Class of Heroes 2 is released on the PSP today, featuring almost 100 quests, and over 125 labyrinth maps populated with scores of monsters in all shapes and sizes, as well as some really nasty bosses. If you manage to get to the end-credits of the game, there are even extra-hard challenge labyrinths if you’re really not ready to say goodbye to the world.
On the European PlayStation Store, gamers can download new PSP titles, PSOne classics and a new minis title. Past PSP titles have finally been given a digital release, including Killzone: Liberation.
Over 20 new PS Vita compatible PSOne classics have been added to the PlayStation Store in North America this week. Compatible titles include Reel Fishing, Ten Pin Alley and Harvest Moon: Back to Nature.
News has surfaced this morning suggesting a new exploit on the PS Vita has been discovered, allowing native Vita code to be run. A previous exploit (which was later patched by Sony) allowed execution of PSP code via PSP games which has vulnerabilities. The details of the exploit have been kept secret to prevent Sony from patching it.
There is no new content for the PS Vita or PSP in this week’s PlayStation Store update in North America. Instead, Sony has a sale on for a number of Minis titles, which have been reduced by up to 75%.
Sales of the PlayStation Vita have doubled yet again in the week from June 25th – July 1st, following the release of the White PS Vita and the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Sales increased by approximately 87% from 12,100 units to 22,638.
Yet another retailer is offering the PS Vita at discounted prices. GameStop.co.uk is offering the Wi-fi and 3G PS Vita models at reduced prices.
A number of new PS Vita games are available on the European PlayStation Store this week, including the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, as well as the YouTube App.
The week ending June 16th 2012 has been incredible for PS Vita sales. Compared to the previous week, the PS Vita has sold 56% more units around the world.