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Grace Chen's Avatar + Posted by Grace Chen on Aug 28, 2012 // Sr. Director, PlayStation Store

PlayStation Store Update

PS3 Full Games

Record of Agarest War Zero ($24.99)
Long before the great Leonhardt brought the age of gods to an end, titanic forces met in battle across the world of Agarest, a mysterious land rich of history, heroic men, and beautiful women. The violent struggle between Light and Darkness seemed far from end. Join Sieghart and his companions as they journey through vast lands and experience love, conflict, and betrayal in this prequel to the Agarest War saga.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 14 GB
Madden NFL 13 ($59.99)
Madden NFL 13 is all-new from boot up to credits. Every mode, every screen, every pixel has been reinvented delivering the most innovative, connected and authentic Madden NFL experience in franchise history.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 5.4 GB

PSN Games

Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker HD Edition ($19.99)
From acclaimed director, Hideo Kojima, comes Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. The HD Edition offers the epic gameplay and storytelling of the MGS franchise in true HD quality.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 3.71 GB
The Walking Dead – Episode 3: Long Road Ahead ($4.99)
Episode three of a five-part game series set in the same universe as Robert Kirkman’s award-winning series. As they head out of Macon, the group’s progress is derailed by accusations of treachery from within.
ESRB: M – Mature // File Size: 636 MB
Rock Band Blitz ($14.99)
Rock Band Blitz brings the excitement of a full band into your hands, transforming classic Rock Band gameplay into an addictive, single player controller-based experience! Compete with friends on 20+ new tracks, also instantly playable in Rock Band 3. Rock Band Blitz is compatible with 2,400+ songs in the Rock Band library. Not compatible with instrument controllers/Rock Band Pro upgrades.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 348 MB
Ratchet & Clank ($14.99)
It’s time to rip the galaxy a new one in high definition! Ratchet & Clank is now re-mastered with trophy support exclusively for the PS3 system. With over 36 weapons and gadgets to choose from, it’s no wonder Ratchet and Clank have itchy trigger fingers. Think about it. You can choose from burning, bombing, exploding or obliterating your enemies. So go ahead, blow it up. Blow it all up. It isn’t the size of your weapons that count. It’s how many you have and better yet… How you use ‘em!
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 2.96 GB
Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando ($14.99)
From the creators of the critically acclaimed smash hit Ratchet & Clank, Insomniac Games, comes the next installment of the most exciting sci-fi action adventure ever now in high definition on the PS3 system complete with trophy support! Featuring more than 50 of the coolest weapons and gadgets ever imagined, the more stuff you blow up, the stronger Ratchet gets and the bigger the weapons you’ll have!
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 3.87 GB
Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal ($14.99)
Developed by Insomniac Games, the Ratchet & Clank franchise brought us a new and unique style of gameplay, with its intense weaponry, vivid environments and hilarious characters now in high definition with trophy support! The third installment, Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal, invades the online universe with new explosive weapons, and unique gadgets that are out of this world.
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 4.07 GB
Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD ($14.99)
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD takes the best elements of the classic THPS games and gives them a fresh update to create an all new skateboarding experience. Tapping into fans’ muscle memories, the gameplay returns to controllers and focuses on the satisfaction of linking sick tricks for maximum points. Combining sharp visuals, the best controls ever in a Tony Hawk game, and fresh online modes, the feel is cutting edge yet timeless.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 395 MB
Lights, Camera, Party ($29.99)
Feed pizza to an angry dinosaur, throw bananas at a sleeping crowd of monkeys, blast cow-stealing UFOs, jump over a kiddie pool full of hungry sharks and obliterate candy-filled piñatas. All this and so much more in this unique, fast-paced, motion-controlled, insanely hilarious multiplayer party game for up to 8 simultaneous players!
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 718 MB

PS Vita

Madden NFL 13 ($39.99)
Madden NFL 13 debuts on the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system, delivering the ultimate Madden NFL experience on a handheld. Using the PS Vita system’s touch screen, become an NFL superstar or build the league’s next unstoppable dynasty and unlock new layers of gameplay and feature depth during your illustrious career.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 3.0 GB

