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COLOGNE, GERMANY -- Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) used its Gamescom 2012 press conference to reveal new features to PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) through the system software update version 1.80, scheduled on August 28, 2012. SCE will also expand PlayStation Plus, the subscription service package on PlayStation Network which brings value-added offerings including exclusive services and content, to PS Vita users this year. In addition, new games will offer a Cross-Buy option, which eliminates the need to purchase both the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita version of the same game. The program will go into effect with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, allowing any PS3 game purchaser to get the PS Vita version absolutely free.


There’s more than Danica Patrick and Wreck-It Ralph (from the new Disney movie) coming to the new Sonic game. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Bonus Edition will contain a brand-new track inspired by OutRun, the classic arcade racer. Check out the new game for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in the exclusive video interview below.


Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) is taking a page out of Nintendo’s popular Super Smash Bros. blockbuster with an exclusive PlayStation 3 game. PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, developed by SuperBot Entertainment for the PS3, gathers some of the biggest names from first-party franchises together for four-player fighting action. Check out the exclusive video interview below.