Sony has announced that support for payments through credit/debit cards and PayPal will no longer be available after October 27th for PS3 and PS Vita's stores.
The last batch of fresh releases for the PS Vita will be dropping tomorrow, and two developers have confirmed their games being a part of it.
Whether it's incredible, detailed designs, precious metals or super-rare limited editions, these consoles are very hard to find.
Players will be able to buy PSP games, but no longer be able to purchase content for the PSP through the in-game stores, however.
Messages that users had saved on the platform will also be deleted, but they will still be accessible on PS4, PS5, and smartphones.
The store will still cease operations for the PSP by July, as planned.
Game preservation looks like it will be easier on the PS5 than the PS4 and PS3.
Polytron's 2D platformer in a 3D world looks as good as ever.
This is a bad, bad, bad move - for a variety of reasons.
You will be able to download previous purchases.
If the rumor is true, it'd see permanent closure for three separate PlayStation brands.
And it's available on Xbox Game Pass.
It's time to face the facts, and have a hard discussion.
The series has seen a strong resurgence with the RPG titles.
It seems PS3, PSP, and PS Vita games will no longer be listed on this new store.
Both handheld devices have been mentioned in a patent filed by Sony.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X face an interesting challenge with regards to pricing.
Some of the greatest moments in gaming history.
Sometimes, defense can be the best offense.