PS2 Classics

Psychonauts ($9.99)
Help Raz save the kids of Whispering Rock Psychic Summer Camp in this classic adventure. From the minds of Tim Schafer and Double Fine!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 3.4 GB

Bundles

Metal Gear Solid HD Edition Bundle ($39.99)
From the critically acclaimed director, Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection offers a handful of the most popular Metal Gear Solid titles from the past in true HD. Featuring three complete games, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, the HD Collection offers old and new fans a chance to experience the epic game play, design and storytelling of the MGS franchise.
ESRB: M // File Size: 21.87 GB

PlayStation Store Highlights

The Walking Dead: Episode 3

Braaaiiiiinnnssss. That’s right — Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead is out now! If you’re a Plus member and want to catch up on the series, you can download Episodes 1 and 2 free of charge as part of the Instant Game Collection.

There are lots of great PS2 classic titles available on the Store today, mainly of the Ratchet and Clank variety. The original, plus Going Commando and Up Your Arsenal are available. Oh, Insomniac, I see what you did there.

Music games don’t always need a bunch of plastic peripherals. Rock Band Blitz is a modified version of the rhythm games you know and love, but all you need is a controller. Blitz is very leaderboard-focused, so if you like proving to your friends that you’re the best, you should check out the demo.

It’s been a long time coming, but Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition is hitting PSN today. Loved by critics and fans alike, the HD version of Peace Walker is now a part of the Metal Gear Solid HD Edition Bundle, which you can get for $39.99. Bundles are very “in” right now.

Remember when we announced PSone support for PS Vita? Well, a good chunk of titles are now compatible with PS Vita. Check out yesterday’s blog post for a full list of everything you can download today.

There’s plenty of stuff hitting the Store today, so let us know what you think of the games and deals in the comments section below.

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Full Game Trial Record of Agarest War Zero
Instant Game Collection Ronnie O’Sullivan’s Snooker (PS Mini)
Exclusive Avatar Pack Lights, Camera, Party! Avatar Bundle – $1.99
Discounts Lights, Camera, Party! (50% Off) – PS Plus Price: $15.00
Space Channel 5: Part 2 (40% off) – PS Plus Price $2.99
Spelunker HD (50% off) – PS Plus Price $5.00
Spelunker HD Championship Area 2: Nasty Cave With A Stream (50% off) – PS Plus Price $1.00
Spelunker HD Championship Area 3: Fiendish Ancient Ruins (50% off) – PS Plus Price $1.00
Spelunker HD Championship Area 4: Frigid Icy Depths (50% off) – PS Plus Price $1.00
Spelunker HD Championship Area 5: Ancient Creature’s Fossils (50% off) – PS Plus Price $1.00
Spelunker HD Championship Area 6: Cave Of Glowing Moss (50% off) – PS Plus Price $1.00
Last Chance (Leaving on 9/4) DUST 514: Closed Beta All Access ($0.00)
The Walking Dead Episodes 1 – A New Day – ($0.00)
The Walking Dead Episodes 2 – Starved for Help – ($0.00)
DUST 514: MERCENARY PACK (50% off) – PS Plus Price $10.00

Game Demos (Free)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 (PS3)

Get your hands on the most up-to-date demo for PES2013. PES Full Control system is further enhanced and ProActive AI made more intelligent, including better decisions by refs and team mates. This new version includes improvements made following fan feedback, finely tuned gameplay and for the first time the new Performance Training mode.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.12 GB

Dungeon Twister Trial (PS3)

In this trial version, discover Dungeon Twister, the adaptation of the famous turn-based strategy board game. Two teams of adventurers with supernatural powers are locked up in the same dungeon. Only one team can walk out. Yours? Make the dungeon’s rooms rotate to help you advance… or prevent your opponent’s progress. Would you rather fight or flee? Buy the full game to become dungeon master!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 156 MB

Lights, Camera, Party (PS3)

Feed pizza to an angry dinosaur, throw bananas at a sleeping crowd of monkeys, blast cow-stealing UFOs, jump over a kiddie pool full of hungry sharks and obliterate candy-filled piñatas. All this and so much more in this unique, fast-paced, motion-controlled, insanely hilarious multiplayer party game for up to 8 simultaneous players!
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 718 MB

