It’s ok Capcom. If you don’t want to give us a new Mega Man game, that’s cool. In meantime we have Mighty No.9. The spiritual successor’s new trailer shows off the Mega Man style action in all it’s glory. Mega Man’s creator Keiji Inafune and the team at Comcept really outdid themselves with this one. Now if only they could make their own Mega Man Legends style game…
The game is coming September 14th to just about ever console imaginable.
I think I might cry. Why are all the good things so far away? For those who don’t know, the trailer is for Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, a PS Vita Rpg coming out in Japan only on March 12th. Boy, does this game get me every time I see it. It’s just beautiful. The quality of Digimon games have been going up since BandaiNamco’s last Digimon game Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode for the 3DS.
The problem is that they are both Japan only. Still, that doesn’t stop a few dedicated fans like myself from finding ways get BandaiNamco to get smart and have the game localized here in the west. If you’re interested you can go like Operation Decode’s facebook page and sign their petition to try and bring the game over. Hell, if you’re really looking to cause a stir go straight to BandaiNamco at their Facebook or Twitter account.
A Ps4 and Vita port of Bastion is coming. Even better news is that it is cross-buy, so if you buy one you get the other version for free. Here is to hoping that if this does well SuperGiant Games decides to make Transistor for the Vita as well.
The Playstation Tv came out a few weeks ago, entering the digital media market populated by devices such as the Amazon Fire Tv and the Apple Tv. At launch it is capable of playing PS Vita games (not all, but most), streaming PS4 games through remote play and using apps such as Crackle, Crunchyroll and Quello, with more to come. The big question surrounding the debut of the Playstation Tv: Will people want it? Will it Survive?
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I have never been more disturbed by a game I can’t wait for. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is coming November 4th to PC, PS4, and PlayStation Vita. For those that don’t know, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is a 16-bit remake of the original. The game has old school zelda like game play, two-player co-op, 20 challenge runs, 160 new unlockables and more bosses than before. Just .. just watch the trailer for yourself.
What a year it has been for Sony since E3 2013. They started off the with a strong showing at last year’s E3 and have made the PS4 one of the fastest selling consoles. However, I would not congratulate Sony just yet. They have had their share of bumps in the road as well. Between money issues, game cancellations and layoffs, they still have something to prove with the PS4 approaching its second year. So here are the Top 5 Sony E3 Predicitions:
5. Vita Gets The Spotlight
I am a big fan of the Vita. I play it more then my 3DS and just about everyone that owns one is satisfied. However the problem is getting people to buy the damn thing. This year I think Sony is going to try and rectify that and have a moment for Vita to shine. While indies are the pride and joy of the Vita, I think some big Triple A games are coming to the system. Something Sony can market. Despite the less than stellar port of Borderlands 2 on Vita, big games still work. I can’t say exactly but I think the Vita will its moment this year. Also, here is hoping for Gravity Rush 2!
It’s hard to imagine that almost half of the year has gone by so fast. So far 2014 seems to have suffered from the transition to the new consoles. While there have been a few surprises (Bravely Default, South Park), there haven’t been many big triple A games to talk about. However, the year is not over and with the recent arrivals of games like TitanFall, inFamous: Second Son and Dark Souls, the rest of 2014 is looking pretty exciting. Here are my Top 10 Most Anticipated Games for the Rest of 2014:
10. The Evil Within
I’m generally not one to get scared by horror games. However, the “Horror” element has been missing for a while now. Leave it to Shinji Makami, the father of survival horror and creator of the Resident Evil series, to get me excited again. Makami’s The Evil Within looks disturbingly horrific … in a good way. From all the previews, this game looks to be a technical masterpiece. Lighting that gives off the right amount of dark that leave you not lost but wondering whats around the next corner. The enemies are relentless and powerful. Also, damage is crucial. Limbs stay hurt until they can be patched up, leaving escape difficult.
Look for this one August 26, 2014.
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Sony has just announced on the Playstation Blog that Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines will be coming to U.S and Europe . Both Soul Sacrific Delta and Freedom Wars have been highly anticipated games from Sony’s Japan Studios, while Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is fairly new. Adding these 3 new games to the Vita’s catalog for 2014 along with Borderlands 2, Final Fantasy X/X-2 and the God of War Collection might make for an interesting year.
Soul Sacrifice Delta comes out May 13 and release dates for Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines coming within the next few months. Original post and despriction here. Trailers and screenshots below below:
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Every time I see Freedom Wars I get a little bit more excited. While I have been deep into all the indie and downloadable games that you can find on the PS Vita, I haven’t been this excited for the big games since Gravity Rush. The perception is that Vita does not have any games, but anyone who owns the system knows that is far from the truth and are more than satisfied. I think Sony’s problem is that they do not talk about the Vita as much as they should, but that’s a conversation for another day. Only problem is, Freedom Wars is Japan only. Crossing my fingers for a western release.
Sony starts off their Japan Press Conference by showing off the newly redesigned PS Vita. Coming in various different colors (Black, Yellow, Blue, Red, White, Gray), the new system will be 20 percent lighter, 15 percent thinner and have a battery life that is about an hour longer then the previous incarnation of the PS Vita.
The handheld will run for 19,929 yen, which is about $200 and come with 1 GB memory card. No word on if it is coming to the U.S.