PlayStation Plus' Instant Game Collection - i.e. free bonus games for subscribers - will include Galak-Z and Broforce for PS4 come 1st March.
I've been showing off PlayStation Vita to my family. Dad likes a bit of Xbox, mum is conducting another affair with Professor Layton, and my 10-year-old niece is an evolutionary miracle: half-human, half-iOS.
As such, I'm always keen to gauge their reactions to any notable breakthrough in gaming, away from the stage-managed, on-message, cut-and-paste hype of The Industry.
Beaming with 'look at me' novelty, Reality Fighters seemed a good place to start. And it duly produced "ooh"s and "aah"s in all the right places as I swiftly transformed mother into a ballet-dancing kung fu master and had her striking wildly at her Santa coat-and-skirt-wearing son in my parents' kitchen sink. It puts a new spin on child abuse, if nothing else.
Mr Miyagi is a boss in PS Vita game Reality Fighters.
Sony and its studios make their pre-launch pitch.
A Vita video walkthrough.
Samsung will manufacture the CPU for PlayStation Vita, according to a new report.
Invizimals maker Novarama is now a Sony exclusive developer.
The Barcelona-based studio will focus on making PlayStation Vita games. It's currently working on Vita launch title Reality Fighters.
Novarama's claim to fame is bringing Augmented Reality gaming to handheld consoles with the Invizimals franchise.
So much for pocket gaming. The first thing that strikes you about Sony's NGP (a name whose days are numbered, with a sexier and more practical alternative likely to be unveiled at E3) is its size. Larger by some measure than its competition, the NGP's closest comparison in handheld history is Atari's Lynx.
Games are the most important thing when it comes to the success of the PSP2 Next Generation Portable, Sony has said.
The first batch of games announced for Sony's brand new NGP (Next Generation Portable - a.k.a PSP2) handheld are as follows.