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Dustforce hits the PlayStation Store today

Ever wanted to clean up the world, while looking cool pulling off death defying acrobatics the whole time? US TOO! Thanks to QLOC over at Capcom, your wait is over. Dustforce hits the PlayStation Store for just $9.99 on both the PS Vita and PS3.

In this “momentum based action-platformer” you play as a janitor–who seems to have been taught how to clean by a ninja–trying to rid the world of dirt. You will have to jump, wall run and fight your way through each level as you focus on finding and cleaning all of the dust. Boasting 56 single player levels, 10 multiplayer levels for up to four players and over 100 more maps available for download, Dustforce is offering plenty to keep you busy.

Will you be downloading Dustforce today and clean the world, let us know in the comments below. If you’re still on the fence, make sure to check out the trailer above.

Source: Press Release


Machinarium coming to PS Vita on March 26th


The highly acclaimed indie adventure game, Machinarium, is about to be released on Playstation Vita as soon as 26th of this month. This new version will not only include all the improvements introduced in the PS3 version, such as zooming and magnetic hotspots, but also adds better zooming and control, using Vita’s touch capabilities. Another new feature is the leaderboard that records the time spend on your adventure and stacks it up against all the other players.

If you still haven’t gotten your hands on Machinarium, this seems like as good a chance as any. Better, in fact, since Vita’s touch controls will definitely complement a point ‘n’ click adventure game perfectly.

Source: Playstation.Blog


Rocketbirds now 40% on PSN

Ratloop Asia’s indie title, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is now available for a paltry (poultry?) 40% off for the PS Vita. If you haven’t experienced the cinematic platform adventure game, now is you chance. There is plenty about this title to be excited about and for $5.99 for PS Plus members and $7.19 for everyone else; it is well worth the price of admission.

The PS Vita version sports tilting screens, Adhoc and Online Co-op and two difficulty settings. The PS Vita version also takes advantage of OLED screen with enhanced graphics. Several chapters have been supped up to improve over all game experience.

The music of the sci-fi rock band New World Revolution adds to the surreal and comical feel of this original title from Ratloop Asia. Available, now!


Soul Sacrifice score recorded at Skywalker Sound

If the game design and plot doesn’t pull you in, the music will. Soul Sacrifice for the PS Vita has received star treatment in what perceived as a potential system seller. One half of the music and all of the conducting was done by Wataru Hokoyama (See Soul Sacrifice music to get star treatment ) who shares a special message at the end of the video. The video shows Hokoyama conducting a powerful bit of music for Soul Sacrifice at Skywalker Sound, tubas et al. Skywalker Sound was founded in 1975 by George Lucas and has been recognized as the preeminent recording studio for film and games. Keiji Inafune (co-designer of Mega Man) designed the action-role-playing game for the Vita due to arrive in the US and Europe April 30th and May 1st respectively.


Persona 2: Eterrnal Punishment now on PSN


Persona 2 suffered from split personalities. The game was split between two different games, Persona 2: Innocent Sin and Persona 2: Eternal Punishment and saw remakes on the PSP, though Eternal Punishment was not released in the US. So do this mean we are finally getting that long sought after version? Not exactly.

ATLUS had encountered some significant issues with localizing the PSP version of the game. As a peace offering to fans the company has released the PSOne version on PSN. This version is mostly similar to the PSP version though the translation is not on par with recent localizations of the Persona series. A clarification list can be found on the PlayStation blog, here.

Up until today however, it seems that there were issues downloading the game to the PSP and PS Vita. PSP owners enjoyed a work around by downloading the game to their PS3 and then transferring the games to the PSP. The game seems to be accessible as of this morning for PS Vita owners.

You can help Maya Amano solve the mystery of the Joker Curse, battle or negotiate with demons, and watch rumors you spread come to life for only $9.99.

Source: PlayStation Blog, Destructoid


Rainbow Skies coming to PS3 & Vita in 2014


SideQuest Studios, the German development team that brought you the turn-based exploration heavy RPG Rainbow Moon, has announced a follow-up in the popular franchise, Rainbow Skies. Coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2014, the game is being developed by a small portion of the team as Rainbow Moon is being ported to Vita. Read the rest of this entry »


Hotline Miami bashes its way onto PSN this spring


The teeth gratingly hard game known as Hotline Miami will be making its debut on Playstation 3 and PS Vita this spring. The game is being ported over by Abstraction Games and the original developers, Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital, have little to do with the port. The basis behind the game is that players take control of a cryptic antihero as they run through an alternative 1989 Miami bashing and shooting heads off to fight the corrupt and shady underworld. It has won multiple awards from various prestigious outlets such as IGN, Destructiod, Machinima, and even had a nomination for the IGF Grand Prize.

The game is known for an insanely difficult experience and the PSN version has no plans to change that. Our only warning out there is that for those that chose to play the game on their Vita when you get really angry don’t throw the beautiful little machine. After all it still costs a pretty penny and only Japan is getting the price cut. We look forward to seeing what PC gamers have been raving about for months. Heck, even our sister site, Steam Game Fans, reviewed the game and loved it.


Get your challenge on in Urban Trials Freestyle

Recently the high flying, fast paced motocross game Urban Trials Freestyle (UTF)from Tate Interactive and Strangelands hit (review coming soon) PSN, appeasing fans everywhere. Offering up a huge palate of amazing backgrounds, interactive and ever changing levels, and a hard hitting trick list, UTF can prove to be challenging for even the most veteran player. But what if challenging, just is challenging enough, no problem. UTF offers up a challenge mode, dedicated to those who are interested in seeing how good you really are in trying to complete and beat specific stunts and stats.


Redneck MOBA action in Deathmatch Village

The fine folks from Polish development house Bloober Team, are bringing 3-on-3 redneck MOBA action to PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 in the form of the free-to-play brawler Deathmatch Village. Read the rest of this entry »


Final Fantasy X HD for PS Vita reveals itself

The Sony event left us with some Vita news to drool over. During the event Square Enix waved the HD remake of Final Fantasy X under our noses, causing hunger pangs and frustration. The game was promised years ago for the PS3 at the 2011 Tokyo Game Show, and yet we wait. The video shows model demos of Tidus and Yuna and little else. Thanks to YouTube user, asdfCrocogator, for posting the video.

No word on release date.

Source- Gameinformer

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