Rock Band Blitz (PS3)

Rock Band Blitz brings the excitement of a full band into your hands, transforming classic Rock Band gameplay into an addictive, single player controller-based experience! Compete with friends on 20+ new tracks, also instantly playable in Rock Band 3. Rock Band Blitz is compatible with 2,400+ songs in the Rock Band library. Not compatible with instrument controllers/Rock Band Pro upgrades.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 348 MB

Sales

  • Alpha Mission II – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Alpha Mission II – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Art Of Fighting – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Art Of Fighting – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Baseball Stars 2 – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Baseball Stars 2 – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Baseball Stars Professional – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Baseball Stars Professional – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Fatal Fury – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Fatal Fury – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Inferno Pool – PSN Game (now: $1.99 original price: $9.99)
  • League Bowling – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • League Bowling – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom – PSN Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Magician Lord – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Magician Lord – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Metal Slug – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Metal Slug – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Metal Slug 2 – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Metal Slug 2 – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Neogeo Station Bundle Pack– PSN Game (now: $39.99 original price: $79.99)
  • Samurai Shodown – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Samurai Shodown – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Shock Troopers – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Shock Troopers – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • Space Channel 5 Part 2 – PSN Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Super Sidekicks – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • Super Sidekicks – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’94 – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’94 – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’95 – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’95 – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’96 – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • The King of Fighters ’96 – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)
  • World Heroes – PSN Game (now: $4.49 original price: $8.99)
  • World Heroes – PSP Game (now: $3.49 original price: $6.99)

PS3 Add-ons

Mass Effect 3
  • Leviathan ($9.99) – Shepard delves into the galaxy’s darkest conspiracy on the hunt for a legendary Reaper-killer. Do you dare face the Leviathan?
Max Payne 3
  • Disorganized Crime Pack ($0.00) – The free Disorganized Crime Pack lets you battle above the streets surrounding Max’s old apartment in the new Hoboken Rooftops multiplayer map. This pack also includes several new modifiers for Score Attack in Arcade Mode.
Madden NFL 13
  • Online Pass ($9.99) – EA SPORTS expands your quest for glory by fully immersing you in the entire sports experience. The Madden NFL 13 Online Pass unlocks the following online features: Online Head to Head matchups, Online Career, Online Team Play, Roster Updates, and Ultimate Team Head to Head matchups. Online Pass is non-transferable.
Street Fighter X Tekken
  • SF/TK Shared Assist Gem Pack 5 ($2.99) – This Gem is great for intermediate and advanced players. This Assist Gem can be used by all characters. Extend the active time of the Cross Assault!
Spelunker HD
  • Championship Area 2: Nasty Cave with A Stream ($1.99) – Keep out of the water in this slightly nasty cave abounding with streams.
  • Championship Area 3: Fiendish Ancient Ruins ($1.99) – These fairly fiendish ancient ruins will give you fits.
  • Championship Area 4: Frigid Icy Depths ($1.99) – The frigid walls of these icy depths will chill your bones.
  • Championship Area 5: Ancient Creature’s Fossils ($1.99) – The twisted fossils of ancient creatures are harmless… aren’t they?
  • Championship Area 6: Cave Of Glowing Moss ($1.99) – The glowing moss in this cave of despair just ain’t right.
  • Championship Area 7: Scorching Cave ($1.99) – Move fast cause this scorching cave is overflowing with Lava.
  • Championship Area 8: Mysterious Mining Facility ($1.99) – You are all alone in an atrociously abandoned mine.
Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII
  • Euro Plane Pack ($11.99) – This pack includes the following planes: Yak-3, Tempest, Typhoon, Spitfire, Hurricane, Meteor, Whirlwind, Beaufighter, Swordfish, P-215, Me-262, He-219, Bf-110, Bf-109, Fw-190.
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
  • Various Multiplayer Items ($0.49-$2.99) – Tired of using the same old Drake in multiplayer? If you’re looking for something to differentiate yourself, Naughty Dog has provided a plethora of skins & hats so you can do just that.
Rock Band 3 – Build your Rock Band library by purchasing song game tracks. For music credits, visit www.RockBand.com.
  • Discord (The Living Tombstone Remix) ($0.99) – Eurobeat Brony
  • The Thief in the Night – Part II ($0.99) – Chaotrope
  • Moments of Clarity ($1.99) – Children of Nova
  • Radiant Light ($1.99) – Free Spirit
  • In the Wake of Evolution ($1.99) – Kaipa

