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Old 2013-09-19, 01:04   Link #681
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Yeah, Vita is saved.


Not really. No one cares about that game.
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Old 2013-09-19, 01:08   Link #682
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quoted from some random stranger on gamefaqs:
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-Monster Hunter Frontier G is a 6 year old port of a game already out on 360 and PC. Not a new game.
-This will not be updated and is basically a straight port alongside the soon to be released PS3 and WiiU versions
-Its a microtransaction riddled MMO with dated mechanics and graphics(well the graphics thing can be said about all MH)
-Almost assuredly wont be localized as its one of the worst selling MH games to date
-People looking to import are out of luck as MHFG employs IP blocking meaning if your outside of Japan its a no go.
it's Ca$hcow ways to slap you in the face and it really freaking hurts. I probably not even going to touch this game.
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Old 2013-09-19, 01:17   Link #683
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Capcom really has an interesting way of making fun of Sony. (Go Capcom)
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Old 2013-09-19, 02:05   Link #684
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Sony teases new Gravity Rush at Tokyo Game Show

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Sony is teasing a new game in the Gravity Rush franchise. At its Tokyo Game Show booth today, it showed a video featuring Gravity Rush heroine Kat flying around, before closing with the words, “Fall again… A new project from Team Gravity.”
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Old 2013-09-19, 02:30   Link #685
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This is an awesome bit of news. The first game had an awful lot of charm to it.
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Old 2013-09-19, 02:37   Link #686
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Capcom really has an interesting way of making fun of Sony. (Go Capcom)
Personally I'll rather play Deep Down(grade) and whatever new IP/game Itsuno (da gawd) is about to unveil in a few days than MH....

People might think this crazy, but to me Itsuno > Kamiya.

Capcom Vs Snk 1+2, Power Stone 1+2, Rival Schools 1+2, Devil May Cry 3+4, Dragon's Dogma.

Heck with his pedigree in fighting games I hope he gets to direct the eventual Street Fighter V, let Ono take a break from fighting games and focus on more stuff like Deep Down.

Though if based Itsuno wants to, Ono can do SF5 while he does Capcom vs SNK 3.
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Old 2013-09-19, 12:04   Link #687
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Toukiden: The Age of Demons slips to 2014 for Western Release

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Following a ground breaking success in Japan where its current sales stand well over the 400,000 mark, an impressive feat for an original IP, Toukiden: the Age of Demons is now being localised for release in Europe for the PlayStation Vita handheld system.

In Toukiden, players can customise characters, weapons and armour and form a group of hunters to take down the destructive Oni-demons of varying strength and size who have invaded the world through cracks in space and time. This visually stunning game boasts an extensive character creation mode, six non-player characters beautifully designed by Atelier Ayesha artist Hidari, and six different weapon types, each of which can be forged and upgraded to the player's preferences.

Toukiden: The Age of Demons, is set against a backdrop inspired by various historical periods of Japan, while it also features 200 characters based on both fictional and historical Japanese figures, whose souls help players strengthen their team and defeat their enemies.

https://twitter.com/tecmokoeieurope/...97009294180352

http://www.tecmokoei-europe.com/news...OR-EARLY-2014/


P.S - ATELIER ESCHA AND LOGY also confirmed.
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Old 2013-09-19, 12:10   Link #688
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.... wow, way to hold your front Capcom.
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Old 2013-09-21, 01:17   Link #689
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Deck Out Your Mechs In Arc System Works’ Damascus Gear: Tokyo War Begins




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The year is 2097, several decades after the fourth world war in 2050. As new member of secret organization Freya, players take control of customizable mechs called Gears, embarking on various missions. Those Gears will be the stars of the show—with the video above showing off the ability to even get your own paint scheme going, alongside loadouts that change the look and feel of your mech as well.

Players can customize not just what weapons they’re holding on both hands but extra armaments on their backs and possibly elsewhere. Semi top-down action with big numbers and bigger explosions, there’s also a storyline to follow, complete with rivalry against fellow rookie pilot Kotetsu
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Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, A psychological horror RPG for the PS3 and Vita




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We covered what happens in the first chapter previously–players are the new transfer student at Kurenai Academy High School in Shinjuku. On the first day, he spots a ghost while being given a tour of the school by class chairwoman Sayuri , before getting embroiled in a fight against an evil spirit. Saved by their classmate Masamune Shiga and another lady Chizuru Fukurai, players are recruited to assist the mysterious Evening Spatium Company in rooting out evil spirits.


As the video above shows, the visual novel half will cover chatting with other students and teachers, with a unique art style that has the illustrated characters constantly moving and shifting. Instead of conversation trees, however, players will adjust the flow of conversation by combining one of five emotions (such as love) and one of the five senses (touch, smell etc). That’s a total of some 25 combinations everytime the game asks for input, which will affect the paths towards the game’s ending.

Over My Dead Body 2 Director Shares Details On The Upcoming Vita RPG

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Since it was initially announced back in 2011, we haven’t heard much about Sony Computer Entertainment Japan’s Over My Dead Body 2, the PlayStation Vita sequel to the cult hit PSOne game about a cursed bloodline that must defeat a demon. After recently revealing a first look of its trailer, director Shoji Masuda spoke to 4Gamer about the upcoming sequel.
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Old 2013-09-21, 05:56   Link #690
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The problem with all these TGS announced games is that we'll probably never even get a whiff of them in the west.

