Still rocking a PSP? Sony has pushed out the first update for the device in over three years.
Sony has announced that it is not going to release the new PlayStation Vita in the UK or the US in time for the Christmas rush, with Kaz Hirai suggesting that it will not arrive until early 2012.
Sony's new PS Vita will reportedly be powered by a Samsung manufactured CPU, according to Japanese trade newspaper Semiconductor Industry News.
While Sony is still to officially confirm the announcement of the PSP2, it seems that some of its leading games publishing and development parties are happy to talk about the new handheld on record.
PlayStation fans are keen (read: desperate) to know what the forthcoming Sony PSP 2 handheld will look like, with the latest mock-up images of the handheld from PSM3 magazine sparking debate this week.
Sony has slashed the UK price of its digital download-only handheld, the PSPgo, knocking a healthy £65 off the previous recommended retail price of £225.
Sony's recently launched PSP Go handheld console has been taking some flack from gaming critics because of SCE's pricing strategy, with many noting that the £225 RRP was both too high and too close to the cost of the new PS3 Slim.
ClosedSony's PSP Go handheld gaming console is out in the UK today and TechRadar has managed to nab one from our new bessie mates at EA.
Sony's new PSP Go handheld launches today in the UK, with the gaming giant announcing a new firmware update that introduces Bluetooth internet tethering and a raft of cool new music features for the PSP.