• PS VITA and PSP sales forecast cut by Sony from 16 million to 7 million

    Sony has just few minutes ago released their Q3 earnings reports giving consumers an updated look at sales of PS VITA and PSP. The disappointing news is that Sony has once again provided the combined sales figure of PSP and PS VITA, and not exact PS Vita sale figure.

    SonyAs per the details revealed, Sony sold a combined total of 5.7 million handhelds during April 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012. During this same time period, Sony sold a total of 23.4 million units of software across both PSP and PS VITA.

    Furthermore, Sony has cut sales forecast of both PSP and PS VITA drastically. The firm initially hoped to sell 16 million PSP and PS Vita during the fiscal year, and now Sony has reduced this sales forecast to 7 million.

    In a statement to press, Sony said, "In the digital imaging and the game businesses, which are positioned as core areas of the electronics businesses along with the mobile businesses, the shrinking market for compact digital cameras, due to the expansion of the smartphone market, and the slow penetration of the PlayStation Vita portable entertainment platform are recognized as particularly important issues. Sony is working to improve profitability through reinforcement of its high value added products that are differentiated by the use of highly competitive image sensors developed by Sony. In the game business, Sony is working to expand sales and operating income through the introduction of an attractive software lineup and through offering game software on mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets."

    Sony also posted a operating profit of 46.4 billion yen ($496 million) as compared to 91.7 billion yen loss a year ago.

  • Sony unveils Q1 sales report: PS VITA and PSP combine hardware sale "1.4 million"

    SCE has revealed their Q1 earning reports just a few minutes ago. This time around Sony revealed combined sales figure for PSP and PS VITA (don't know what Sony exactly want to hide by doing this).

    SonyAccording to the details in the report, Sony sold a total of 1.4 million handhelds in the first quarter (April 1, 2012 – June 30, 2012), and during the same time period, 5.8 million units of software were sold across both handhelds.

    SCE also reduced their forecasted sales expectations, initially Sony planned to sell 16 million PSP and PS VITA during fiscal year, this figure now reads as "12 million".

    "Primarily due to the lowering of the annual unit sales forecast for portable hardware, sales are expected to be significantly lower than the May forecast. Due to the above-mentioned decrease in sales and the impact of unfavorable exchange rates, operating income is expected to be significantly below the May forecast. Sales are expected to be essentially flat and operating income is expected to decrease significantly year-on-year."

  • ESRB confirms Hotel Mogul for PS3 and PSP

    ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) has revealed that PC simulation game Hotel Mogul is coming to PS3 and PSP soon. The game has received E for Everyone rating from ESRB.

    Hotel Mogul"This is a simulation game in which players can buy, develop, and sell commercial properties to make a profit. An underlying story involves reclaiming a family business by using business savvy to repurchase a company."

    Hotel Mogul features a total of 35 levels spread across five settings. In addition to all these, Hotel Mogul also features four mini-games. No details was revealed as to when Hotel Mogul will arrive of PS3 and PSP (i.e release date was not revealed).

  • New PS Store update brings all PSN PSP games to PS VITA?

    Sony has just few hours ago launched Playstation VITA in United States. The handled make has also updated Playstation Store, and if details from NeoGaf is to believe then every PSP games on Playstation Store is available for Playstation VITA.

    PSP and PS VITAYes, you read it right, every PSP games. The list even includes those games that weren't there on Sony's last week list.

    So guys what are you waiting for, head on to PS Store and download you favourite game.

    Source: NeoGaf

  • List of PSP Games compatible with Playstation VITA

    Sony has released the list of PSP games that will be compatible with Playstation VITA. According to details revealed by Sony on PS Blog, there are in-total 275 PSP games, and out of these 155 are full retail games and others are Minis.

    PS VITAWe have the full list below. Sony has promised, "more PSP titles will be made available for PS Vita play in the coming weeks".