Game Videos (Free)

  • F1 Race Stars Announce Trailer
  • Guacamelee! Preview Trailer
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us – Announce Trailer
  • Persona 4: The Golden PAX Trailer
  • Ragnarok Odyssey Trailer
  • Rocksmith Soul Hits Preview Video
  • Street Fighter X Tekken Promotional Video 4
  • The Cave Announcement Trailer

PS3 Themes

  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD Theme ($0.00)
  • Dynamic German Fighter WWII Theme ($2.99)
  • Dynamic Horror Skulls Theme 2 ($2.99)
  • Feeding Time by Matthew Green Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
  • WWE ’13 – Attitude Era Theme ($2.99)

PS3 Avatars

  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Bao Sanniang Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Dong Zhuo Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Jiang Wei Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Lu Bu Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Wang Yi Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Zhang Fei Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Zhang He Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors 7: Zhang Liao Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – Guan Suo Avatar($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – Guo Jia Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – Lianshi Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – Liu Shan Avatar ($0.49)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – Zhang Jiao Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Ape TV Crew Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Ape TVCrew Avatar 2 ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Bella Funzini Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Billy Funzini Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Funzaur Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Granny Funzini Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Gus Pacho Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Gus Pacho Avatar 2 ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Mama Funzini Avatar ($0.49)
  • Lights, Camera, Party – Papa Funzini Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Awkward Noise Generator Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Fluffy Professor Quadwrangle Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Heavy Professor Quadwrangle Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Heavy Safe Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Ike Avatar ($0.49)
  • Quantum Conundrum Quadwrangle Industries Logo Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Claire (Game Of Oblivion) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Claire (Mansion Incident) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Javier Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Krauser Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Leon (Memory Of Lost City) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Leon (Operation Javier) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Manuela Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: DC Steve Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Ada Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Billy Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Carlos Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Chris (Mansion Incident) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Chris (Umbrella’S End) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Jill (Mansion Incident) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Jill (Raccoon’s Destruction) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Jill (Umbrella’s End) Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Rebecca Avatar ($0.49)
  • Resident Evil: UC Wesker Avatar ($0.49)

PS3 Wallpapers

  • Resident Evil 6 Wallpaper 1 ($0.00)

//Add Your Own

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+ vanwinkle on August 28th, 2012 at 6:23 pm said:

Morgan, you said that you’re (meaning Sony) working as hard as possible to get all of the PS1 titles up on the Vita store. Is the team that handles getting these on Vita vastly smaller than the teams at SCEE and SCEJ? I just want to understand WHY we only have nine and they have over 130. I’m trying to understand it. When PSP Go came out, a HUGE amount of PSP games were available digitally. When PSP started supporting PS1 (or it did from the getgo, like PSP games on Vita; I can’t remember), they didn’t come in 9-game chunks. Has the team changed?

Please help me as a customer understand why this is happening. Why is Vita the only system that has the “we’re working hard to get more out there” for backwards compatibility when it supposedly has the easiest development platform? Six months later, and we still don’t have all digital PSP games working, we don’t have all minis working, and now this is what feels like a death blow.

Contrary to your spin, this is a bad time to be a Vita owner.


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+ RyuuHou24 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:26 pm said:

Great job on the marketing ploy with R&C there -.- You cannot possibly say it wasn’t, because how hard would it be to take what is already on there and put it in a bundle together? They exist, they’re there, you just choose to charge 14.99 for each of them.

So curious, are you guys planning on actually replacing 3 games at the beginning of the month on PS Plus, or are you doing this BS thing where you replace one, and then the other two the week after like you did LAST month?


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+ RyuuHou24 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:28 pm said:

Also, the point of being an early adopter of something (ie Vita) is that there are perks to getting it EARLY. Not things that show up 6 months later and make you wish you’d just waited and gotten other things in that time period, and simply bought the Vita later. That was a ridiculous comment to make.


