PlayStation Around The Web: What We Read

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I’m back home from Fantastic Fest in Austin, a relatively new movies and indie games event. My time there this week cemented a couple of things in my brain:

PlayStation.Blog Fantastic Fest Meetup in Austin, TX: September 22nd, 2011

1) The future and present of gaming on PlayStation Network looks really bright. PSN was a sponsor of the Fantastic Fest Arcade, and we brought along games like Journey, PixelJunk 4am and Sidescroller, PAYDAY: The Heist, Retro/Grade, Closure, Sideway, and more. While some of the titles won’t be seen until next year, one of the featured titles, Rochard, will be here in just two days. IGN is a fan.

2) California needs to get its act together when it comes to barbecue. We have meat here, we can get the mesquite. Why can’t we have what Austin has? Not fair.

There are a number of impressions and pics from Fantastic Fest in the links below, and more are yet to be posted, including a couple of our own that you’ll see early this week.

The PS.Blog weekly reading list (Week of September 19, 2011)

  • RPGs, ‘REmakes’ and Resistance 3 Are So Hot in Japan Right Now – Kotaku
  • PlayStation Vita And PSP Know How To Talk To Each Other In Ad-Hoc Mode – Siliconera
  • Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedley Talks Free-to-Play DC Universe Online – Forbes
  • Sony aims for games to sell 3D TVs – Variety
  • Yes, the PlayStation Vita Can do Fighting Games Just Fine, Thanks – Kotaku
  • Will gamers embrace designer fashion? PlayStation is betting yes –
  • Top Reasons Why Sony’s PS Vita Will be the Greatest Handheld Gaming Device on the Planet – International Business Times
  • Sony Hardware PR Specialist Abby Reyes Interview –
  • Fantastic Arcade: Day One Reflections, Gallery – The Underscore
  • Sony’s Mick Hocking on Why 3D Is Here to Stay – WSJ
  • PlayStation Vita Will Be Region Free, But Before You Import It Read This – ZoKnowsGaming
  • PlayStation attempts fashion makeover, hires a Kardashian – Reuters
  • Vita’s Augmented Reality Declares WAAR on 3DS, Proves to be Incredible – PlayStation LifeStyle
  • What I Learned at Fantastic Arcade – The Austin Chronicle
  • Closure: The Game That Isn’t There When You’re Not Looking –
  • Rochard Review – PlayStation 3 Review at IGN
  • Developing an Escape Plan for PlayStation Vita – IGN
  • Hands-On: Army Corps of Hell Brings Heavy-Metal Strategy to Vita –
  • Persona 2: Innocent Sin Review – PlayStation Portable Review at IGN
  • Hands-On: Cooperative Bank Robbing in PayDay: The Heist –
  • What It Is: Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken – Giant Bomb
  • Exploring the Tiny Differences Between the Original and Final PS Vita – Kotaku
  • Castlevania: Harmony Of Despair With Couch Co-op Coming To PSN Next Week – Siliconera
  • Take Your First Look At Ridge Racer On PlayStation Vita – Siliconera
  • Fantastic Arcade: Closure is kind of like Limbo but good – Destructoid
  • Bluepoint on HD remakes: “You make one mistake and it kills it” – Edge Magazine
  • This Might Be The Closest We’re Getting to a Video Game Version of Heat – Kotaku
  • Fantastic Arcade: Retro/Grade is a blast in the pants – Destructoid
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