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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Army Corps of Hell pricing and boxart

The pricing and boxart for Square Enix’s Army Corps of Hell has been revealed by the game’s official Twitter. The packaged version of the game will run for ¥4,980 ($65 US) whereas the whereas the download version will be ¥3,990 ($52 US). That’s just about the same price as regular PlayStation Portable games.

The game’s boxart:

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The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki is coming to PS Vita

A post card, packed with a Falcom drama CD, popped up not too long ago claiming that a PlayStation Vita version of The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki for the PSP is in the works. This has been confirmed to be true with the opening of this website. It’s not known whether or not this is a port or an enhanced remake, but the game will be titled The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Full Voice Version.

The Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Full Voice Version has a release of Spring 2012.

For an idea, here are some screenshots of the PSP version of the game.

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PS Vita original release date was December 3

The PlayStation Vita will be launching in Japan on December 17. It was revealed in a Famitsu interview with Sony Computer Entertainment president Hiroshi Kawano, however, that the system was originally going to launch two weeks earlier, on the December 3. The reason behind the postponement was enough hardware stock for the release.

Sounds fair enough. I’m not too fussed; it’s just two weeks after all.

Rumour: The Legend of Heroes game coming to PS Vita

I’ve been away for a few days now. Because of that, I’m a few days behind in PlayStation Vita news.

According to a post card that is supposedly included in a Falcom drama CD, a remake of Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki will be coming to the PlayStation Vita. The post card claims that the remake will feature full voice acting and release of Spring 2012. The website advertised, though currently inactive, is promised to have details regarding the game.

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