Beta footage of upcoming FPS title Killzone: Mercenary has leaked out, recorded directly from the PS Vita in nice 720p HD quality. The closed beta started earlier in August, but a public beta is expected to start in late August. The 22-minute long video shows just how impressive the game look.
A new video of Killzone Mercenary, the upcoming first-person shooter for the PS Vita, has emerged, showing over 25 minutes of gameplay footage. The 720p video is footage recorded directly from the PS Vita, and shows just how impressive the game is looking. The video shows the game’s opening sequence and the entire first level of the game.
Remote Play on the PS Vita lets you connect to your PS3 using a Wi-fi connection or on the go using 3G. This handy feature lets you play compatible games by streaming it to your portable console, access the PlayStation Store to download games to your home console, and even access photos, music and videos on the PS Vita.
As PlayStation Mobile prepares for an Autumn launch, Sony has released the sizzle reel it displayed at their Gamescom Press Conference. PlayStation Mobile already has over 80 confirmed developers working on the platform, and this sizzle reel shows you exactly what kind of games and apps you can expect.
Usually, Sony show off a sizzle video at their E3 Press Conference, like they have done in the past with the PSP. However, this year, the PS Vita sizzle video was left out of the conference. The official sizzle video has been released and you can watch it right here.
If you weren’t lucky the first time around, the second phase of beta emails for LittleBigPlanet started going out yesterday evening. If you are lucky, you will have received a PSN voucher code in your email to download the beta straight to your Vita.
Check out the Metal Gear Solid Collection running on the PlayStation Vita with this video preview from Gamespot. The video shows Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty running on the portable device, including the use of the PS Vita’s unique features to enhance the game play experience.
A new video showing off the PS3 to PS Vita cross-platform gameplay and features of Foosball 2012 has been released. First of all, when you buy Foosball 2012, you’ll get it for both the PS3 and PS Vita for a price of a single PSN game. The same applies for DLC content that you will be able to buy.