Monthly Archives: February 2012
Download content for Gravity Daze will start on March 22, Sony has announced. There will be a total of three downloadable content packs with one being released every week for three weeks.
Each pack will run for ¥400 (roughly $5 US) and will include one costume for Kat, two side missions and three challenge missions. One of the three packs will be titled “Spy Volume” which will include a “Cat Suit” costume for the game’s protagonist, Kat.
Have a look at the DLC after the break.
Aksys have confirmed that a localization of what used to be referred to as Extreme Escape Adventure: Good People Die is in the work. The game will be called Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward in North America (and presumably in Europe later on). The game will release on the PlayStation Vita (physically and digitally) and Nintendo 3DS this fall.
Virtue’s Last Reward will support dual language support, allowing players to switch between the Japanese and English voices in the voiced section of the game.
Gust have released a bunch of new screenshots for their upcoming PlayStation Vita game, Surge Concerto: Ciel nosurge. The game is branded as a “realtime life simulation” and has you communicating with Ion through choices and menus via the touch screen.
The screenshots below show off the ability to dive into the Ion’s, the game’s heroin, mind and her three friends, Tabo, Plum, and Cass. Check them out after the break. For more information on Surge Concerto: Ciel nosurge, check out this post.
Samurai & Dragons is coming to the PlayStation Vita for free on March 29. Check out the new trailer after the break.
Here are some new magazine scans of Persona 4: The Golden. These show off team attacks, the new move Bike Pursuit and, of course, a new Persona evolution. Kanji’s third tier Persona is named Take-jizaiten and looks like a white version of it predecessor.
Persona 4: The Golden will be releasing in Japan on June 14 and will have a standard and special editions.
Level-5′s sci-fi adventure game for the PlayStation Vita, PSP and Nintendo 3DS, Time Travelers, could be coming early Summer. This news comes from a Tweet by the game’s composer, Hideki Sakamoto.
Jiro Ishii, the game’s director, responded to the Tweet saying that he hopes that everyone can hear the game’s music soon. It’s worth mentioning that he did not correct Sakamoto, hinting that ‘early Summer’ is when the game will see release.
The game’s Level-5 World trailer after the break.
Hulu Plus, a video streaming service already on the PlayStation 3, may be headed to the PlayStation Vita. Though not officially announced, SCEA Senior VP Guy Longworth has said the following when asked about the service:
We have a partnership with Netflix and Hulu; this is a new way for them to distribute content.