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New Video and Music Unlimited Content for February 17, 2012

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158w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Manager Christopher Lastrapes has posted up the new Video and Music Unlimited content for this weekend today, as follows:

This week, the Video Unlimited service adds the spy spoof sequel Johnny English Reborn.

Plus, rent Johnny Depp's new film, The Rum Diary, and laugh it up with five-buck comedy flicks including The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Big Daddy, Date Movie, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail this week in Own $5 Films.

See this week's update here.

The Music Unlimited Service welcomes new releases from Islands, Eisley and Amos Lee.

We're also celebrating all of the winners of The 54th GRAMMY Awards in our premium channel and asked GRAMMY nominees Foster the People and others, If you could create a new genre, what would it be called?"
 

Super Stardust Delta for PS Vita: DLC and New Screens Revealed

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159w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment America Producer Josh Miller has revealed some new screen and DLC details for Super Stardust Delta on PlayStation Vita today.

To quote: Super Stardust Delta launches exclusively on PS Vita this February 15th, and we couldn't be more excited!

Built from the ground up for PS Vita, this PSN downloadable game brings all of the interstellar action of the original PS3 arcade shooter to the palm of your hand.

In addition to the fully re-designed classic PS3 modes, we've included exciting new mini-games such as Crush, Disc Slide, Orbit Bomber, Rock and Roll, and Trucker.

We've also utilized PS Vita's front touchscreen, rear touchscreen and motion sensors to introduce all-new controls that enable you to launch missiles, create black holes, unleash crush attacks and trigger massive shockwaves.

You'll also be able to access Super Stardust Delta's robust global online leaderboard via PS Vita's Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, so you'll be able to compare your scores on-the-go.

Super Stardust Delta for PS Vita

Super Stardust Delta will be available for download at PS Vita's launch for $9.99. On day one, you'll also be able to download the Super Stardust Delta "Blast Pack" to pick up four additional...
 
 

New Video and Music Unlimited Releases for February 10, 2012

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159w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Manager Christopher Lastrapes has posted up the new Video and Music Unlimited releases for this weekend today, with details below as follows:

This week, the Video Unlimited service offers the comedy crime film Tower Heist two weeks before its DVD and Blu-ray release. Also new is A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas and new episodes of "Tosh.0″ in TV Shows.

Plus, celebrate films that never lived up to their expectations with "Box office Bombs" - the $5 Films promotion gives you the chance to own Land of the Lost, Half Baked and The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle for just 5 bucks!

New to the Music Unlimited service this week is the highly anticipated A Different Kind of Truth from Van Halen, plus The Fray's Scars & Stories, Home from Dierks Bentley, and more.

See all these plus other featured titles here.




Featured New Releases:

Van Halen - A Different Kind of Truth

In the annals of rock history, there are few names that carry as much weight as Van Halen. Marred by lineup changes, infighting, addiction...
 

Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus Confirmed for Vita Launch, Details Arrive

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160w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has confirmed several launch details today for Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus on the PlayStation Vita handheld console, as follows:

If you're a fan of ninja games, PS Vita won't leave you wanting - or waiting. The system's upcoming launch will be supported by two ninja-centric titles: Shinobido 2 and Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus, and I spent some time with the latter this weekend. NGS+ is an updated version of an early PS3 title, which itself was an enhanced version of an original Xbox game that debuted back in 2004.

Despite some control choices which have clearly evolved over the past 8 years, the source material holds up pretty well in 2012.

Playing through the first few levels of the NGS+, memories from nearly a decade ago came flooding back to me: the placement of treasures, decapitating enemies with a single charged slash (hold down the triangle button to, um, execute), and the difficulty.

The Ninja Gaiden series resides firmly in the "tough, but fair" challenge department. When you die - and you will - it's usually not due to AI cheapness, but rather a mistimed block or a delayed dodge.

That doesn't mean the game can't get frustrating, but when you prevail, the frustration melts into delicious satisfaction. For those...
 
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