Oh well...

In other news Eurogamer reports that Mark Cerny seems to have had a pivotal role in the Vita development as well as the PS4 one. It seems like Sony didn't afford him the official title of "Lead Architect" as they did for the PS4 but both him and Shuhei Yoshida claim that he was in fact the Lead Architect for the system even without the title.

That's interesting. If the PS4 can be called a direct descendent of modern day Personal Computers in hardware the Vita can be called a direct descendent of modern day Smartphones and Tablets. Clearly there's a similar focus in re-using off-the-shell components to streamline development for both systems so it makes sense that Cerny was at least a heavy influence during development but I find it strange that this is only showing up now after the PS4 has been so warmly received.

Link: Mark Cerny: lead architect of... PlayStation Vita? @ Eurogamer
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Old 2013-09-21, 06:24   Link #691
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Mark Cerny only makes everything.
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Old 2013-09-23, 01:37   Link #692
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"Over my Dead Body 2"



"Tearaway"



"Uta Kumi 575"

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Old 2013-09-25, 23:23   Link #693
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Sorcery Saga limited edition announced

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Aksys Games will release a limited edition version of Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God alongside the standard edition when it launches for PS Vita in North America this holiday.

The still to be priced limited edition will include a copy of the game, a “Kuu-rry” plate, a “Kuu-rry” spoon, and a “bliblicious bib.”

The Compile Heart and Idea Factory-developed RPG follows a girl named Pupuru as she searches for the ingredients to make the “Legendary Magic Curry” to save her friend’s restaurant.
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Old 2013-09-30, 00:21   Link #694
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Idea Factory, Disgaea 4 director announce new PS Vita RPG



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Idea Factory has entered into contract with Disgaea 4 director Masahiro Yamamoto for the development of a new RPG for PS Vita, the company announced.

Yamamoto is working with a team of developers to deliver the project, which will be published by Idea Factory subsidiary Compile Heart in 2014.
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Old 2013-09-30, 07:43   Link #695
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Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, A psychological horror RPG for the PS3 and Vita



That looks pretty good
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Old 2013-10-02, 03:11   Link #696
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So I finally started seriously thinking of getting a PS Vita, only to hear that there's a new model coming out. Go figure. >.>

Does anybody know when it's going to be landing on US shores and how much it will be?

Would it be better to wait for the new model with its better battery life, lighter weight and smaller size, and internal memory? (I also heard that OLED screens, like the one used in the original Vita model, have less lifetime than LCDs like the new model will have)
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Old 2013-10-02, 03:25   Link #697
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So I finally started seriously thinking of getting a PS Vita, only to hear that there's a new model coming out. Go figure. >.>

Does anybody know when it's going to be landing on US shores and how much it will be?

Would it be better to wait for the new model with its better battery life, lighter weight and smaller size, and internal memory? (I also heard that OLED screens, like the one used in the original Vita model, have less lifetime than LCDs like the new model will have)
The new model has 1 hour extra battery life, the Start/Select buttons are now bigger, the screen is slightly bigger as well, and there's 1 GB of built in storage. It's supposedly slimmer in thickness.

The 'biggest' difference and deciding factor seem to be the switch from OLED to LCD. There's a lot of uncertainty over how much of a gap in performance between the two and the 'evidences' so far have been inconclusive.
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Old 2013-10-02, 05:46   Link #698
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So I finally started seriously thinking of getting a PS Vita, only to hear that there's a new model coming out. Go figure. >.>

Does anybody know when it's going to be landing on US shores and how much it will be?

Would it be better to wait for the new model with its better battery life, lighter weight and smaller size, and internal memory? (I also heard that OLED screens, like the one used in the original Vita model, have less lifetime than LCDs like the new model will have)
From what I have seen, don't. The LCD looks like shit compares to the OLED. I also see a bunch of people are worry if Sony will discontinue the OLED or not, and ironically, going out to buy the original Vita.



Note: it isn't bigger. It's just closer to the camera.
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Old 2013-10-02, 14:19   Link #699
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So I finally started seriously thinking of getting a PS Vita, only to hear that there's a new model coming out. Go figure. >.>

Does anybody know when it's going to be landing on US shores and how much it will be?

Would it be better to wait for the new model with its better battery life, lighter weight and smaller size, and internal memory? (I also heard that OLED screens, like the one used in the original Vita model, have less lifetime than LCDs like the new model will have)
Personally I find the current vita a very solid piece of kit and probably the better of the two versions when it comes to viewing angles/colours and for games that use the rear touchpad.

The newer version on the other hand is apparently slightly smaller, has a better battery life and you'll probably have less accidental taps on the rear touchpad (at the cost of making certain games like the upcoming Tearaway a bit harder to play). I also wouldn't underestimate the changes to the start and select buttons, those two are particularly hard to press on the current model.

Bottom line: I would wait to have a look at both in my hands if I could but I wouldn't pass on a good deal on the current model. It's a truly great system and it does have some nice games but do save up for the largest memory card you can buy
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Old 2013-10-02, 15:39   Link #700
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That being said, if they reveal that the Vita 2000 is $50-$100 cheaper then go for it
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