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Sony PS3 and Vita: Buy One Get The Other Free!

 

Sony PS3 and Vita:  Buy One Get The Other Free!

PlayStation 3 owners who purchase SuperBot Entertainment’s new mascot fighter PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale will also get the PlayStation Vita version at no additional cost, Sony announced today. The buy one, get one free deal is part of Sony’s new Cross Buy initiative, which will soon extend to other games.

Sony also announced that Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time and Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault — known as Ratchet & Clank: Q Force in Europe — will also support Cross Buy, a roundabout way of announcing that the next Ratchet & Clank game is also coming to Vita. Buying the PS3 versions of Thieves in Time and Full Frontal Assault will get you a Vita copy at no additional cost.

via Sony announces Cross Buy: Buy a game on PS3, get Vita version for free | The Verge.

 

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

Sony has presented three new applications for its recently launched PlayStation Vita console that will be released for free in the near future and provide some interesting activities for owners of the device.

The PlayStation Vita came out back in February and, since then, Sony’s been launching many new games for the portable console, while continuing to hype up future releases.

Now, in between presenting some new games for the Vita, the Japanese company has revealed three apps that will be released onto the device for free.

The first, and the one that’s already available via the PlayStation Store, is called Paint Park. This app allows owners of the Vita to turn it into a virtual sketch pad and draw whatever they want by interacting with the touchscreen.

 

via PlayStation Vita Gets Three New Free Apps – Softpedia.

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

Sony has presented three new applications for its recently launched PlayStation Vita console that will be released for free in the near future and provide some interesting activities for owners of the device.

The PlayStation Vita came out back in February and, since then, Sony’s been launching many new games for the portable console, while continuing to hype up future releases.

Now, in between presenting some new games for the Vita, the Japanese company has revealed three apps that will be released onto the device for free.

The first, and the one that’s already available via the PlayStation Store, is called Paint Park. This app allows owners of the Vita to turn it into a virtual sketch pad and draw whatever they want by interacting with the touchscreen.

 

via PlayStation Vita Gets Three New Free Apps – Softpedia.

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

PlayStation Vita Now Has Three New Free Apps

Sony has presented three new applications for its recently launched PlayStation Vita console that will be released for free in the near future and provide some interesting activities for owners of the device.

The PlayStation Vita came out back in February and, since then, Sony’s been launching many new games for the portable console, while continuing to hype up future releases.

Now, in between presenting some new games for the Vita, the Japanese company has revealed three apps that will be released onto the device for free.

The first, and the one that’s already available via the PlayStation Store, is called Paint Park. This app allows owners of the Vita to turn it into a virtual sketch pad and draw whatever they want by interacting with the touchscreen.

 

via PlayStation Vita Gets Three New Free Apps – Softpedia.

Playstation Vita Selling Like….Well It’s Selling A Lot

sony playstation vita

Sony said today that its PlayStation Vita gaming handheld has sold more than 1.2 million units worldwide. The Vita went on sale last week in the U.S. and Europe, and it has been on sale since December in Japan.

The Vita crossed that sales number on Feb. 22, the day it went on sale in the U.S. and Europe. The company has also sold more than 2 million software units. The Vita is Sony’s bid to remain relevant in portable games in an age of smartphones and tablets.

Andrew House, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, said in a statement, “PS Vita was designed to deliver the ultimate portable entertainment experience, and we couldn’t be more thrilled with the reaction we’re seeing from consumers and the pace at which PS Vita is selling.”

via Sony’s PlayStation Vita sells more than 1.2M units worldwide | VentureBeat.