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Sound Shapes level design contest – Week 1 results – Week 2 submissions

So our first week of our prizeless Sound Shapes level design contest has come to a close and it’s been rather interesting. In a lot of ways what we are seeing playing random levels in-game is very similar to the early days of LittleBigPlanet with a bunch of garbage, “tests” and people who just don’t … Continue reading

Sound Shapes level creation contest for 8/15

Idea:  Comment below (you don’t even have to sign up, just put a name in the field) with a link to your Sound Shapes level and what name you want credited (your psn?  your real name?).   Camus and/or I will play them all and we will pick two winners.  Best music and best platforming. … Continue reading

How to queue and play queued levels in Sound Shapes

I’ve made a pretty straight forward walkthrough on how the rather confusing queuing system works in sound shapes.  Check it out.    

Sony Remembers Vita Exists, Decides to Start Integrating PlayStation Plus

Originally Posted By Carlos Macias Hey, did you hear about this? While we weren’t looking, apparently, Sony decided to start throwing Vita owners a bone and integrated PlayStation Plus benefits last week with slashed prices for Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational, Virtua Tennis 4, and Hustle Kings. PlayStation Plus membership crossover is something that’s been … Continue reading

For your Video Blog #2: VIDEOGAMES!

This is 99% ps3 talk as that’s what I can show with my streaming equipment. But if you care about such things, games discussed (and sometimes shown) include LittleBigPlanet Karting, Resonance of Fate, Starhawk and LOTR: War in the North. If you like it click through and comment or give me the thumb.

Total Conjecture: What I would love to see Sony do with the Vita in the near and long term.

News broke late last night that the rumored deal to buy Gaikai had finally gone through. The ramifications of this are huge, of course, if Sony uses the technology to it’s fullest.  But this is Sony we’re talking about, so let’s not hold our breath.  But long before the Gaikai thing became real (by long … Continue reading

A comprehensive and spin-free breakdown of system launches since 2004

We have one more week of releases until the Vita has hit the 4 month mark in the US a few days later (June 22nd, of course).  During this time we’ve seen a fair amount of “VITA HAS NO GAMES” by clever folks on the internet who like to parrot lines without using their brains. … Continue reading

For Your Vita Hype E3 Live Blog

8:30pm Eastern (show starts at 9pm) Hey guys.  Im just getting setup now.  I have multiple windows open.  Im playing my moves in Pure Chess.  I’m being a snarky dick on twitter.  It’s good stuff. I’m going to try to update this thread several times through the conference.  If you are following the twitter stream … Continue reading

This week on FyVH!

I don’t usually write posts like this, but lately I haven’t been writing much of anything and this week is hopefully the time where all of that changes. It’s not an easy thing being a fan of a DOOOOOOOOOOMEDDDD™ handheld that has no games, but we have found a way to survive until E3.  And E3 … Continue reading

|For Your Inbox| #2

Pete: This week we have Rich Grisham of GamesRadar  (among other things) and host of the excellent Box Score podcast. Thanks for joining us Rich. I guess we can start with something right in your wheelhouse – sports games on the Vita. Virtua Tennis 4, Hot Shots Golf: World Tour, FIFA, and MLB 12: The … Continue reading

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