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Hello Games’ Joe Danger 2: The Movie Coming To Vita Next Week

Before announcing No Man's Sky, Hello Games found success with the Joe Danger series, and is bringing the sequel to Vita next week. The game will be available starting January 13.

The Vita version comes with a few exclusive additions including Media Molecule guest stars Atoi and Iota from Tearaway, and LittleBigPlanet’s Sackboy. The nine mercs from Team Fortress 2 and Steve from Minecraft, who appear in the PC version of the game, will also be included the Vita version. These inclusions make the Vita version of Joe Danger 2 the one with the most content.

For our review of Joe Danger 2: The Movie's Xbox 360 release, head here.

For more on Hello Games' next game, the highly anticipated No Man's Sky, click the banner below for all of our features from when the game was on our cover.

[Source: PlayStation Blog] – The Feed

Joe Danger 2: The Movie starts filming on Vita next week

Come January 13 – more than two years after it debuted on Xbox Live – Hello Games’ stunt man-focused action-platformer Joe Danger 2: The Movie will appear on Sony’s Vita handheld.

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Touhou Project games coming to PlayStation 4, PS Vita

The Touhou Project will make its console and portable debut in Japan starting next year with the launch of a series of officially licensed, fan-made games for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, series creator ZUN revealed this week (via Siliconera).

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Landmark visual novel Steins;Gate heads west on PS3, Vita next year

Acclaimed Japanese visual novel Steins;Gate will be localized and released in North America and Europe next year for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, publisher PQube announced today.

Taking place on the streets of Japanese electronics shopping distric…
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New entry in the SaGa series to reach Vita in 2015

RPG fans enamored with the Vita, get to work on your Suidoken ports – Gematsu reports that a new entry in the SaGa series will launch on the Vita within 2015, as was announced during Square Enix’s presentation that recognized the series’ 25th anniver…
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The Banner Saga Trailer Sets Up The Story Ahead Of PS4 And Vita Release

The Banner Saga, developer Stoic's gorgeous strategy title, received a new trailer recently to catch those up who may have missed the game on PC.

The game features Viking-themed tactical gameplay with a beautiful art inspired by the animation style of Don Bluth and Ralph Bakshi.

For our review of the game's PC release, head here. The Banner Saga will be available on Sony platforms some time in 2015.

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Stoic recently announced that Banner Saga 2 is in development, which you can learn more about here.

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The Banner Saga hitches a trailer to Vita

A Vita version of Stoic Studio’s viking RPG The Banner Saga was revealed at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event earlier this month, just after the game’s sequel was announced. To celebrate the game’s forthcoming PlayStation ports, the developer offer…
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Sony To Begin Selling PlayStation 4 And PS Vita In China

Following Microsoft's lead, Sony will be selling its PlayStation 4 and Vita systems in the world's most populous country.

The reports that indicated Sony was going to begin selling PlayStation products in China are true. The systems will go on sale in China, which has only recently lifted its ban on foreign game consoles, on January 11. Sony is also working with a number of Chinese developers to create games specifically for that market. It's also signed on a number of Asian and western developers to create PlayStation content for China, including Bandai Namco, Sega, Konami, Square Enix, EA, Take-Two Interactive, and Bethesda Softworks – a total of 70 in all.

The PlayStation 4 will sell for 2,899 Chinese Yuan ($ 468) and the Vita will sell for 1,299 Chinese Yuan ($ 210)

The PS4 will sell for 2,899 RMB ($ 468), while the PS Vita will go for 1,299 RMB ($ 210).

[Source: Gamespot]


Our Take
Microsoft recently had a strong launch in China, selling over 100,000 units. I'm sure this deal has been in the works for some time. With the traditional Japanese, European, and U.S. markets so mature, China has by far the most potential for growth in the console business. It will be interesting to see how Sony and Microsoft deal with the market – and especially the Chinese government, which has strict censorship laws. – The Feed

PS Vita Borderlands 2 bundle $170 at GameStop, Amazon

Christmas is fast approaching, and if you’re looking to pick up a PlayStation Vita for a pal (or for yourself, if the Grinch in you overtakes your giving spirit), GameStop and Amazon are both offering a solid discount on a Borderlands 2-bundled limit…
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Disney Infinity 2.0 swings to Vita in May with special Spider-Man

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes will arrive on PlayStation Vita in May 2015, Avalanche Software tweeted over the weekend. The Vita version of Disney’s latest sandbox game will feature Black Suit Spider-Man, which VP of Production John Vignocchi …
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