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RGN Podcast: Sony Bringing Virtual Reality Headset To Both PS4 + PC [Specs, Price, + Info Here]

RGN Podcast - September 27

– Exact specs for Sony’s two models (based on pre-existing HMZ-T1 + HMZ-T3W) of their upcoming Virtual Reality Headset

– Currently Wearable HDTV Technology Discussed

– Platform Support Includes Both Steam and PlayStation 4 Games

– Price Range, Graphics Format Support, 3D + 4K Support, HDMI Ports Discussed

– PlayStation 4 Eye Required To Use Virtual Headset On PS4

– OLED Technology and Release Date Window Discussed

– And More [Listen / Watch Show Below]

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PlayStation Vita Gives Birth to Cross Platform Online and Universal Ownership

One of the PlayStation Vita’s strengths, which sets it apart from other handhelds, is its intimate bond to the PlayStation 3. PlayStation Vita gamers will be able to go face to face online with PlayStation 3 gamers over the PSN with Cross Platform Play.

Cross Platform DLC ownership is one of the other many fruits that Vita aims to deliver to loyal PSN gamers. Marvel VS Capcom 3 for PlayStation Vita will be among the games to sport the feature. If you buy the MvC3 DLC for your PS3 you get it for your PSV, no extra charge (and the opposite is true). Some DLC games will give you dual ownership as well, allowing you to avoid buying entire games twice in some cases.

Other early adopters of the feature include MotorStorm RC, Hustle Kings, Top Darts, WipEout HD, and HD Fury DLC for WipEout 2048 which are all Cross Platform Ownership enabled. Could this be a sign that digital distribution has its benefits after all?

The PlayStation Vita officially launches in the USA February 22, 2012 and is the first handheld to feature dual analog thumb-sticks, 3G/Wifi, and console quality graphics. If you’re too impatient to wait you can pick up the PlayStation Vita First Edition Bundle.

 

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25 Games Day One for PlayStation Vita Release

The next generation portable system by Sony (successor to the PlayStation Portable) PlayStation Vita will be released in USA, Europe, (and Australia) February 22nd (and 23rd). With graphics that look similar most PS3 games, two analog thumb sticks, a front and back camera, an OLED touchscreen and a back touchpad, as well as the classic PlayStation buttons (Triangle, X, O, Square, L, R, etc), the system is set to satisfy the hardcore gamers in the handheld market. Check out a list of games that will be available day one including Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Ultimate Marvel VS Capcom 3, and more.

First Party Launch Titles

  1. Escape Plan (PSN Only)
  2. Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
  3. Hustle Kings (PSN Only)
  4. Little Deviants
  5. ModNation Racers: Road Trip
  6. Super StarDust Delta (PSN only)
  7. Uncharted: Golden Abyss
  8. WipeOut 2048

Third Party Launch Titles

  1. Army Corps of Hell
  2. Asphalt Injection
  3. Ben10 Galactic Racing
  4. Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extend
  5. Dungeon Hunter Alliance
  6. Dynasty Warriors Next
  7. F1 2011
  8. FIFA Soccer
  9. Lumines Electronic Symphony
  10. Michael Jackson The Experience
  11. Plants vs. Zombies (PSN Only)
  12. Rayman Origins
  13. Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen
  14. Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only)
  15. Touch My Katamari
  16. Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
  17. Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition

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