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by Andrew Yoon,, May 20, 2013 8:00AM PDT

Vita owners are starved for good original content, and Media Molecule seems poised to make an adventure that's truly unique to Sony's handheld. Read more

According to developer WB Montreal, Origins will show off a "rawer, scarier Batman." So, of course they got the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog to play Batman this time around. (We're not kidding.) Read more

Vita-exclusive FPS Killzone: Mercenary has a new release date: September 10th. Now, it won't get killed by GTAV. Read more

The Vita edition of Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault was supposed to launch alongside its PS3 sibling last November, but the platform-o-tower defense's port simply wasn't up to scratch. It'll finally launch next Tuesday, Insomniac Games announced today, but out right now is a new multiplayer map and mode for PS3. Read more

When Sony shut down Wipeout developer Studio Liverpool last year, a few former members banded together to set up Sawfly Studios. Its first game is, well, quite different to the futuristic racer--a urinary path-setting puzzler named Men's Room Mayhem. You'll get to play with it next week, publisher Ripstone announced today. Read more

by Steve Watts,, May 16, 2013 3:30PM PDT

Indie developer Grip Games announced Atomic Ninjas today, a multiplayer action platformer that has you triggering traps to defeat your fellow ninjas. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, May 15, 2013 5:00PM PDT

Remember that old stuff? Well it's coming back a bit newer. In this case, we're talking Putty Squad, a updated take on the classic platformer from 1994. System 3 has talked idly about the game for several years, including aborted plans for it to be a European Vita launch title, but today dropped a trailer and word that it's coming to a whole heap of platforms. Read more

Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery is getting its first episode on Vita today for $2.99. Read more

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe business development manager Shahid Kamal Ahmad talks about how Sony has slowly built up relationships with indie devs leading into the PS4 launch. Read more

by Andrew Yoon,, May 9, 2013 4:15PM PDT

Square Enix released the first screenshots from the X-2 remaster, and they look impressive. Read more