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+ Beckanno on August 28th, 2012 at 6:33 pm said:

Why does Sony charge their digital titles for more than retail when it obviously should be the opposite? Take a note from Steam who has constant sales & is very successful.


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+ Nitrosonic0 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:35 pm said:

Sony, Sony, Sony. you’re awfully late today! Do you have a problem with the east coast of the U.S? Anyway, just tried the Rock Band Blitz demo. It’s a lot of fun! I also really want the God of War Saga. Sadly, I have 64 cents. Hey! Anyone here want to send me some money?! Just kidding :)

( OR MAYBE NOT)


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+ SHINOBI_3 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:38 pm said:

double dragon neon, just 2 weeks….just 2 weeks, cmon….I CANT WAIT ANY LONGER! AAAAAAAAAH! BIMMY AND JIMMY!


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+ MI_Titan27 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:40 pm said:

Retro Grade is remote play compatible with VITA and it looks awesome!!


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+ thebiglouie on August 28th, 2012 at 6:40 pm said:

For anyone getting Rock Band Blitz:
The 25-song soundtrack for Blitz is a separate download at around 750MB. Access to download the song pack will only appear in-game when you play it for the first time.

Morgan: about comment 44 of the MSRP price drops, they were all Sony-published games. Google “Sony MSRP changes effective August 14th” to see what Mauaus was talking about. Many of those retail games are also on PSN.


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+ Skrawney on August 28th, 2012 at 6:41 pm said:

I never liked the whole, buy some thing on plus at a discount then loose it forever when you loose the subscription. What happens to the guy last week (asking about why Need for speed was removed from the store) when his ps3 hdd dies or he deletes it from his hdd for room? Is that game still on his download history and he can just down load it when ever or is it off the store permanently? And if he is still able to download it (since he did pay for it) why wouldn’t the rest of us be able to buy it?


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+ omg_wesker on August 28th, 2012 at 6:41 pm said:

Sorry if this has been posted earlier but, why does the Resident Evil DC Claire say (Mansion Incident) instead of Raccoon City Incident or perhaps Memoirs of a Lost City?


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+ omg_wesker on August 28th, 2012 at 6:43 pm said:

Sorry, I meant Memories not memoirs >_<


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+ SsurferR on August 28th, 2012 at 6:44 pm said:

It’s insane the amount of complaint coming from unsatisfied users, and the death ears Sony gives at them, every single week.
We have the right to complain and we have the right also to stop buying your stuff, so people gather around and STOP BUYING !!! the only way “they” will start paying any attention on your complaints, its when “they” don’t get any more money from us, “the sucker’s” who keep buying the crap they offer every week.


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+ mallbros on August 28th, 2012 at 6:45 pm said:

Damn sony. This a joke?………Only 9 psx games….

I could let this slip if you put the mgs pw hd for vita. Or just put the regular psp game at 19.99 or lower.
No reason for a psp game that costs more than the hd one.

Also put portable ops on the psvita stor while at it.


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+ Elvick_ on August 28th, 2012 at 6:48 pm said:

You should really drop some prices on PSP titles. Like BUZZ! Quiz World, Eye of Judgement Legends, Gangs on London, Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2, LocoRoco (more expensive than LocoRoco 2 for some reason), Parappa the Rapper, Pursuit Force, Secret Agent Clank, Wipeout Pulse (RIP Liverpool).


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+ dodgedoors on August 28th, 2012 at 6:50 pm said:

@Morgan when reading this post I get silly ideas that you may be doing something wonderful for early adopters like nintendo did with that 3DS contraption.

+ Morgan Haro on August 28th, 2012 at 5:03 pm said:

3) we love the vita! there’s much to look forward to and you’ll be glad to be one of the early adopters when it’s all said and done.

Could we as early adopters be looking at some premium downloadable games for free? If yes say “no comment”, or say “no news at this time”


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+ Elvick_ on August 28th, 2012 at 6:51 pm said:

@157: Um, anything you buy with a Plus discount is yours forever. As far as stuff removed from the Store, I think it remains in your download list so you can still download it.


