundup trailer below.Click here to read more...
With the recent announcement of Hardware: Rivals getting a reboot on PS4, we take a look at Sony's extensive back-catalogue of franchises and IPs to see what we'd most like to see make a comeback on the PS4 or PS Vita.
And you thought that right analogue stick was reserved for moving the camera around in third-person games? Not in the world of Ape Escape. The stick was used for numerous inventive tasks as you tried to capture gangs of very cheeky monkeys. Early on, you'd use the right stick to lash out with a net to catch them. Before long you'd be tweaking it to track them via radio signals, or row oars on a boat, pull back your ammo in a catapult and many more features. Despite some well-received adventures on PS1 and PS2, the only appearance on PS3 was a disappointing on-rails PS Move title.Click here to read more...
World of Final Fantasy looks like the final merging of old-school JRPGs with keychain-friendly doll-sized Final Fantasy characters. Crushingly cute and bound to be populating merchandise stalls around anime expos for years to come. The game is looking pretty damn good though, so we've dug out these early preorders that offer a decent saving over the competition.
Want to see the game in action? Then check out the latest trailer from Tokyo Game Show 2015.Click here to see the trailer.
Need a fix of handheld footy? This is something of a bargain at just £4.99 at Amazon. If you're not a Prime member, it's cost you £6.98 with delivery.
EA aren't bothering with Vita or 3DS versions for FIFA 16, so this is your last chance for some relatively up-to-date team rosters on the go. For a fiver, we think it's worth a look. You're generally looking at £10-£15 at most other sites.
Thanks to GamesGamesGames.
[UPDATE: Very are now out of stock]
As regular visitors will know, finding a good deal for PlayStation Plus is pretty rare these days, but we've finally found a way to get a year's subscription for under £25. There's a bit of leg-work involved, though, but we'll guide you through it. All you need to do is buy a £40 voucher for Very from Groupon for £20. Once you have that, head over to the listing below and use it to buy a that PS+ sub. However it should be noted that the voucher offer is for new Very customers only, so you will have to set up a new account to take advantage of this deal (thanks to alex186787456 for the heads-up!)
Yes, the delivery charge is ridiculous for what is basically a code in a box, but let's not ignore the fact that this is the cheapest deal we've seen for PlayStation + in a long, long time. Not only will this grant you access to all of PlayStation's online features - including PS4 multiplayer and cloud save storage - but you'll also gain access to the Instant Game Collection. You can check out September's offerings in our round-up. Thanks to timo3y @ HUKD!