The beloved indie sensation hits yet another major sales milestone. 13 million of its 20 million total sales have been on PC.
In a recent interview with Axios, ex-PlayStation boss Jack Tretton talked about what he believes to be the reason behind PS Vita's failures.
A brief look at the impressive long-term growth of PlayStation's first party portfolio.
Sony has announced the shuttering of servers of PS Vita exclusives Soul Sacrifice and Freedom Wars on December 24th.
A new World Seed based on The Constant, Deerclops and more come to Terraria, while Eye of Cthulhu and skins come to Don't Starve.
Both games will be temporarily unavailable for digital purchases as Konami works on "renewing the licenses for select historical archive footage used in-game."
Certain rights to PlayStation's Vita license have been revoked on the grounds of non-usage, following the EU General Court's verdict on the matter.
Among other foes, Deerclops will be coming to Terraria while the Eye of Cthulhu invades The Constant in Klei Entertainment's Don't Starve.
Re-Logic recently shared a GIF of Don't Starve and said, "You know how we always say that we are done adding content to Terraria?"
Spike Chunsoft confirms its visual novel series has hit another sales milestone, with 3 million of its total sales coming on PC.
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.