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+ AsiaQatar on August 28th, 2012 at 6:51 pm said:

So much fail Vs SCEE. On EVERY level.

The EU has and is getting everything a gamer could ask for.
They announce their games well in advance, offer full PS3 games for Plus, have great new titles announced exclusive for Plus, offer a 25% discount on Plus, have 130+ ps one classics on Vita, and have a g-damn American racing game on their consoles. (NASCAR 2011)

What do we have? Bubkis. And it’s getting worse if this Walking Dead “can’t play even though you pay” crap is true!!


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+ MI_Titan27 on August 28th, 2012 at 6:53 pm said:

@157 I’ve recently looked for a demo that was removed and when I looked it up in dl history was able to redownload


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+ mallbros on August 28th, 2012 at 6:55 pm said:

Also cut all prices of the psp games. And work on compatibility of every game.


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+ Skrawney on August 28th, 2012 at 6:57 pm said:

Lol that’s what I’m saying, I have not bought it. Maybe I would like to, but it’s not on the store anymore. Does that mean it is gone for good? Since you don’t work at sony I can’t take the “it will be in your dl history forever” comment seriously, no offence.


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+ IcedDice777 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:00 pm said:

Picked up the Leviathan Add on for “Mess Effect” 3 and the Spelunker HD Add ons. Spelunker HD trophy set is now at 74. Great PSN title! Hope to see more of Spelunker HD in the future! Thank you


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+ Elvick_ on August 28th, 2012 at 7:00 pm said:

@168: Wut, if its not on the store, then you can’t buy it so it doesn’t matter. If it is removed from the store that just means no one can buy it anymore. Not that you can’t access what you already bought.


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+ luvtoseek on August 28th, 2012 at 7:01 pm said:

Great drop IMO; PS1 support is off the ground, & lots of yummy content & DLC. Zen Pinball V2 now on the horizon! (=


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+ IcedDice777 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:05 pm said:

Oh, and the Ratchet and Clank collection…that i’ll pick it up at my local Gamestop at a much lower price.


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+ Skrawney on August 28th, 2012 at 7:08 pm said:

So ps2 classics are for a limited time only?


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+ Teflon02 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:09 pm said:

When is Crackle releasing on PS Vita?


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+ RidleysBox on August 28th, 2012 at 7:11 pm said:

@stmdpsn1 and CrusaderForever

Thanks, I keep forgetting about the touch screen options menu. Held the PS button with no luck, I should have thought a bit harder =p


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+ CartmanPat on August 28th, 2012 at 7:13 pm said:

Worse than usual. The Vita section literally has tumbleweeds in it because it’s so barren. The PSOne Classics fiasco is laughable a d the lack of communication as to why games work but cannot be downloaded directly is asinine. I realize that this is falling on deaf ears, but y’all needs to fix yourselves. Soon.


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+ violent23 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:13 pm said:

“+ Morgan Haro on August 28th, 2012 at 5:03 pm said:
3) we love the vita! there’s much to look forward to and you’ll be glad to be one of the early adopters when it’s all said and done.”

I too would like to know what you meant here Morgan because all I have to show as an early adopter is being the ever so lucky customer that gets to pay for overpriced hardware (250 for Vita, and way overpriced proprietary memory cards), overpriced software (30 bucks for a SD version of Metal Gear: Peace Walker when HD PS3 version is 20) and backwards compatibility with PSP and PSX games that is a joke. Not to mention the promised use of remote play for PS3 games and using the Vita as a controller for the PS3 that has yet to be delivered upon (and most likely will never be fully realized for either) in any kind of decent manner.

SO PLEASE MORGAN EXPLAIN TO US WHY BEING AN EARLY ADOPTER OF THIS JOKE OF A HANDHELD IS GOING TO MAKE US GLAD?


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+ SpooNManX on August 28th, 2012 at 7:15 pm said:

Sony really needs to rethink it’s digital game plan here…

So you can buy all 3 Ratchet and Clank games for $45 from PSN….
Ratchet & Clank ($14.99), Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando ($14.99), Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal ($14.99)

Or save $15.00 and buy the set from a retailer that starts with “A” and ends with “Z” for only $29.99?!

