Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PS Vita

Atlus localizing PS Vita RPG Caligula, launching next spring

Caligula (PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Atlus has announced that they will be localizing FuRyu and Aquria’s role-playing game Caligula. The game will be a digital-only release for PS Vita and is scheduled to launch next spring. Not much else is known about the North America release, aside from a note that the game will retain the original Japanese audio. That said, an attack on the English Channel or a horse becoming a consul doesn’t seem likely. Maybe next time. On a positive note, some screenshots from the Japanese version were sent along to liven the news.

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PlayStation Vita News

Touhou Genso Wanderer announced for release in ’17 for PS4, PS Vita

Touhou Genso Wanderer (PS4, PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

NIS is bringing Aqua Style’s roguelike Touhou Genso Wanderer stateside early next year. Set within the Touhou Project universe, players will guide the Hakurei Shrine Maiden, Reimu Hakurei, as she and her new partner, the sage Futo Mononobe, set off on a new investigation. After a golden sphere creates a giant tower, the nearby townsfolk find themselves facing violent clones of themselves. Importers will know the game as Fushigi no Gensokyo: The Tower of Desire.

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PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Odin Sphere Leifthrasir now available for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita

Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (PS3, PS4, PS Vita) The Shadow Knight Announcement - Screenshot 6

Gwendolyn, Oswald, Mercedes, Velvet, and Cornelius have returned after a decade away with the release of Odin Sphere Leifthrasir. The enhanced remake of Vanillaware’s PS2 action role-playing game takes players back to the war-torn lands of Erion, as kingdoms battle …

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs-Force dated for July, new media up

Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs-Force (PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs-Force will be arriving stateside as a digital-only release on July 12 for PS Vita. Along with the date, nine new playable characters were revealed: 00 Gundam, Barbatos 1st Form, Barbatos 4th Form, Destiny Gundam (Heine), Gundam GP02, Mack Knife, Master Gundam, Strike Freedom, and Turn X. A new trailer and nearly 20 screenshots showing the characters in action, along with the new Force Attack mechanic, have also been posted.

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PlayStation Vita News

World of Final Fantasy dated for October 25, trailer, screens released

World of Final Fantasy (PS4, PS Vita) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Square Enix has announced that World of Final Fantasy will be available on October 25 for PS4 and PS Vita. Coinciding with the news is the release of a new localized trailer, which shows more of the escapades of twins Reynn and Lann. In the game, the duo will explore Grymoire in search of a cure to their amnesia. Along the way, they will fight monsters so that they can capture and raise them. The game is said to combine “classic RPG gameplay mechanics with fresh and imaginative toy-like visuals to welcome both fans and newcomers to the series.”

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PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Grand Kingdom LiteDEMO, second character trailer released

Grand Kingdom (PS4, PS Vita) Lite Demo Announcement - Header

Grand Kingdom’s characters are further detailed in a new character trailer. The video features the Fighter, Hunter, Medic, and Witch classes. Even better, players are getting a chance to try the classes for themselves in a new ‘LiteDEMO’ trial that also launched today. The demo includes chapters 1 and 2 from story mode, the ability to fight one war per day, and rollover support that carries player progress over to the final version.

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PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Dragon Quest Builders coming this October for PS4, PS Vita

Dragon Quest Builders (PS4, PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

The 30th anniversary of Dragon Quest is being celebrated with a new release, Dragon Quest Builders. Currently available in Japan, North American players will get their chance to dive into the ‘building adventure’ this October. Similar to other sandbox builders, players gather and combine resources from throughout the world to create tools, materials, and other items to construct buildings. In this case, it’s to rebuild the destroyed realm of Alefgard. Along the way, they will meet other characters and monsters from throughout the series as they help townsfolk and battle those responsible for their plight, Dragonlord and his monster army.

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PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Yomawari: Night Alone coming to PC, PS Vita this October

Yomawari Night Alone (PC, PS Vita) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Yomawari: Night Alone will be making its way to North America by way of NIS. The nightmarish, open-world adventure centers on a young girl who ends up finding herself stalked by spirits in an alternate world after she sets out to find her missing sister and dog. Equipped with only a flashlight, players must sneak and hide as they make their way throughout town in search of clues.

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PC News, PlayStation Vita News

Grand Kingdom to come with free character, campaign DLC

Grand Kingdom (PS4, PS Vita) Campaign and Classes Announcement - Screenshot 1

Grand Kingdom is getting grander for its North American release. NIS has sent word that they are bundling in the for-pay character and campaign downloadable content that was sold in Japan. The freebies will add new characters, a trailer for which can be found below, as well as four nine-chapter campaigns that span all factions. And for those looking to grab it at a discount, the game is now up for pre-order on PSN for 10% off. Pre-orders also come with an exclusive theme and four scrolls that allow players to re-customize the four mercenaries’ appearance and stats.

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DLC, PlayStation 4 News

(PlayStation Vita Review) Ray Gigant

(PlayStation Vita Review) Ray Gigant

“… struggles with an interesting combat system that stands out as the sole bright spot amid a cast of unlikable characters and poor pacing.”

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PS Vita Reviews