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Grace Chen's Avatar + Posted by Grace Chen on Sep 25, 2012 // Sr. Director, PlayStation Store

PlayStation Store Update

Pre-Orders

Dishonored ($59.99, $53.99 for Plus members)
Dishonored is an immersive first-person action game that casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. With Dishonored’s flexible combat system, creatively eliminate your targets as you combine the supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. Pre-order and receive an exclusive theme.
ESRB: M – Mature
DOOM 3 BFG Edition ($39.99, $35.99 for Plus members)
DOOM 3 BFG Edition is the ultimate collection of games that defined the first person shooter including DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM 3, and DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil, and the Lost Mission. Pre-order and receive an exclusive theme.
ESRB: M – Mature
NBA 2K13 ($59.99, $53.99 for Plus members)
Play one quarter of gameplay from the 2012 NBA Finals as the Miami Heat take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. Choose to play online over the PlayStation Network or offline against the AI or a friend sitting next to you. Pre-order and receive an exclusive theme.
ESRB: E – Everyone
Need for Speed: Most Wanted ($59.99, $53.99 for Plus members)
To be Most Wanted, you’ll need to outrun the cops, outdrive your friends, and outsmart your rivals. With a relentless police force gunning to take you down, you’ll need to make split second decisions. Use the open world to your advantage to find hiding spots, hit jumps and earn new vehicles to keep you one step ahead. Pre-order and receive an exclusive theme.
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+

PS3 Full Games

FIFA Soccer 13 ($59.99)
FIFA Soccer 13 captures the unpredictability of the real-world sport, ensuring no two matches play the same. The game features breakthrough gameplay innovations that create a true battle for possession and deliver freedom and creativity in attack, as well as engaging online features and live services that connect fans to the heartbeat of the sport—and to each other.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 6.1 GB
Dead or Alive 5 ($59.99)
Head-to-head battles with the hottest fighters in gaming and over-the-top interactive stages! This is fighting entertainment! This is Dead or Alive!
ESRB: M – Mature // File Size: 5.6 GB
Starhawk ($39.99)
From the creators of Warhawk comes a frenetic third person shooter adventure that allows you to command the combat by using the innovative Build & Battle system. Call down a vast arsenal of vehicles, weapons and fortifications to turn the tide of the battle in a full Single Player campaign, competitive Multiplayer mode, and 1-4 player Co-Op mode.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 13 GB
Mirror’s Edge ($14.99)
In a city where information is heavily monitored, where crime is just a memory, where most people sacrifice freedom for a comfortable life, some choose to live differently. They communicate using messengers called Runners. You are a Runner called Faith. Murder has come to this perfect city and now you are being hunted.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 4.86 GB

Bundles

PlayStation Store Update 9-25-2012

inFamous Collection ($39.99)
Take the role of an accidental hero who has been granted extraordinary abilities. From his unexpected origins to the explosive finale, evolve your powers to fulfill your destiny. Will you defeat the evil that awaits you, or will you bring about the destruction of the world? The choice is yours.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 25 GB
Ratchet & Clank Collection ($29.99)
Experience the classic adventures of the universe’s favorite Lombax, Ratchet and his robotic sidekick Clank in this PlayStation 2 trilogy now fully remastered in high definition! Wield the original tools of destruction as you travel from planet to planet unraveling their original story and explosive adventures in this PS3 system exclusive.
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone 10+ // File Size: 11.5 GB

PSN Games

PlayStation Store Update 9-25-2012

Tokyo Jungle ($14.99)
Everything is the enemy, and only the strongest will survive! With over 50 playable animals to choose from, unleash your inner beast to hunt your way to the top of Tokyo’s post-apocalyptic food chain. Whether in Story or Survival Mode, you never know where your next meal will come from or the dangers you’ll face, so be prepared for anything and everything.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 2.4 GB
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins ($14.99)
The heroes of Marvel are back on the fighting ground, ready to do battle with Capcom’s greatest legends, and with each other. In Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins, you get two classic 90s Marvel arcade games for the price of one! Both Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom retain their original fast-paced, over-the-top fighting action, and now feature upgraded HD visuals, online play, replay-saving, spectator mode, and a dynamic challenge system.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 233 MB
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit ($14.99)
Hell Yeah! is an insane action-adventure platformer. In Hell. You’re an angry rabbit with a thirst for vengeance, a super sawing jetpack driller and some seriously badass weapons. Explore, jump, shoot, loot, upgrade, drill and destroy Hell’s lost souls. ALL OF THEM. Spread chaos across 10 huge levels and show them who’s the daddy. Unleash the wrath of the dead rabbit. DO IT NOW!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 2.65 GB
One Piece Pirate Warriors ($49.99)
Join Monkey D. Luffy on his quest to become the Pirate King in a fully rendered masterpiece exclusively on the PlayStation 3 system!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 11 GB
Realms of Ancient War ($14.99)
Take control of a powerful Warrior, a dark Sorcerer or a Rogue master of stealth, and plunge into a grand quest full of action! R.A.W. the explosive Hack’n’Slash leads you, alone or in 2-player co-op, through many levels as rich as varied, full of deadly beasts and action! Gain experience and develop the power of your chosen character by learning new spells!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 833 MB
Starhawk Multiplayer ($19.99)
The complete Starhawk online experience! Engage in intense 32-player online battles with frenetic combat on foot, in vehicles, or in the air and discover a new type of shooter gameplay with the new Build & Battle system – instantly change the battlefield by calling down a variety of equipment, vehicles and fortifications. Take on waves of enemies and defend your claim in 1-4 player Co-Op mode, via 2 player split-screen, or online with your friends.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 6.53 GB