Does this make sense to anyone? Why wouldn’t I buy the actually disc with packaging that I can save and
play on any PS3 system now and into in the future or spend $15 more and get nothing but zeros and ones?

Seriously Sony. This should be cheaper for the digital version.. NOT MORE!
Savings from manufacturing and stocking costs are going where?


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+ DION3TO on August 28th, 2012 at 7:16 pm said:

Great update, guys! Thanks Sony!
But one question: any release date for Okami HD, please? I am dying for this game. And I bet lots of players are too :D


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+ Niko-Blue on August 28th, 2012 at 7:20 pm said:

I’m starting to think about sell my vita…there’s no games that i want to play on it


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+ gemuvan on August 28th, 2012 at 7:20 pm said:

Guys, but in exchange for mass amount of PS one games we have The Walking Dead Ep 3 and other stuff =)))… We all suffer beacause of Sony’s bad management. All companies begun to fall from bad management =). I mean, why can’t SCEE and SCEA cooperate with each other to make everyone happy?

P.S. I really hate this region crap.


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+ musicman182 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:26 pm said:

@ Kristine Steimer

I’m starting to sound like a broken record, but are we ever going to see those codes for the Super Stardust HD Impact DLC? It’s been 3 weeks, and I’m pretty much convinced at this point that they are never going to come.


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    + Kristine Steimer on August 28th, 2012 at 7:57 pm said:

    Hrrmm. I was told that they were sent out last week. I’m sure you already did, but I have to ask, did you check your XMB messages?


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+ BreakinBad on August 28th, 2012 at 7:29 pm said:

Just want to say thanks for actually responding and addressing the poor selection of initial PS One titles for NA for the Vita. I can understand wanting to get things right or whatever. I just found the total lack replies by Don Mesa rather insulting in the 1.80 post. Good communication can go a long way and we’ve grown accustomed to it here which only added insult to injury with that post.


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+ Asphaltum on August 28th, 2012 at 7:29 pm said:

I agree with violent23. The individuals who have invested their hard earned money on products and services that Sony provides deserve an explanation, not false promises and absolutely useless excuses. Also, why haven’t you guys done anything to get psp games like metal gear portable ops available for the vita. As far as I know its been available in Europe for the ps vita owners since launch. I assumed that the majority of vita’s sold were in North America. If we are your biggest market then why no respect.


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+ NorthernLitez on August 28th, 2012 at 7:40 pm said:

Well after watching Rockband Blitz on videos I thought it was going to be boring….WRONG! Great job (again) Harmonix this is a really fun game. A small requestion, which I believe others have said….PLEASE bring this to the VITA!


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+ DazeOfWar on August 28th, 2012 at 7:43 pm said:

Sony you have really pissed off a lot of customers this week. First we get another week Plus update and then you announce that the NA Vita update will only have 9 games. What’s next the 1gb cloud save is actually only 500mb for NA.

@Morgan: When you answer questions sometimes you seem to make things worse with your horrible scripted answers. Sometimes I think it would be better if you didn’t say anything. Sony has had plenty of time to work on getting the PSone support ready for the Vita. How bout you get us a more detailed answer as why in the hell EU and JP get way more games than us and don’t say we are working as fast as possible again. That’s just a sorry excuse.

You guys on the US blog really need to step up your game. You always give us everything halfa$$ed. You look at the EU blog and their Plus is full of details as when stuff like when the games each expire.

continued….


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+ UnstoppableOne on August 28th, 2012 at 7:48 pm said:

Hey Morgan/Kristine, any idea if or when we’ll see a demo for Rainbow Moon?

Thx


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+ DazeOfWar on August 28th, 2012 at 7:53 pm said:

continued from post #186:

The Vita update post was of course horrible and lacked any detail. Why not let people know that many games can be transferred by hooking the Vita to the PS3. It would have saved a lot of headaches and anger.

I’m surprised I never saw you answer any of the Plus update comments with “Wait till you see what’s coming next” cause it sure hasn’t gotten any better. I think the poll thing could work. So to get it started you could have a poll in September for November’s update. That way it would give you guys time to get it started. Then in October we would vote for December’s update. There now people would be happier cause I least they got to try and get something they were more interested in.

