It's not retroactive. I already tested it out with a bunch of friends. Sucks because I literally got over 200 people (between, friends, workmates, people on the web, etc.) to get a Vita since its launch. lol I don't know if I can get anymore.
This is what happens when people don't buy games. Sad to hear. Too many studios have been going under, including a ton of Sony's studios. Great games don't get purchased and supported by the gaming community and people lose their jobs. Part of the blame falls on Sony though, for horrible marketing.
Wow, that sucks. Oh well. Thanks for the link anyway.
So, is it only the PS3 version? Or is the Vita version coming too?
According to the post, the level is free to play ranked online but if you want to play it offline and non-ranked, you have to purchase it. " Please note that purchasing Fearless will allow you to select the stage offline and in non-ranked lobbies, while those who choose not to purchase it can still enjoy it in ranked games online."
There are quite a few Vita owners who do not own a PS3. So they wouldn't be able to get the free Vita copy since it's an on-disc unlock.
This is a little ironic.
@Vickers Why on Earth would three GTA games come out on the same day for one system? It has never happened in the past and I hardly believe anyone was suggesting that it happens in the future. There is no way that the company would even have a development schedule and budget for that sort of thing. I don't think anyone was expecting three GTA games for the Vita on one day or even within one year.
People seem to have short-term memory. PSP games launched at $39.99 too, remember? GTA games on the PSP sold millions worldwide. Chinatown wars sold over 1 million on PSP. Vice City Stories sold over 5 million on PSP. Liberty City Stories sold over 8 million on PSP. So that's three GTA games on PSP that millions were more than happy to pay $40 for. Sure you can get them for less now that the time passed...
@vikingland1 Yes. I played it. I really like it. The only downside to the cross-controller for LBP 2 is the setup. The initial setup is a bit tedious. Obviously the PS3 and Vita were not meant to work like this out of the box. With that said, Media Molecule did a great job with the DLC. It makes good use of the Vita and its features. I experienced no lag, great controls, and it was fun. The story was cute too. I'm just waiting on the com...
LBP 2 Cross-Controller has nothing to do with LittleBigPlanet PS Vita. To keep it simple: It's an add-on for LittleBigPlanet 2 for the PS3. So you are playing LBP 2 on your PS3, just with the Vita as a controller (and of course all the unique content that comes from that).
Clearlake Capital already entered into an agreement to acquire THQ's assets. It will be a hard sell. Someone has to come in and top their $60 million bid (plus $10 million for creditors).
@ftwrthtx and anyone else having trouble setting up LBP 2 Cross-Controller. I ran into a lot of other people on YouTube with the problem. So I wrote up a guide. Try following these steps: First off: Make sure both your PS3 and PS Vita have the most up-to-date firmware running on it. If not, update your systems. In addition, make sure your remote play has been set up prior. If you need help with this, Google, PlayStation dot com, and YouTube are your friend....
Some people just don't know how to set it up. It unfortunately has a bit of a process to go through before you can actually start playing.
Starhawk was amazing indeed. So sad that barely anyone played it.
Catherine came out in 2011.
You only need LBP 2 (a PS3 obviously) and a PS Vita. One game, two systems.
It's a little bit of old news, since he said this in the last Final Hours released at the end of last month. That said, he said it will "change the way you play" Tomb Raider forever. Not sure what that means... We'll see.
So far, I can think of about 4 games off of the top of my head that use cross-controller in one form or another. Street Fighter X Tekken, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, LBP 2, and Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.
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