PS Vita

PlayStation Store Update 9-25-2012

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita ($35.99)
Welcome to LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita! Join Sackboy in a completely new adventure, filled with mystery, peril and excitement! The PS Vita’s front and back touch controls let you PLAY freely. Fully customize Sackboy and his world with the specialized CREATE tools, and discover endless levels SHARED by fans online. One week only- includes exclusive BioShock & Knights of Old Costume packs.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.1 GB
FIFA Soccer 13 ($39.99)
EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer 13 on PS Vita delivers the first true HD console soccer experience in the palm of your hands. Enjoy the award-winning FIFA console gameplay, HD graphics, and the largest feature set ever created by EA SPORTS for a handheld device.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 2.8 GB
Table Ice Hockey ($1.99)
Welcome to Table Ice Hockey, the fastest, hardest hitting AR Play experience on the PS Vita system! Lay down your AR Play cards and bring the world of Ice Hockey to life in front of your PS Vita system. Customize your teams, players and game modes including single player, 16-team tournaments, and ad-hoc multiplayer games. Are you ready to be named the Table Ice Hockey World Champion?
ESRB: E10+ – Everyone10+ // File Size: 54 MB

PSP

FIFA Soccer 13 ($39.99)
Winner of “Best Sports Game of E3” from the prestigious E3 Game Critics, FIFA 13 captures all the drama and unpredictability of real-world football. The game creates a true battle for possession across the entire pitch and delivers freedom and creativity in attack through gameplay innovations which revolutionize artificial intelligence, dribbling, ball control and physical play.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.3 GB
Final Fantasy III ($19.99)
First released in 1990, FINAL FANTASY III introduced series hallmarks such as the job system and summon spells, and became the first in the series to sell over a million copies. Reborn in full 3D in 2006, this classic installment of the FINAL FANTASY series has come to the PSP system with all new features!
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 233 MB

PS1 Classics

Turnabout ($5.99)
Take these puzzles out for a spin! Rotate the game board as you try to get the marble into the goal, and then create your own levels to challenge friends.
ESRB: E –Everyone // File Size: 30.1 MB

PS2 Classics

GTA III ($9.99)
Crime does pay. Grand Theft Auto 3 puts the dark, intriguing and ruthless world of crime at your fingertips, if you have enough guts to take it.
ESRB: M – Mature // File Size: 4.35 GB

PlayStation Store Highlights

This week’s store update is jam-packed full of new releases, pre-orders and more. The biggest full game releases this week are FIFA Soccer 13, which is available on PS3, PS Vita and PSP, Dead or Alive 5 and the digital version of LittleBigPlanet PS Vita. Starhawk and Mirror’s Edge round out the full game releases this week, and a couple of those classic collection bundles (namely Ratchet and Clank and inFamous) are hitting the store as well.

The PlayStation Store is offering a Day One Digital promotion for some of the hottest upcoming titles. NBA 2K13, Resident Evil 6, Dishonored, Assassin’s Creed III, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, 007 Legends and DOOM BFG Edition will all be available on the PlayStation Store day and date of their release. Select titles will be discounted for PlayStation Plus members, so be sure to check out all the details.

It’s a good week for Plus members – they’ll be treated with the single player campaign of Starhawk, along with discounts on quirky titles like Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit and Tokyo Jungle. Plus members also get access to some free downloadable content for both Starhawk and Tokyo Jungle, plus plenty of free avatars and themes.

As always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below. You can also chat about this update in the PlayStation Community Forums.

PlayStation Plus

PlayStation Store Update 9-25-2012

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Free PS3 Game Starhawk Single Player Campaign
Pre-Order Deals NBA 2K13 (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
Dishonored (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
DOOM BFG Edition(10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $35.99
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
Full Game Trial Mirror’s Edge
Free Themes Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Decepticon Dynamic Theme
Hell Yeah! Dynamic Theme
Free Avatars Hell Yeah! Ash 1 Avatar
Hell Yeah! Bomber Bee Avatar
Hell Yeah! Mickey Coral 2 Avatar
Hell Yeah! Pogorilla Avatar
Jet Set Radio Avatar
Jet Set Radio Beat Avatar
Jet Set Radio DJ Professor K Avatar
Jet Set Radio Graffiti Soul Avatar
Jet Set Radio Pots Avatar
Jet Set Radio Tab Avatar
Free Add-Ons Tokyo Jungle – Pomeranian Black Character
Tokyo Jungle – Pomeranian White Character
Tokyo Jungle – Silky Terrier Character
Tokyo Jungle – Fat Cat Character
Starhawk – Original Soundtrack
Starhawk – Pod Launcher
Starhawk – Grizzly Rig
Starhawk – Pod Launcher
Starhawk – Mire Prospector Map
Starhawk – Maw of Despair Prospector Map
Starhawk – Spectrum Series Vehicle Paint Jobs
Starhawk – Mega Extreme Series Vehicle Paint Jobs
Starhawk – Rally Series Vehicle Paint Jobs
Starhawk – Classic Warfighter Series Vehicle Paint Jobs
Starhawk – Sweet Tooth Outcast Skin
Starhawk – Shade Warrior Skin
Starhawk – Tyro Exussum Skin
Starhawk – Gamma Sacrum Skin
Starhawk – Rift Hunter Skin
Starhawk – Huxley Ardin Skin
Starhawk – Bishop Mullens Skin
Starhawk – Victor Rodriguez Skin
Discounts Tokyo Jungle (20% Off) – PS Plus Price: $11.99
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (20% Off) – PS Plus Price: $11.99
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron – Multiplayer Havoc Pack (40% Off) – PS Plus Price: $5.99
Last Chance (Leaving on 10/2) Borderlands (100% Off) – PS Plus Price: $0.00
Pre-Order NBA 2K13 (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
Lights, Camera, Party – Ape TV Crew Avatar (100% Off) – PS Plus Price: $0.00
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (10% Off) – PS Plus Price: $53.99
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron – Multiplayer Havoc Pack (40% Off) – PS Plus Price: $5.99
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron- Decepticon Dynamic Theme (100% Off) – PS Plus Price: $0.00

PS3 Game Demos (Free)