    • 101-in-1 Megamix
    • 300: March To Glory
    • The 3rd Birthday
    • Ace Combat: Joint Assault
    • Adventures To Go!
    • Alpha Mission II
    • Archer Maclean's Mercury
    • Armored Core 3 Portable
    • Armored Core: Last Raven Portable
    • Armored Core: Silent Line Portable
    • Art of Fighting
    • Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
    • Baseball Stars Professional
    • Blade Dancer Lineage of Light
    • BlazBlue Portable: Calamity Trigger
    • BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II
    • Blazing Souls Accelate
    • Bomberman
    • Bomberman '94
    • Bomberman Land
    • Bomberman Legacy
    • Chameleon
    • ClaDun x2
    • Cladun: This is an RPG!
    • Class of Heroes
    • Corpse Party
    • Creature Defense
    • Crimson Gem Saga
    • Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
    • Daxter
    • Dead or Alive Paradise
    • Dirt 2
    • Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
    • Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness
    • Disgaea: Infinite
    • Dissidia 012 [Duodecim] Prologus: Final Fantasy
    • Dissidia 012 [Duodecim]: Final Fantasy
    • Dissidia: Final Fantasy
    • DJ Max Portable 3
    • Dragon's Lair
    • Dragoneer's Aria
    • Dungeon Explorer
    • Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts
    • Dungeon Maker Hunting Ground
    • Dynasty Warriors
    • Dynasty Warriors Vol. 2
    • Dynasty Warriors: Strike Force
    • Eye of Judgment Legends
    • Fading Shadows
    • Fatal Fury
    • Fate/Extra
    • Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
    • Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
    • Gladiator Begins
    • God of War: Chains of Olympus
    • God of War: Ghost of Sparta
    • Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
    • Half-Minute Hero
    • Harvest Moon: Boy and Girl
    • Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley
    • Hoard
    • Hot Brain
    • IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey
    • Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon
    • Jikandia: The Timeless Land
    • Justice League Heroes
    • Kenka Bancho: Badass Rumble
    • The King of Fighters '94
    • The King of Fighters '95
    • Knights in the Nightmare
    • Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend
    • League Bowling
    • Legend of Heroes, The: Trails in the Sky
    • LEGO Batman: The Videogame
    • LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7
    • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
    • Lord of Arcana
    • Lord of the Rings, The: Aragorn's QuestLunar: Silver Star Harmony
    • Magician Lord
    • Major League Baseball 2K11
    • Mana Khemia: Student Alliance
    • Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X
    • Metal Slug
    • Metal Slug 2
    • Metal Slug Anthology
    • Metal Slug XX
    • Military History: Commander: Europe at War
    • Mimana Iyar Chronicle
    • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
    • MX vs. ATV: Reflex
    • NBA 2K10
    • NBA 2K11
    • NBA 2K12
    • NeoGeo Heroes: Ultimate Shooting
    • Neutopia
    • New Adventure Island
    • No Heroes Allowed!
    • Patapon 2
    • Petz Dogz Family
    • Petz Hamsterz Bunch
    • Petz Saddle Club
    • Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle
    • Pool Hall Pro
    • Power Stone Collection
    • Prince of Persia: Revelations
    • Prince of Persia: Rival Swords
    • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
    • Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood!
    • Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?
    • Puzzle Guzzle
    • Ridge Racer
    • Riviera: The Promised Land
    • Samurai Shodown
    • Samurai Shodown Anthology
    • Samurai Warriors: State of War
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin
    • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable
    • Shock Troopers
    • SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1
    • SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Tactical Strike
    • Soldier Blade
    • Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny
    • Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max
    • Super Sidekicks
    • Super Star Soldier
    • Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow
    • Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
    • Tekken 6
    • TNT Racers
    • Tokobot
    • Tom Clancy's Endwar
    • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator
    • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Essentials
    • Tron: Evolution: The Video Game
    • UFC Undisputed 2010
    • Ultimate Board Game Collection
    • Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins
    • Valhalla Knights
    • Vertigo
    • Victory Run
    • Warriors of the Lost Empire
    • Warriors Orochi
    • Warriors Orochi 2
    • What Did I do to Deserve This My Lord?
    • What Did I do to Deserve This My Lord? 2
    • Wild Arms XF
    • World Heroes
    • World Sports Competition
    • Worms: Battle Islands
    • WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw 2011
    • Yggdra Union
    • Ys Seven
    • Ys: The Oath in Felghana
    • Z. H. P.: Unlosing Ranger Vs. Darkdeath Evilman

