Sony has today unveiled two new editions of its new PS Vita handheld gaming console finished in Cosmic Red and Sapphire Blue to add a little colour to the PS Vita range.
The new red and blue PS vita editions will first be launching in Japan on November 15th, but unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet. However when more information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
To re-cap the PS Vita in any colour is equipped with ARM Cortex- A9 core (4 core) processor, together with a SGX543MP4+ graphics chip, and fitted with a 5 inches (16:9), 960 x 544, 16 million colours, OLED multitouch screen capacitive display. Together with both front and rear camera and a rear touchpad to name just a few of outs features.
For more information jump over to the Sony PlayStation Vita website.
If you haven’t already updated to the latest patch rolled out by Sony. You will need to boot up your PS Vita to download the latest PS Vita 1.69 update that brings with it increase software stability, say Sony.
The new patch is optional so you don’t have to install it just yet if you prefer to hang on a little. But with the wealth on new content coming to the PS Vita which was announced at E3 last week.
Including new games such as Assassin’s Creed III Liberation and PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale, it might be worth updating to gain the most from your PS Vita console. No other details have been revealed about the patch, only that it improves software stability.
Following on from the recent firmware updates released by Sony for its PS Vita. Sony has today rolled out another together PS Vita 1.67 together with the consoles first free-to-play game in the form of the puzzler Treasures of Montezuma Blitz. Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is the latest game based on the popular Treasures of Montezuma franchise and includes new power-ups and challenges for players.
This week Sony have launched their Music Unlimited on the new PS Vita gaming console via an application that can now be downloaded from the UK PlayStation Store.
As well as launching the new app for Muisc Unlimited Sony have also announced that their Android Music unlimited application how includes a new feature that will enable users to playback music offline.
The new playback feature now enables you to create offline playlists. When downloading a song the titles icon will change to from spinning green arrows to a solid green image when all the songs in that playlist have been downloaded. Sony explains:
“Now you can download your Music Unlimited playlists and play the songs you’ve added to those playlists wherever you go, even places where you can’t get a mobile signal like airplanes or the back room of your relative’s house where you’re hiding because hey, you love them, but you just need a little peace and quiet before your aunt asks another question about how your dating life is going.”
If you have been waiting to get your hands on PS Vita gaming console to put it through its paces. You will be pleased to know that if you live in the US you will soon be able to try one out in Gamestop. The new PS Vita demonstration consoles are available in 3,300 across the US, and GameStop also promises a wide range of PS Vita titles to test out.
Games that will be available to test at GameStop stores include: Golden Abyss, Little Deviants (which comes with that recently announced 3G Vita bundle), Hot Shots Golf: World International, FIFA Soccer, ModNation Racers: Road Trip, Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition, Escape Plan, and wipEout 2048.
If you are looking to purchase a new PS Vita GameStop will be offering an extra $25 on the trade-in value of a Nintendo DS, 3DS, or PlayStation Portable, just as long as you put the trade-in credit against the price of new Sony PS Vita.
Sony has also revealed that any digital games purchased in the US or Japan PlayStation Stores to be downloaded, will come with a 10% discount over their retail versions.