NBA 2K13
Play one quarter of gameplay from the 2012 NBA Finals as the Miami Heat take on the Oklahoma City Thunder. Choose to play online over the PlayStation Network or offline against the AI or a friend sitting next to you.
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 0.99 GB
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins
The heroes of Marvel are back on the fighting ground, ready to do battle with Capcom’s greatest legends, and with each other. In Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins, you get two classic 90s Marvel arcade games for the price of one! Both Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom retain their original fast-paced, over-the-top fighting action, and now feature upgraded HD visuals, online play, replay-saving, spectator mode, and a dynamic challenge system.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 233 MB
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
Hell Yeah! is an insane action-adventure platformer. In Hell. You’re an angry rabbit with a thirst for vengeance, a super sawing jetpack driller and some seriously badass weapons. Explore, jump, shoot, loot, upgrade, drill and destroy Hell’s lost souls. ALL OF THEM. Spread chaos across 10 huge levels and show them who’s the daddy. Unleash the wrath of the dead rabbit. DO IT NOW!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 2.65 GB
Starhawk Single Player Demo
Get a taste of pure Experience Build & Battle action! Take control of hired gun Emmett Graves as he reclaims the Echo Postal Relay from a ruthless band of Outcast in the free Starhawk Single Player Campaign demo! Call down a variety of equipment, vehicles and fortifications, and engage in action-packed run and gun game play, as you fight to reactivate the relay and send off a distress signal.
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 1.6 GB
Realms of Ancient War
Take control of a powerful Warrior, a dark Sorcerer or a Rogue master of stealth, and plunge into a grand quest full of action! R.A.W. the explosive Hack’n’Slash leads you, alone or in 2-player co-op, through many levels as rich as varied, full of deadly beasts and action! Gain experience and develop the power of your chosen character by learning new spells!
ESRB: T – Teen // File Size: 833 MB

PS Vita Game Demos (Free)

LittleBigPlanet
Welcome to LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita! In this trial, you will get to sample a slice of this all new action packed adventure. With full access to the all-new touchy-feely Create mode and Community levels and games. What are you waiting for!
ESRB: E – Everyone // File Size: 1.1 GB

Price Change

  • Breakquest – PS Mini (now: $X1.49 original price: $3.99)
  • Normal Tanks – PS Mini (now: $1.49 original price: $3.99)
  • Spec Ops: The Line – PS3 Full Game (now: $39.99 original price: $59.99)
  • Starhawk – Digital Soundtrack (now: $0.99 original price: $9.99)

Sales

  • Crazy Taxi – PSN Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
  • Wakeboarding HD – PSN Game (now: $4.99 original price: $9.99)
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Add-On Content
  • LIGHTNING: REQUIEM OF THE GODDESS (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • MOG’S OUTFITS: A WONDROUS WARDROBE (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • NOEL’S OUTFIT: BLACK MAGE (now: $1.49 original price: $X2.99)
  • NOEL’S OUTFIT: EZIO AUDITORE (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • NOEL’S OUTFIT: N7 ARMOR (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • NOEL’S OUTFIT: SPACETIME GUARDIAN (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • OPPONENT: GILGAMESH (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • OPPONENT: LIGHTNING & AMODAR (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • OPPONENT: NABAAT (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • OPPONENT: PUPU (now: $0.99 original price: $1.99)
  • OPPONENT: ULTROS & TYPHON (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)
  • SAZH: HEADS OR TAILS? (now: $2.49 original price: $4.99)
  • SERAH’S OUTFIT: BEACHWEAR (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • SERAH’S OUTFIT: N7 ARMOR (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • SERAH’S OUTFIT: WHITE MAGE (now: $1.49 original price: $2.99)
  • SNOW: PERPETUAL BATTLEFIELD (now: $1.99 original price: $3.99)

PS Vita Add-ons

Little Big Planet PS Vita
  • Online Pass ($9.99) – Thank you for purchasing LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita. Download the Online Pass to unlock this game’s full online features.
  • Launch Rare T-Shirt ($4.99)
Pinball Arcade
  • Table Pack 4 ($4.99) – Creature from the Black Lagoon was designed by the legendary John Trudeau. “Creature” combines the excitement of watching a famous Universal monster flick with the fun of a drive-in movie date. The player has to save their date from the Creature and is rewarded by seeing the world’s first ever pinball hologram! This classic table also features story and dialog from the movie. Cross-entitled for PS3.

