Sony has finally announced a launch window and pricing details on the PlayStation VR, but considering their track record for peripherals, I’ve found myself more concerned than excited. Is it another product being set up for failure? Let’s talk about it.
Welcome to the first episode of The Fathergamer Interviews. In this episode I had the opportunity to chat with Tom Beardsmore-- the CEO and co-founder of Coatsink. They are a passionate and talented games development team working on games for PC, VR, console and mobile, who have grown into a recognized face in the dev community, (as well as the growing VR industry).
Nintendo is being rather tight lipped about their upcoming new console, or handheld, and this leaves lots of people wondering what it will be like. Well a lot of fans have been digging up paperwork and trying to find a source to give them even the slightest bit of detail. This has led to a lot of rumors popping up and Nintendo remaining hush about it all hasn’t helped. So here are all the rumors and why they may be possibly true.
PlayStation Mobile will shut down entirely by September of this year and you will not be able to re-download anything purchased.
If you enjoy Youtube and navigation on your Vita you may be out of luck real soon. Luckily only one of these apps are important, but it is already gone!
If you were a PlayStation member during the very well known 2011 PSN hack, you can recieve another free item thanks to a class action lawsuit.
Sony already released and marketed a "retail" version of Minecraft for Vita, but fans were shocked what that included.... no cartridge at all! If you live in the EU region though, you don't have to suffer....
While the PlayStation TV could have been a great way to revitalize the Vita handheld, after getting some more hands-on time with the platform, the opposite may in fact be true. This could signify the end of the Vita in general.