Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PS Vita

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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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

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

E3 2015: Square Enix – Nier, Star Ocean, Final Fantasy

Nier New Project (PS4) Announcement - Screenshot 1

To a few (dignified) squeals from the staff, Square Enix announced that Nier is returning for PS4. The working title is Nier New Project, and as with the previous titles in the universe, including the Drakengard series, the game will be an action-heavy role-playing game. Only this time, PlatinumGames will be assisting by “amplifying the action-oriented combat and building a beautifully diverse visual experience that will fully harness the graphical power of the PlayStation 4 system.”

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PlayStation 4 News, PlayStation Vita News

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy now in stores, online for PS Vita

Operation Abyss New Tokyo Legacy (PS Vita) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Experience Inc.’s latest dungeon crawler, Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, is now available for PS Vita. Published by NIS, the Demon Gaze co-developer’s newest title pits players against genetically engineered monsters known as Variants. The beasts are overrunning a near-future Tokyo, and as part of the Xth Squad, players must help to save the city as well as investigate the appearance of portals that lead to a realm known as the Abyss.

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PlayStation Vita News

Persona 4: Dancing All Night coming this fall, limited editions revealed

Persona 4 Dancing All Night (PS4) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Atlus has announced that the story-based rhythm spin-off Persona 4: Dancing All Night will hit stores and PSN this fall. As with their other titles, early adopters will get some extras for their pre-order purchase with a Launch Edition, while collectors can grab the Disco Fever Edition. The Launch Edition will run $49.99 and come with an exclusive system skin, designed to fit the latest model, and 10 wallpapers. The Disco Fever Edition will cost $79.99 and include the system skin as well as a two-disc soundtrack, a themed system pouch, two sets of for-pay costume DLC, a golden Teddie keychain, and a collectible box to hold everything. A new trailer and screens are available below.

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PlayStation Vita News

Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment and Lost Song coming to US

Sword Art Online Lost Song (PS4, PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Bandai Namco is revisiting Sword Art Online later this year with two different releases. Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment will launch on PSN for PS4 this summer, and Sword Art Online: Lost Song is slated to hit PSN and store shelves for PS4 and PS Vita this fall. Both titles will follow original stories based on the anime and manga. Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment will include the original PS Vita version as well as all downloadable content (at a later date) and the ability to carry over some items from the PS Vita version for those who still have their save files. No word on whether the translation will be improved, though. Sword Art Online: Lost Song is the third game adaption and will feature an original storyline set within the follow-up VRMMORPG, ALfheim Online.

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New Lost Dimension trailer reveals party powerhouses

Lost Dimension (PS3, PS TV, PS Vita) Character Trailer 3 Announcement - Screenshot 1

Atlus has released a new trailer debuting two more of Lost Dimension’s cast. George and Mana are the heavy hitters of the group, with the katana-wielding George versed in the powers of psychometry and Mana capable of causing earthquakes and throwing debris. Given that one or both of them could possibly be a traitor, it might well be that the player’s party finds themselves having to go toe to toe with the brawlers.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

New Dungeon Travelers 2 video covers the five main classes

Dungeon Travelers 2 The Royal Library and the Monster Seal (3DS) Announcement - Screenshot 3

Atlus has rolled out a new trailer for their upcoming dungeon crawler Dungeon Travelers 2. The latest video gives an overview of the five foundation classes: fighter, maid, magic user, scout, and spieler. The characters start off as one of the five but will eventually transition into more specialized roles as they gain access to intermediate and advanced classes, though they never forget the basics and can still level up their core skills and abilities—whether it’s casting spells are bashing in monsters’ heads, it’s all about the fundamentals.

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