PS3 Add-ons

The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Stan Lee Adventure Pack ($3.99) – Play as Stan Lee and web-sling through NYC in an amazing race across Manhattan!
  • Rhino Challenge ($2.99) – Rampage through NYC as Rhino!
  • Oscorp Search and Destroy Pack ($2.99) – Unlock the Oscorp Search & Destroy Pack! Gain exclusive access to two new mini-games featured on Spider-Man’s in-game cell phone.
  • Lizard Rampage Pack ($3.99) – Purchase the Lizard Rampage Pack and unlock the playable Lizard character and Vigilante Spider-Man Suit!
  • DLC Bundle ($9.99) – Get all the downloadable content for The Amazing Spider-Man for one great price!
Armored Core V
  • Modelers Compatibility Pack ($0.00) – Download this free pack to allow online interaction with other players who have purchased the Modelers Pack.
  • Modelers Pack ($9.99) – The Modelers Pack features 473 different items. The pack consists of Repainted Parts, Emblems, Workshop Backgrounds and Pilot Models. The parts included will allow players to customize their AC set-up. Download today and let the battle begin!
Darksiders II
  • Argul’s Tomb ($6.99) – A whole new dungeon to explore, further extending the Darksiders II experience. Please note this item is NOT included in Season Pass which ONLY includes the Maker Armor Set, The Abyssal Forge, and The Demon Lord Belial. Visit darksiders.com for more details.
  • Death Rides Pack ($6.99) – Featuring multiple exclusive side-quests, this pack allows the most fearless adventurers to explore more of the Maker’s Realm and Dead Plains and earn additional experience and loot. Aid an ancient Construct, battle The Bloodless and retrieve Karn’s lost treasure in this unique game play content. Please note this item is NOT included in Season Pass which ONLY includes the Maker Armor Set, The Abyssal Forge, and The Demon Lord Belial.
Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII
  • F4F-FM2 ‘Panther’ Wildcat ($3.99) – The FM2 variant of the Wildcat sacrifices two guns in exchange for a significantly more powerful engine.
  • F6F-5N ‘Crusader’ Hellcat ($3.99) – This night-fighter variant of the Hellcat features increased speed and agility.
  • P-40N ‘Blackfin’ Warhawk ($3.99) – The P-40N variant features an even more powerful engine than its predecessor.
  • P-61 “Mauler” Black Widow ($3.99) – The P-61 Black Widow was a capable and deadly night-fighter.
  • P-80 “Bolt” Shooting Star ($3.99)
Gran Turismo 5
  • Nissan GT-R N24 GT Academy ’12 ($0.99) – Expand your Gran Turismo 5 experience with the Nissan GT-R N24 GT Academy ’12, which raced in the 2012 Nürburgring 24 hour race to Gran Turismo 5. Relive the victory at the Nürburgring with this car which won the SP8T class.
  • Honda weider HSV-010 (SUPER GT) ’11 ($0.99) – Expand your Gran Turismo 5 experience with the Honda Weider HSV-010 (SUPER GT) ’11, a racecar that competed in the GT500 class of Japan’s Super GT series. Add this high performance Honda Racing machine to your garage today.
  • Subaru BRZ S ’12 ($0.99) – Expand your Gran Turismo 5 experience with the brand new SUBARU BRZ S ’12, a compact front engine rear wheel drive (FR) powered by a horizontally opposed engine.
Pinball Arcade
  • Table Pack 4 ($4.99) – Creature from the Black Lagoon was designed by the legendary John Trudeau. “Creature” combines the excitement of watching a famous Universal monster flick with the fun of a drive-in movie date. The player has to save their date from the Creature and is rewarded by seeing the world’s first ever pinball hologram! This classic table also features story and dialog from the movie. Cross-entitled for PS Vita.
Rock Band 3 – Build your Rock Band library by purchasing song game tracks. For music credits, visit www.RockBand.com.
  • Bland Street Bloom ($1.99) – SikTh
  • Brain Stew/Jaded ($1.99) – Green Day
  • Broken Bones ($1.99) – Aiden
  • Flesh and Blood ($0.99) – Edge
  • Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) ($1.99) – Green Day
  • Keep the Lights On ($1.99) – Close Your Eyes
  • Minority ($1.99) – Green Day
  • Oh Love ($1.99) – Green Day
  • Warning ($1.99) – Green Day
  • Skinny Seventeen ($0.99) – Jeremy Manjorin
  • Green Day Pack 03 ($8.49) –Includes ‘Brain Stew/Jaded,’ ‘Good Riddance (Time of Your Life),’ ‘Minority,’ ‘Oh Love,’ and ‘Warning.’
Starhawk
  • Victor Rodriguez Skin ($0.99) – Victor Rodriguez is a skilled Union Rift Miner — as capable with a wrench as he is with a gun, and includes 11 top of the line pieces of Union gear in a variety of colors and corporate affiliations totaling 38 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Tyro Exussum Skin ($0.99) – The Tyro Exussum is a newly reborn Outcast warrior with a newfound rage and devotion to the Source, including 5 pieces of charred and twisted Rifter gear and mutated flesh, totaling 17 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Sweet Tooth Outcast Skin ($0.99) – Straight from the award-winning Twisted Metal franchise, everyone’s favorite homicidal clown Sweet Tooth is even more twisted after exposure to Rift energy, and features 5 new sickeningly sweet mutations totaling 15 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Rally Series Vehicle Paint Jobs ($0.99) – The Rally Series pack features 9 eye-catching vehicle paint schemes inspired by the vibrant colors and slick graphics of the world’s fastest cars with support for all 5 Starhawk vehicles including the new Grizzly Rig, and is the best choice for players wanting to give their vehicles a sporty look!
  • Mire Prospector Map ($2.49) – Looking for a new co-op experience? Try the exciting new Prospector map on Cypress — The Mire! Battle through and extended set of 8 Outcast waves as you and your friends defend not just one… but THREE Rift Extractors in this challenging new co-op mission!
  • Mega Extreme Series Vehicle Paint Jobs ($0.99) – The Mega Extreme pack features 10 of the wildest vehicle paint schemes ranging from animal prints to graffiti graphics, with support for all 5 Starhawk vehicles including the new Grizzly Rig, and is the top choice for players with extreme style!
  • Grizzly Rig ($4.99) – The Grizzly Rig is a brutal new exo-armor upgrade for ground troops and a fantastic addition to any player’s Build & Battle arsenal! Lead the charge into enemy territory with enhanced movement and powerful Gauss-Cannon or stay back and defend your own territory with smashing melee attacks and the Grizzly’s EMP blast that disables enemy vehicles and structures!
  • Gamma Sacrum Skin ($0.99) – The Gamma Sacrum is a cunning and mystical Outcast shaman in complete harmony with the Source and features 5 new ceremonial mutations for all of the New Frontier’s major tribes totaling 15 entirely new options for multiplayer player customization!
  • Classic Warfighter Series Vehicle Paint Jobs ($0.99) – The Classic Warfighter pack features 4 exquisitely crafted vehicle paint schemes inspired by the American, British, Japanese and
  • German air-forces in WWII with support for all 5 Starhawk vehicles including the new Grizzly Rig, and is perfect for players looking for that vintage style!
  • Bishop Mullens Skin ($0.99) – Bishop Mullens is a battle hardened veteran that fought against the initial Outcast rebellion on Cypress and includes 5 rugged pieces Rifter equipment in a variety of colors totaling 15 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Spectrum Series Vehicle Paint Jobs ($0.99) – The Spectrum pack features 11 vivid, solid color vehicle paint schemes with support for all 5 Starhawk vehicles including the new Grizzly Rig, and is ideal for players looking for a simple yet bold style!
  • Shade Warrior Skin ($0.99) – The Shade Warrior is a battle-damaged Outcast Guardian who’s countless wounds are a testament to his devotion to the Source, and features 5 new ferocious mutations totaling 15 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Rift Hunter Skin ($0.99) – The Rift Hunter is an old, rogue prospector who relies on grit and instinct to claim his share of the lucrative “blue gold,” and features 3 pieces of distinguished Rifter equipment totaling 3 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Pod Launcher ($4.99) – The Pod Launcher is a state-of-the-art rapid troop deployment cannon and a massive addition to any player’s Build & Battle arsenal! This new Build & Battle structure provides a great tactical upgrade on both offense and defense as you launch yourself deep into enemy territory or use the Pod Launcher to jump from base to base in the blink of an eye!
  • Maw of Despair Prospector Map ($2.49) – Located beneath the surface of Dust in an abandoned Rift mine, The Maw of Despair is home to the oldest Outcast group, the Shade Warriors, known for their ruthlessness and honed combat skills. The firefights you’ll encounter in the Maw of Despair co-op mission will push your gaming skills to the edge!
  • Huxley Ardin Skin ($0.99) – Huxley Ardin is part man part machine with a mechanical genius matched only by his good friend Sidney Cutter, and includes 5 industrial pieces of Rifter equipment totaling 5 entirely new options for multiplayer customization!
  • Echo Scrapyard ($0.00) – Download the Echo Scrapyard Multiplayer Homeworld, featuring Huxley Ardin’s mechanics shop and junkyard – known throughout the Frontier as the best place for Rifters to race and test their Razorback 4×4 and Sidewinder Jetbike skills in the winding network or roads and trails located deep in the canyon basin.
    - New Rifter Homeworld for online Multiplayer games
    - Invite friends, create a party, and strategize before entering a new match
Tokyo Jungle

