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by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Dec 28, 2012 3:45PM PST

Persona 3 is getting its own animated movie in Japan next year, but perhaps more intriguing is that the production company calls this "movie #1." Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Nov 29, 2012 11:00AM PST

Sony will offer a new Vita bundle next week, which uses PlayStation Plus' "Instant Game Collection" feature as its major selling point. Read more

The mobile game Jetpack Joyride is heading to PlayStation 3, Vita, and PSP today as a PlayStation Mini. It will cost $3.99 and includes all the features of the (free) mobile versions. Read more

Following last month's successful promotion, Sony is running a similar "spend X, get X credit" deal on PlayStation Network this week. Read more

Yet another gaming magazine icon is biting the dust. According to a new report, Future Publishing is discontinuing PlayStation: The Official Magazine. Read more

FIFA Soccer 13 is now "the biggest sports launch of all-time," Electronic Arts has revealed, with 7.4 million copies sold through within its first four weeks of release. Read more

Huzzah PSP owners, you're all invited to a party! Xseed Games is giving a reading from the Book of Shadows and bids you join it. Actually, that's a lie I told to introduce this story. In truth, Xseed has announced it's bringing anime-inspired horror-adventure sequel Corpse Party: Book of Shadows westwards this winter for PSP. No one wants to invite you to their party. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Oct 12, 2012 12:00PM PDT

NBA 2K13 sold 49% more in its first week than the previous record holder, NBA 2K11, according to 2K Sports. Read more

It's been 10 years since GameFly shipped its first game -- actually first 36 games, and now, the company is celebrating with a contest and a chance to play NBA 2K13 with superstar spokesman Blake Griffin. Read more

Bridgestone has responded to Sony's lawsuit over the appearance of actor Jerry Lambert, claiming that Lambert's character is not "Kevin Butler" at all and denying the possibility of consumer confusion. Read more