You do a pretty good job Morgan with responding to comments but you guys need to improve a lot on your customer service. People like shopping at places where the company appreciates their customers.


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+ angelbless45 on August 28th, 2012 at 7:54 pm said:

hmm nothing so interesting for Plus members today :(.

Btw, what happened to U3´s Fortune Hunter Club? why cant I get the new downloads for Free? :S


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+ Blu3bombr on August 28th, 2012 at 7:57 pm said:

Can you add some instructions on psone games on vita. For example how do I stretch the screen? and how do you switch discs like with games like final fantasy 7 there is no option the home button takes you to the menu


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+ Ryumoau on August 28th, 2012 at 7:59 pm said:

$15 for each Ratchet and Clank game…
$20 for Peace Walker…
$24 for an old Agarest jrpg game…

God, when will publishers learn to structure prices more reasonably on the psn store. this is ridiculous.


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+ dodgedoors on August 28th, 2012 at 8:02 pm said:

Don’t pick on the bloggers so much. They report what they have been told to say. We can all tell Morgan is chomping at the bit to tell us something to appease us but is being held back.

A guess I have is that PAX is going to drop something on us we never expected then The bloggers will be able to tell us what they’ve been dying to. We all know how this stuff goes. Major news can only be announced at conventions. SCEE had their opportunity on their home field (Europe) now SCEA has theirs with PAX in washington. Let’s wait Until the announcement next monday. A holiday mind you. Maybe they’ll have some promo “labor day of love” event or something. PAX will have something great for us, and hopefully lots great for plus members.


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+ FeddeCampo on August 28th, 2012 at 8:02 pm said:

Yayy!! I knew that my money left this month will be great to buy the next WD episode, Thnak you Sony Team!!!


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+ dodgedoors on August 28th, 2012 at 8:04 pm said:

@Blu3bombr Just put the finger to the screen and hold, all options will show up for you there.


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+ musicman182 on August 28th, 2012 at 8:04 pm said:

In response to my post #182.

Yes I’ve checked, and I just double checked again to make sure. And I know I’m not the only one….this is from the Super Stardust HD blog post…

“+ ronster1976 on August 26th, 2012 at 4:14 pm said:
@musicman182: Nothing yet here. I decided to buy early, hoping the code would show sooner than this…”


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+ BillyBoiDaPrince on August 28th, 2012 at 8:07 pm said:

just bought tony hawk and i love it!!


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+ dacalo on August 28th, 2012 at 8:07 pm said:

You know what’s sad? PS1 compatibility for NA was announced back in June during E3. That was almost 3 months ago. At that time, Jack’s remarks indicated that we would only be getting a small catalog of games, and lo and behold we really did.

Gamescom on the other hand, was only a few weeks ago, and Sony announced over 100 games for the EU region.

What does this tell us? Since June, SCEA didn’t work on expanding PS1 compatibility for NA. They were content releasing only a handful games. SCEE, on the other hand, had been working on PS1 compatibility. If SCEA is really working on expanding PS1 compatibility, they JUST STARTED doing it, not since E3. Is the team comprised of like 3 individuals or something? Lacking resource? WTH?


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+ saskamazon on August 28th, 2012 at 8:18 pm said:

to all the PS+ folks who enjoyed & wish to finish the Walking Dead series, you’re better off buying the seasons pass for $20 than the 3 $5 episodes, b/c this way you actually own all the content for a $5 difference …. all add on content to +freebies work the same way – if + expires, you can’t access the add on content …. I took the 2 free episodes of Walking Dead & loved them …. I have an investment to see my character through the end & wanted always to have access (even though I doubt I would discontinue plus) besides which, I think TellTale deserves financial support for the remarkable series they are producing ….. I don’t feel upset or cheated in the least by Sony …. they provided me an experience I would have otherwise missed out on (this is my 1st Zombie game) & since I have enjoyed it as much as I have, I was happy to pay for the experience …. I doubt the other 3 episodes will be free anytime soon, so might as well pony up & pay for the pleasure ….

LBP Vita was my #1 reason for a launch week purchase – so September is going to be an awesome month for me !


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