Animal Character Bundle 1 ($2.49)

  • Black Pomeranian Character ($0.99) – Download this character to play as the Black Pomeranian in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • White Pomeranian Character ($0.99) – Download this character to play as the White Pomeranian in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • Silky Terrier Character ($0.99) – Download this character to play as the Silky Terrier in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • Fat Cat Character ($0.99) – Download this character to play as the Fat Cat in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • Toro Plush Character ($0.00) – Download this character to play as the Toro Plush in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • Kuro Plush Character ($0.00) – Download this character to play as the Kuro Plush in TOKYO JUNGLE.
  • Kulche Plush Character ($0.00) – Download this character to play as the Kulche Plush in TOKYO JUNGLE.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
  • Massive Fury Pack ($9.99) – Download this pack to get a host of new characters for Multiplayer (AUTOBOT HOUND, KICKBACK, SHARPSHOT and HARDSHELL). In addition you also get the Generation 2 BRUTICUS colors and 2 unique weapons for use in the single player Campaign (Retro Blaster and Shock Cannon). Lastly, G1 OPTIMUS PRIME is also included for use in both the single player Campaign or Multiplayer.

Game Videos (Free)

  • ASSASSIN’S CREED III ANVIL TRAILER
  • ASSASSIN’S CREED III NAVAL WARFARE TRAILER
  • GRID 2 ANNOUNCEMENT TRAILER
  • REALMS OF ANCIENT WAR – OVERVIEW TRAILER
  • XCOM: ENEMY UNKOWN – CASUALITIES OF WAR TRAILER

PS3 Avatars

  • DARKSIDERS II – DEATH SKULLS AVATAR — $0.49
  • DARKSIDERS II – DEATH TAROT AVATAR — $0.49
  • DARKSIDERS II – DEATH WALL RUNNER AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7 – YUAN SHAO AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: DAQIAO AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: DING FENG AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: JIA XU AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: LING TONG AVATAR — $0.49
  • DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: MA DAI AVATAR — $0.49
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+ TerraAshura on September 26th, 2012 at 8:41 am said:

@221

Liscensing issues, if I had to guess. It’s the reason we’re getting GTA III just now when it was scheduled for release at least or around a month ago. One small bit of liscensing prevented it from being enabled for download.


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+ Remmy8199 on September 26th, 2012 at 8:51 am said:

I see they finally got a new PSOne Classic for PS3. Nothing I’m really interested in though. At least they got GTA3(finally). Might give that one a go since it’s the only GTA game I haven’t played. I’ll give them points for that one. Thanks!!!


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+ igorrocks2 on September 26th, 2012 at 9:01 am said:

LightBox Interactive and Sony team:
Every time I press START or go to Multiplayer in Starhawk game freeze on its own… Please guys fix this… There a person on page 4 or 5 state same thing for multiplayer .., main while I try to redownload game will post if this fix the problem…
Thank you, please respond.
P.S. I bought full game on PSN store.


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+ XpAcErX on September 26th, 2012 at 9:13 am said:

21 replies and not one addresses the Final Fantasy 3 debacle. Ignoring the people wont make the problem go away. This is just a huge disappointment since i was really looking forward to this title playable on my vita.


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+ The_Cowboy_Poet on September 26th, 2012 at 9:19 am said:

Hey Kristine,
It’d be great to get some clarification on FFIII working for some people on the Vita but not others… a lot of us are out 20 dollars so it’d be great to get some support from the fine folks at Sony! Thanks :)


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 9:52 am said:

    Hey there, so I’m not sure why FFIII worked on Vita for some people, but this title (to my knowledge) isn’t Vita compatible for the moment. We’ll try to be more clear in future Store posts and add in when PSP games are available on Vita, and we’ll check in with third party to see if we can get clarification on whether FFIII will be available on Vita in the future.


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 9:28 am said:

@257/258

from what i read last night, when it first got released, everyone who owned a vita could download it thru the vita after they purchased it on the ps3. Then sony “fixed” the error and now no one can download it to the vita. I dont know why this happened, i would love to knw why the vita was blocked as well


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+ Vitor_Carvalho_ on September 26th, 2012 at 9:40 am said:

NEED FOR SPEEEEEEED!!!


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+ sangregtf on September 26th, 2012 at 9:42 am said:

yup, i got beat for 10 bucks! the online pass description is not clear. it just says “unlock all the online features for starhawk” or something to that effect. it does not specify that it is for used or rented games. this is very misleading, especially since the link is placed directly under the free single player campaign in the playstion plus new arrivals section under starhawk in the playstation store. not a happy camper.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 10:30 am said:

    Hey there, really sorry about the confusion — if you downloaded the Single Player campaign from Plus the online pass doesn’t give you multiplayer access, the stand alone “Starhawk Multiplayer” item will. Online pass is only for people who have a used version of the game. Agreed that the Store messaging is confusing and we’re working to get that updated as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can contact customer service for a refund:

    PHONE
    800-345-SONY (7669)
    7 Days a Week 6:00AM – 10:00PM Pacific


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+ The_Cowboy_Poet on September 26th, 2012 at 10:17 am said:

Thanks Kristine! Hopefully Square will release it to the Vita soon.


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+ Kobun04 on September 26th, 2012 at 10:17 am said:

@258

Thanks Kristine. Adding Vita compatibility would really be beneficial to future store updates.

