Check out the first trailer for Black Ops Declassified for PS Vita


If you missed the PlayStation press conference at gamescom today, you missed a pretty awesome trailer for Nihilistic Software’s Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, a full-fledged shooter on the Vita. Don’t worry though, you can catch the trailer right here.

The game’s single player will feature covert missions to fill in the gap between Black Ops and the upcoming Black Ops 2. There will also be 4-on-4 multiplayer, with modes such as Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, and Drop Zone. The touchscreen can be used for melee attacks, and you can share loadouts with your friends with Near technology.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is due to be released this November.



PlayStation gamescom Roundup: Walking With Dinosaurs, Puppeteer, PS1 Classics on Vita and more

Sony’s gamescom press conference is over, and it’s time to round up what happened that didn’t hit the blog’s front page sooner.

First off, Sony’s family-oriented augmented reality accessory for Move, Wonderbook, just got a new story in addition to Digg’s Nightcrawler, named Walking with Dinosaurs. From Supermassive Games and BBC comes a new story that lets players interact with extinct dinosaurs, from T-Rexes to Allosauruses. Sony did announce that Disney has signed on with Wonderbook, but there’s no word on what might come of the deal. Sony also showed footage of the upcoming Harry Potter Wonderbook game, Book of Spells. Continue reading

Sony announces Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Vita bundle

Sony has announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified will come bundled with the PS Vita and a pouch. No price was announced, but the bundle will probably launch with the game in November (makes sense).

The game takes place between the first Black Ops game and Black Ops 2, featuring full-fledged single player and 4-on-4 multiplayer with modes like Team Deathmatch and Kill Confirmed.