    PS Minis

    • 3, 2, 1...SuperCrash!
    • 4×4 Jam
    • 5 in 1 Arcade Hits
    • Ace Armstrong Vs. The Alien Scumbags!
    • Actual Crimes: Jack The Ripper
    • Aero Racer
    • Age of Hammer Wars
    • Age of Zombies
    • Alien Havoc
    • Alien Zombie Death
    • Alpha Mission
    • Ancient Game Treasures: Mill
    • Apache Overkill
    • Aquattack!
    • Arcade Darts
    • Arcade Essentials
    • Arcade Essentials Evolution
    • Archibald's Adventures
    • Arctic Adventures
    • Athena
    • Babel: The King of the Blocks
    • Bashi Blocks
    • Beam 'Em Up
    • Blast Off
    • Blimp: The Flying Adventures
    • Block Cascade Fusion
    • Boom Beats
    • BreakQuest
    • Brick Breaker
    • Bubble Trubble
    • Bunny Dodge
    • Burnin' Rubber
    • Busy Sweets Factory
    • Car Jack Streets
    • Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter
    • Caterpillar
    • Charge! Tank Squad!
    • Circles
    • Coconut Dodge
    • Cubixx
    • D-Cube Planet
    • Deflector
    • Digi-Tiles
    • Doodle Fit
    • Dr. MiniGames
    • Dynogems
    • Earthshield
    • Echoes
    • Express Raider
    • Flick Fishing
    • Flying Hamster
    • Fort Commander II: Counterattack
    • Fort Commander: King's Gambit
    • Fortix
    • Freekscape: Escape From Hell
    • Funky Punch
    • Gold Fever
    • Hello Flowerz
    • Heracles Chariot RacingHISTORY: Egypt Engineering an Empire
    • HISTORY: Ice Road Truckers
    • Hot Shots Shorties: Blue Pack
    • Hot Shots Shorties: Green Pack
    • Hot Shots Shorties: Red Pack
    • Hot Shots Shorties: Yellow Pack
    • Hysteria Project
    • I Must Run!
    • Influence
    • Jane's Hotel
    • JellyCar 2
    • Jewel Keepers: Easter Islands
    • Kahoots
    • Legend of Kunoichi
    • Let's Golf
    • Lock 'n' Chase
    • Love Cupid
    • Mahjong Solitaire
    • Me Monster: Hear Me Roar!
    • Mighty Flip Champs! DX
    • MiniSquadron
    • Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess
    • N.O.V.A.
    • Normal Tanks
    • One Two Boat Racing
    • Pallurikio
    • Panda Craze
    • Pinball Dreams
    • Pinball Fantasies
    • Quiz Animania
    • Ramen Heaven
    • Reef Aquarium
    • Retro Cave Flyer
    • Robin Hood: The Return of Richard
    • Rocks N' Rockets
    • Route 66
    • Shapo
    • Sheep Defense
    • Shogi
    • Smash Break
    • Space Shooter for 2 Bucks!, A
    • Spaceball: Revolution
    • Spot the Differences!
    • Stellar Attack
    • Sweet Reversi
    • Tehra: Dark Warrior
    • Telegraph Crosswords
    • Telegraph Sudoku & Kakuro
    • Urbanix
    • Vempire
    • Vibes
    • VT Tennis
    • Who's That Flying?!
    • Widget's Odyssey 2
    • Widgets Odyssey
    • Young Thor
    • Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam
    • Zenonia
    • Zombie Tycoon
  • PS VITA vs PSP comparison footage show MASSIVE IMPROVEMENT

    PSP and PS VITASony's Playstation VITA is already out in Japan, and there's no surprise that many comparison videos have already arrived on YouTube. Many fans are very curious to know is PS VITA really better than PSP, if yes than how much better it is.

    A YouTube user maruyoshi posted two PS VITA vs PSP comparison video which clearly show the difference between these two handheld console. You guys can check out the footage below, Sony has made a massive IMPROVEMENT with PS VITA.

  • GORGEOUS LADIES in Yakuza Black Panther 2

    SEGA has released some brand new screenshots of Yakuza Black Panther 2 showing some "GORGEOUS LADIES" that will feature in the game. Yakuza Black Panther 2 is schedule to launch in Japan next Spring for PSP.

    Yakuza Black Panther 2

    Gamers in WEST are really very unlucky, as neither Yakuza Black Panther nor its sequel Yakuza Black Panther 2 will launch in region. I just hope SEGA WEST comes up with something new and unique with Yakuza Black Panther franchise, may be a HD version for PS VITA or PS3.

    Anyway check out the LADIES in Yakuza Black Panther 2 below:

    Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 1 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 2 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 3 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 4 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 5 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 6 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 7 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 8 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 9 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 10 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 11 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 12 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 13 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 14 Yakuza Black Panther 2 Ladies screenshot 15

  • Sony unveils PSP-PS Vita UMD passport program

    Sony has revealed the details about PSP-PS VITA passport program. Its a scheme that allows PSP gamers to transfer their UMD games to PS VITA from day one.


    Sony will release a special program on December 6 for PSP and also the UMD of the game you’re looking to push onto PS VITA. Once you have put in the UMD and has completed all the process to register the game, you will be able to download it for PS VITA at a discount price.

    PS VITA will launch in Japan on December 17. It will launch in Europe in February 2012.

  • New FIFA 12 PSP bundle coming to US on November 15

    Sony has announced a new PSP Entertainment Pack for US gamers. This special PSP bundle will feature PSP-3000, a UMD copy of FIFA 2012, a 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo and a voucher for a downloadable copy of Cars 2: The Video Game.

    PSP Bundle with FIFA 12

    This new PSP Entertainment Pack will launch on November 15, and will carry a price tag of $160. This is really a bumper saving offer from Sony, as purchasing a PSP-3000 cost $130 alone with no games or memory card and FIFA 12 cost $40.