I know I tried the back door method of using the PS3 to buy and downloading it on my Vita, but I understand I took a gamble. If it’s not on Vita PSN, then I shouldn’t assume that I can download it on the Vita.


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+ MAABAB on September 26th, 2012 at 10:23 am said:

I searched for further information regarding the compatibility of Final Fantasy III on the PS Vita and there seems to be a lot of misinformation regarding this. One site, GamingExaminer.com, states that Square Enix gave them confirmation that it was available for the PS Vita in North America about two hours ago while this site is stating it is not compatible. I bough this title and was also rather disappointed and surprised when I could not play it on my PS Vita. So, what is the final word regarding the compatibility issue blog team? If it helps, I could give further information on the site that stated that they got confirmation from Square Enix if needed.


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+ WoundedUnderwear on September 26th, 2012 at 10:25 am said:

Nice update but whats the deal with only giving “THEME” as a Pre-Order Bonuses. Yes, I know PLUS user get anextra 10% discount , but not all Pre-Order games are offer with the 10% discount. Is this a joke, why are you guys at Sony laughing at us with these lame Pre-Order Bonuses.


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+ GhostMachine1 on September 26th, 2012 at 10:27 am said:

Kristine, you are super friendly and helpful. Who is that girl with the boxing gloves where we click to get to this store update blog? Sports Champions 2? :)


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 11:03 am said:

    Dead or Alive 5!


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 10:31 am said:

@258
actually, theres quite a few ps1 games not in the vita store that you can download thru your ps3. As far as i know and done, all the Final fantasy with the exception of 5 can be downloaded to the vita thru the ps3, well, 3 & 5 now.

But no offense or dissrespect kristine, but if some people are able to play ff3 fine on the vita, the ones who downloaded it wihtin the first 2 hours of being rleased, i would say its vita compatible. I read online that scea “fixed” the issue, and then suddenly it couldnt be downloaded anymore, but still playable. One of my friends at work actually has it on his and i tried it out and plays fine. So i dont get why they are saying its not compatible.


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+ Metal_Mgs on September 26th, 2012 at 10:31 am said:

Hey Kristine,
I was reading your comments on the FFIII not being compatible with the vita, however Square-enix themselves stated it should be Vita compatible at launch. Not to be a jerk or rude or anything, but wouldn’t the problem lie with Sony? Square already confirmed it, its on their website as well. It is quite weird that the game was available for Vita as soon as the store updated, only to have it removed hours later.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 11:08 am said:

    Ummm, yes, I see what you’re talking about now and that is confusing. I already sent out a note and am awaiting a response, but will add this bit of info too. Appreciate everyone’s patience on this! Will try to get it figured out ASAP.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 4:16 pm said:

    Answer: There are still a few more steps for the game to clear to ensure that the game runs properly on Vita before it can be cleared for release. So, while it isn’t compatible with Vita right now, it should be in the future. Not the best answer, I know, but at least you guys will be all set when the game is cleared for release! Square has also updated their messaging to reflect this.


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 10:44 am said:

@268, @sony and @kristine

Square-enix website
http://na.square-enix.com/finalfantasyiii/go/article/view/final_fantasy_25th_anniversary/260137/final_fantasy_iii_available_now_for_psp!

“Now you can experience FINAL FANTASY III and take the experience portably through the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and PlayStation Vita (PSVita)! All your favorite FINAL FANTASY titles from the PlayStation era are available at the palm of your hand, a thrilling experience for any Sony user!”

So i agree, if even the publisher website says its compatible with vita, something seems really fishy here sony…


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 4:16 pm said:

    See my response above.


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+ MAABAB on September 26th, 2012 at 11:00 am said:

@ Blog Team

If possible, could you guys look further into the compatibility for Final Fantasy III on the PS Vita with the developer if you don’t mind. That way, at least some of the misinformation is mitigated.


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+ DarkOne_PR on September 26th, 2012 at 11:01 am said:

sooo…. no crono cross for my vita…. that sucks…


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 11:05 am said:

i contacted square-enix, they say it IS compatible wiht the vita and not sure why its not showign up in the vita store. They are going to investagate as well to figure out whats going on. One of my other comments is awaiting moderation prob because it has a link to the square-enix site showing them saying its compatible with vita. lmao. So anyone that goes to thier site it says its compatible.


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+ MAABAB on September 26th, 2012 at 11:12 am said:

@ Krisitine

Thanks for replying about the Final Fantasy III compatibility issue!!!


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+ MAABAB on September 26th, 2012 at 11:13 am said:

Sorry, I meant Kristine.


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+ onslaughtree on September 26th, 2012 at 11:34 am said:

On a side note. I’m playing Alien Crush on my Vita , and it is AWESOME !!!!!!.


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+ DavidSchrader on September 26th, 2012 at 11:43 am said:

Where is God of War Saga?!?!? My son-in-law’s PS3 has a broken BluRay drive and we have been anxiously awaiting this release.

This was advertised as being available Digital along with Rachet & Clank & Infamous Collections. Why is there no response to this major oversight?


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 12:43 pm said:

    I’m just waiting for people to get back to me…will update you guys when I can!


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 1:33 pm said:

    So, rather unfortunate news — due to the size of God of War III, we won’t be able to put the God of War Saga on the PlayStation Store for download just yet. We’re hoping to fix file size issues like this in the future, so hopefully it’ll come to the Store at a later date. Apologies for the confusion and disappointment, I know it appeared that we would be able to do it before.


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+ mrdevilstoyou on September 26th, 2012 at 11:49 am said:

Please have a firmware update to add external storage for your digital purchases. I have a 500GB internal drive that is almost full, and these new releases are going to force me to delete old ones, or put in a new internal (which will be a nightmare with transferring all the data) If I could just plug in an external usb drive to add additional content, I will be set!


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+ chaoslobster on September 26th, 2012 at 1:20 pm said:

I love how Sony is still hiding behind the developer as an excuse — “not our fault, talk to the developer!” when Square Enix is telling people that FFIII is definitely Vita compatible, was always meant to be, verified to work on Vita by SE themselves, and promoted as such.

Then SONY purposely blocked it for some reason. I’d like my $20 back please.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 2:19 pm said:

    I’m sorry if that’s how you interpreted my original post, that wasn’t my intention. That said, we are aware that this is an issue, we’re looking into what happened and what the next steps are.


