Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PS Vita

Persona 4: Dancing All Night launching Sept. 29, new media released

Persona 4 Dancing All Night (PS Vita) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Persona 4: Dancing All Night has been officially dated for September 29. Two new additions were also announced for the rhythm-based spin-off, Kanami Mashita and Teddie. Mashita is the protégé of Rise as well as the leader of a new pop group, Kanamin Kitchen. Teddie returns in his regular form as well as his crazy General form from the Arena fighter series. Eight new screens and two new character trailers have also been posted to get a look at the two in action, and so you can get down with authority (with a weird person-bear-thing).

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PlayStation Vita News

Lost Dimension’s final boss, The End, revealed in new video

Lost Dimension (PS3, PS TV, PS Vita) Character Trailer Announcement - Art 2

Lost Dimension’s final boss, The End, is making his debut today in a new video for the upcoming tactical role-playing game. Residing at the top of the ominous Pillar, players must defeat The End in order to prevent the destruction of the world. He’ll also have some friends, namely the traitors whom the player failed to weed out during the ascent.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved hits PSN for PS Vita

Geometry Wars 3 Dimensions Evolved (PS Vita) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sierra has released Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved for PS Vita. Even better, PS Plus members can grab the title for free as part of the July Instant Game Collection promotion. The twin-stick shooter from Lucid Games features the 50-challenge Adventure mode, 40-stage Ultimate mode, Hardcore mode (similar to the original Geometry Wars), and six-stage Classic mode, plus six upgradeable companion drones and six upgradeable abilities. Multiplayer is supported with online versus play, community leaderboards, and local co-op that utilizes both the front and rear touchscreens. Longtime fans will also want to note that Lucid Games was formed by senior developers from series creator Bizarre Creations.

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PlayStation Vita News

Zero Escape Volume 3 announced for 3DS, PS Vita

Zero Escape  Zero Time Dilemma (3DS, PS Vita) Announcement - Header

Over the weekend, Aksys announced that they will be bringing over the follow-up to Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward, Zero Escape Volume 3, to 3DS and PS Vita next summer. As with its predecessors, including series originator 999, players must make their way through a trap-filled labyrinth by solving puzzles alongside other prisoners. The visual novel-theme will return along with multiple endings, voiced cinematics, and dual voice-over support.

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3DS, PlayStation Vita News

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls gets trailer, shots

Danganronpa Another Episode Ultra Despair Girls (PS Vita) July Media Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new gameplay trailer and nearly 20 screenshots have been released from Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls. The action spin-off from the popular visual novel series is set to come out later this summer, and the latest media shows off the murderous Warriors of Hope. The diminutive cult is ridding Towa City of adults in order to make it a paradise for kids, forcing the trapped Komaru Naegi and Toko Fukawa to fight their way out of the chaos.

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PlayStation Vita News

Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star launches for PS Vita

Ar nosurge Plus Ode to an Unborn Star (PS Vita) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star, a remake of last year’s Ar nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star for PS3, is now available for PS Vita. This updated version adds new purification partners, new locked and unlockable costumes for Delta, Earthes, Casty, and Ion, pre-loaded downloadable content, a full tutorial, and balance tweaks/fixes. There’s also a limited edition that comes packed with a copy of the game, a surge concerto pin badge, a sticker sheet, a microfiber cloth, and an 18”x24” poster, all bundled in a collector’s box.

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DLC, PlayStation Vita News

Hyperdimension Neptunia­ Re;Birth3: V Generation out for PS Vita

Hyperdimension Neptunia­ ReBirth3 V Generation (PS Vita) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Hyperdimension Neptunia­ Re;Birth3: V Generation—whew!—is out today for PS Vita. The PS TV-compatible remake updates the PS3 version of Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory with more scenarios and an expanded story that adds a new character. In additional to all of the previously released downloadable content, this version also has free downloadable content in the form of the Japanese voice-over track and the first PS Vita theme. More themes are available for $0.99 each.

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PlayStation Vita News

J-Stars Victory VS+ in stores for PS3, PS4, on PSN for PS Vita

J-Stars Victory VS+ (PS3, PS4, PS Vita) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bandai Namco has announced the release of J-Stars Victory VS+. The Spike Chunsoft-developed brawler features 32 characters from across the Shonen Jump and V-Jump lines, including Bleach, Dragon Ball Z, Fist of the North Star, and Naruto. A Story mode, featuring levels from a variety of the included properties, is joined by a two-versus-two Online Battle mode and, exclusive to this version, a team-versus-team Arcade mode.

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Tracking down traitors in new Lost Dimension trailer

Lost Dimension (PS3, PS TV, PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 6

Atlus has released a new trailer highlighting the traitors in the player’s midst in Lost Dimension. During each game, players must discover who of the squad are traitors, or risk having to face them during the last battle. Choosing the wrong character not only leaves one more traitor to face but also one less ally to call upon during the final encounter. Players need to delve deep into their squadmates’ minds in order to find out if they’re loyal or ready to turn.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

(PS Vita Review) Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy

“… disappoints with an opaque interface, middling combat, and poor pacing.”

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PS Vita Reviews