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+ Ryumoau on September 26th, 2012 at 1:44 pm said:

Kristine, you still haven’t answered questions about the lie Sony told earlier this year about Plus members getting a discount on Ratchet and Clank HD collection on psn.
It makes no sense for Plus members to not be able to get a discount on a SONY first party game. I just don’t understand you guys sometimes.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 1:55 pm said:

    Sorry, I thought I had…as you can probably tell it’s been a very hectic day. Here’s what I meant to post:

    So, there was never an official announcement of Plus discounts on the Ratchet & Clank collection, it was really just an accidental thing that slipped out on the Store post before the details were final (and that’s why we removed that portion of the Store post, which you’ll notice now). Although there’s no discount for them this week, it is something we’re looking at for future Plus benefits. I don’t want to put a timeline on that though, since as you can tell, things do change.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 2:24 pm said:

    annnd, by “official announcement” I mean the PS Plus dedicated blog posts.


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+ maxlovesamber on September 26th, 2012 at 2:46 pm said:

I went in to Gamestop to preorder LBP Vita and they said “oh It’s out early so here’s a copy.” I bought it and got it home disappointed that I couldnt get the preorder DLC and was surprised to find that my case had a flier inside that said thank you for preordering and here’s the code for the dlc skins. I put in the code and was only given the online pass. So now I’ve paid 40 during week one launch (technically before) and have no skins to show for it despite my efforts.


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+ chaoslobster on September 26th, 2012 at 2:52 pm said:

Kristine, for what it’s worth I’m not referring to you. You’re only allowed to say what somebody higher up tells you you’re allowed to say, and that must be frustrating.

I’m referring to the knee-jerk customer service response I got when asking if FFIII would be Vita compatible. “That will be up to the developer” or words to that effect. Obviously, it’s not up to the developer at all, because Square Enix clearly intended the game to be playable on Vita and it was all Sony and only Sony who decided to go against their wishes.

Apparently without even bothering to tell Square, judging by the fact that a couple hours ago the Square management folks were still Tweeting that FFIII is indeed playable on Vita and wondering if maybe people for whom it didn’t work might be using an outdated version of the Vita system software.

I hope for your sake, Kristine, that whomever you contacted has a response that involves the words “oops” and “we’ll fix this” because a lot of people are out $20 and this one isn’t going to be swept under the rug. We know it isn’t your personal fault, but you’re the face of the company and we have no other way to make our dissatisfaction heard.


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 4:14 pm said:

    No worries, and I appreciate your understanding.

    I have an answer for FFXIII — there are still a few more steps for the game to clear to ensure that the game runs properly on Vita before it can be cleared for release. So, while it isn’t compatible with Vita right now, it should be in the future. Not the best answer, I know, but at least you guys will be all set when the game is cleared for release!


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    + Kristine Steimer on September 26th, 2012 at 4:15 pm said:

    Roman numeral fail. I meant FFIII.


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+ hurricane2001 on September 26th, 2012 at 2:58 pm said:

I have been a fan of Sony since the PS One came out!! I have defended Sony in all there mishaps! But this draws the Line.. How could you guys lie stright to our faces and say that Final Fantasy 3 wasn’t meant to play on the Vita when SE is telling us it was? This is crap I’m very upset I paid $19.99 for a game that I can’t even play. Then you wonder why people start to Hack there Vitas and PSP!! This is why cause you guys shaft us every chance you get!! Always remember “Remember Without us customers there wouldn’t be a Playstation” I hope this problem gets fix and gets fix fast.. The PSP is Dead!!!


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+ ClutchAngel on September 26th, 2012 at 4:28 pm said:

Nice Add ons


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+ Sevyne on September 26th, 2012 at 5:04 pm said:

I’m sorry Kristine, but your excuses for FFIII are total BS. You seem to be ignoring the fact that for the first few hours it was on the store it WAS Vita compatible and working just fine. Sony “fixed” it to NOT work. It was ALL Sony and only Sony who caused this problem. You aren’t taking steps to make sure it runs properly on Vita because you REMOVED the ability for it to run shortly after it’s release. But hey, go ahead and ignore all of those posts that clearly state this.


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+ Sevyne on September 26th, 2012 at 5:08 pm said:

This terrible service is why I’m really thinking about just selling my Sony products and moving on to somewhere that doesn’t treat their customers like complete morons. SCEA is one of the biggest fails out there.


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 5:45 pm said:

hey hey hey @288/289

Calm yourself, its not her fault or her doing. This is strictly sony and sony only. She can only post what shes been told and allowed to post. Maybe she agrees wiht us that its all bs, but she has to tout the company line. Anyone who works in a business HAS to do what thier bosses say. So dont take it out on her, its not her doing.

This is the problem with people these days, just like in retail stores, someone buys a product from say sony, they arnt happy wiht it, so they go and yell at the customer service rep at the store, its not the customer service reps fault or doing, but you people seem to not care and just blame them for all the companys wrong doings.
Think before you yell at someone. Im just as mad about what happened as well as many others, but you dont see us all yelling at her. If your that mad, call sony yourself and ask for a manager or supervisor, dont yell at the help. That or just go return your products and move on.

Sorry kristine that some are uncivilized.


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+ The_Cowboy_Poet on September 26th, 2012 at 5:47 pm said:

Don’t listen to the trolls, it’s obvious a much more complicated situation than just hitting Vita compatibility on/off. Thanks for the help Kristine!


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+ Teflon02 on September 26th, 2012 at 6:01 pm said:

please answer this question!
on FUNimations site they said Shakugan no SHANA Second episode 1 was going to be on ps yesterday for free, but it didn’t show up, up till now and i wanna get my free episode. I’m assuming it will release with the traditional updates tmrw? I just wanna know will we be screwed or will we get our free episode?
Been dying for season 2 and now i have a chance to put its first ep on my vita so please don’t screw us on that.
PS. talk to FUNimation about releasing a vita app cause plenty would subscribe if they did that since they do subs and dubs, best of both worlds


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+ Teflon02 on September 26th, 2012 at 6:14 pm said:

Sevyne
i like your c comments usually cause people like you are the ones to make sony pick up the slack, but really? Sony is the only competitor to work with the community, I’m sorry but everywhere is worse, one competitor makes you pay for online while throwing ads at yiu EVERYWHERE and on top of that would ban people for early copies of games. The other has a horrible store and No cross buy compatibility with no advancements and far behind tech wise. Things are not always Sonys fault. FFIII wasn’t, I do get frustrated by the PSP/Vita compatibility list still missing Peace Walker and SEGA Genesis collection (works through ps3). But whatever I got a bunch of awesomeness like Legend of Heroes, FFIV and so on, I want FFIII and FFV compatibility and FFI & II on PSN so I can have 1-9 on my Vita before 10 releases on it.


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+ Sevyne on September 26th, 2012 at 6:19 pm said:

@Teflon02: Man, I try to stay hopeful but SCEA really tests my tolerance. Also FFIII was Sony’s fault. It was working until they messed with it.


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+ BrendanCBear on September 26th, 2012 at 6:27 pm said:

I’m sorry Sony, but I don’t buy the fact that it’s Square Enix’s fault that FFIII isn’t working with the PS Vita. There are PSN users, Redditors, and GameFAQs users that all got the chance to download it to their Vita and then a couple hours later in everybody’s download list “This item cannot be downloaded to a PS Vita system.”

That sure seems fishy, doesn’t it.

Especially when a good title like LittleBigPlanet PS Vita comes out on the same day? Even the lack of PS One titles, this week – it all points to one thing, you’re trying to get us to buy one game, that likely some of us don’t care about, and yet we don’t get the games we already own or the games we want because you want to force YOUR WAY upon us.

That’s not how business works if you actually want to stay afloat.


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+ techoverride on September 26th, 2012 at 6:39 pm said:

Picked up Tokyo Jungle..and the Animal bundle pack 1.. I LOVE IT!!! It’s like nothing I have ever played before!


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+ onslaughtree on September 26th, 2012 at 6:53 pm said:

To the bloggers that are complaining about FFIII not working on your Vita’s. SHAME ON YOU…
(1) shame on YOU for not doing your research on what games are playable on Vita.
(2) shame on YOU for casting your fustrations out on a young lady that is just doing her JOB by anwering your questions on why something is as it is.
(3) shame on YOU for paying $20 for a game which in its own right, should be priced at around $10, (As is most other upper teir classic titles)…
Not mad at you guys, but you all should know better.


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 6:57 pm said:

@297, shame on you for not getting your facts right

(1) most of us HAVE done the research, if you goto square-enix website, it says right on thier own site that it IS compatiable wiht both the PSP AND VITA

(2) not all of us are taking it out on poor kristine, only 1 or 2 people are, and the rest of us put them back in thier place saying its not her fault that its entirely all sony.

i cant argue with #3, but if thats what sony wants to charge, thats fine, but if poeple pay for something that the creators of the game say will work on a system and has been proved to work on the system, then they do have a right to gripe about it.

just saying


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+ Sevyne on September 26th, 2012 at 6:58 pm said:

Umm, they DID do their research. Square Enix even said it was ready and playable on Vita. Guess what? It was for a few hours after it released on PSN then Sony blocked it and are trying to act like they didn’t do anything to it. How about reading the comments before posting that nonsense?


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+ TdawgX on September 26th, 2012 at 7:13 pm said:

At this point, everyone is in such an uproar over FF3, truthfully i think this can only end in 1 of 2 ways sony.

1: Tell us why u took the game off the shelf for the vita, if there was a bug or some type of security risk, just tell the community, 99% of us would understand, but at this point it from our point of view, it looks like ur just screwing the vita users on purpose.

or

2: Unlock the game and let everyone download it like we should be able too. I say unlock at 10.00, but thats just getting a little greedy. Most of us would be fine paying 20.00, but only if we can actually play the game like its suppose too.

otherwise this anger will just keep growing and growing and prob start to spread to other post you do on your site till we get some kind of response one way or the other. but thats just my opnion


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+ mbruck_7 on September 26th, 2012 at 7:32 pm said:

Anyway GTA 3 can be fixed so the controller doesn’t turn off when you turn on the game and shut it down?


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+ Zyrish on September 26th, 2012 at 7:43 pm said:

I wish it was FFXIII


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+ ImprisonedTitan on September 26th, 2012 at 8:02 pm said:

Awesome update this week!


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+ SnapYoFinger on September 26th, 2012 at 8:03 pm said:

Love the update. I had one question though..I just pre ordered nba 2k13..will the all star dlc be included in it or is it just the free theme+the game.


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+ mrmotosuwa68 on September 26th, 2012 at 8:23 pm said:

Sony,
Before answering our questions try to get your answers straight.Regarding FF iii not being Vita compatible apparently their publisher thought it was.I’m assuming it came as a shock to them to later hear that it wasn’t.You do understand people are trying to support the Vita and give you money right?Before saying it’s the publishers fault for a game not being playable you might want to check with them 1st or at least check what you make available to play.There are well over 100 games available to transfer to the Vita yet your list is less than 50 I believe.It seems as though no real communication goes on between teams based and the continual errors and retractions.Why have people answer blogs when they seem to not be given information?How many users learned through other users how to transfer their ps1 games through our ps3 and not be limited to the launch 8 or 9 games?We come here for information, help,news and get alot of I don’t know,it was an error,let me find out…I’d go out on a limb and say in most jobs if they were done this poorly you wouldn’t have one.


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+ onslaughtree on September 26th, 2012 at 9:04 pm said:

Ok Ok Ok…..Maybe I was a little to HARD on some of you. Smiley face for you all. ;-) But seriously, some of you all need to calm down a bit. The negetive comments are way out of control here sometimes. If its not working I suggest you voice your coments and wait for a reply. Or even call customer service and again, state the problem. I just hate to see the negetive backlash that some of the Moderators and PSN staff members get from some of you guys/gals. . Its just not fair. Their not at fault and should not be spoken to in that manner. In all fairness, nonstop complaining wont get it fixed and faster. Im sorry that some of you are not able to play your $20 game on your Vitas, but in sure the problem will be addressed soon…As always, Keep on Gaming.


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+ DarkxZxAngel on September 26th, 2012 at 9:19 pm said:

Release ecolibrium for the ps vita already!!!!


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