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  1. So we don't clog up the Vita thread, I think this amazing game needs a thread of its own for high score talk, table strategy, DLC talk etc. So here we go. Launch trailer P.S. Add me - Omizzay2 on the vita and Omizzay on PS3/XBL for some alright scores. (I briefly led on Theatre after being swiftly overtaken by jonnyalpha on the same day, and currently hold the top spot on Ripley's, though i don't expect it to last).
  2. This is now available for pre-order on the PSN Store. https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/full-throttle-remastered/cid=EP2154-CUSA06701_00-FULLTHROTTLEPREO When I saw it I insta-bought it, assuming that it was cross-buy. It's currently listed as PS4 only - do you think having already bought the PS4-only version, they'll allow me to download the Vita version when it gets uploaded to the store?
  3. PS+ March 2017 Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Trailers in spoiler links below Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Download Link https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=&utm_source=&utm_term=or-st-104706&utm_content=PS_Plus_March_2016&emcid=or-st-104706
  4. By Omega Force Official Site Release date: February 21, 2017 ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS As a huge fan of the series (even the new one) and the films I don't even care how this turns out. It'll be my first ever Musou game (yes yes, I know) but this seems like the perfect marriage of these two franchises. It's looking to be very faithful to the source material as well. This can't possibly turn out bad can it?! Here's hoping for an Edge 6.
  5. This has been on my radar for a while now but it's been receiving lots more attention recently, including being previewed in last month's Edge as well as on Eurogamer and Polygon, so I thought I'd make a thread. Many sources have compared it with Dark Souls and Shadow of the Colossus, and seeing as these are two of the forum's favourite games there should be reason to be excited. Moreover, it's being published by Devolver Digital of Hotline Miami fame Like Dark Souls and SotC, little is known about the game's story or premise. You play as a small human figure who has the ability to roll and shoot a single arrow, which he can magically summon back to himself by holding the shoot button. That's about it. Like SotC, you travel across an uninhabited and ruined landscape in order to seek out and destroy 25 Titans, the bosses that act as the game's only enemies, whose weakspots you must first uncover and then target in order to bring them down. Like Dark Souls, however, the game is fucking nails: coming into contact with the Titans or their projectiles will instantly kill you, sending you all the way back to the starting 'hub' before you can try again. Best of all, you can have a go at an early code version of the game right now for free and test your mettle against four different Titans. I played for about half an hour earlier and managed to kill two after about twenty deaths, but I think I'll leave the others for when the game comes out proper. Due 'early 2015'. Screens:
  6. Because the graphical style looks fab. Because it looks like it could be the best title in the PS Vita (post) launch line-up. Because it looks like a superb game in its own right. And because there is no "official" thread yet. Developed in-house by Sony's Japanese studio SCEJ (Ape Escape, LocoRoco, Patapon...), and directed by Keiichiro Toyama (Silent Hill, Siren...), Gravity Rush (or Gravity Daze in Japan) is set in the floating town called Hekseville. The game begins when the young protagonist Kat loses her memory and turns to a mysterious black cat for help. The feline grants her the power to control gravity to protect the town and its people against the coming Gravity Storm and the Nevi monsters that have spawned from it. In Gravity Rush players can fly through the air, walk on walls, and do devestating gravity kicks to destroy the enemies. In order to do this, players must first float in the air, then tilt the Vita towards the enemy, and than come crashing down on them. There are also RPG elements like levelling-up, side quests and a world to explore. Throughout the game Kat will acquire new abilities such as telekinesis and the gravity strike. Director K. Toyama cites the French comic artist Moebius (aka Jean Giraud) as his main source of inspiration for the graphical style, but insisted on giving the whole game a manga feel as well. Gravity Rush was set for the European PS Vita launch on February 22nd, but as a download-only game (as opposed to the physical release in the US and Japan), now it seems we'll have to wait till Summer before we find out whether it really plays as well as it looks. Guess Sony of Europe don't feel too confident of this game doing well at retail. Siliconera.com interview: Trailer from TGS 2011: "Falling Apples" trailer (Japanese commercial): First 15 minutes: Official Japanese website: http://www.jp.playst...le/gravitydaze/
  7. Results (as at 21/05/2015): The games which made you purchase the current-gen machines you own. PS4 WiiU XBox One 2DS/3DS Vita I have been planning to update the console ownership poll that I conducted last year for some time now, and this seems as good a time as any to do it. All the current gen consoles are very well established now, and it would be interesting to see how ownership has changed or is expected to change. As an open-ended question, it would be good to know which game(s) made you purchase the current-gen machines you own. I'm not asking for your favourite game on the machine, more the game(s) which made you want to buy the machine. In my case, for example, these would be: PS4: Battlefield 4 Wii U: New Super Mario Bros. U If you put your answers in a reply I will compile these.
  8. Hope you don't mind the promotional post, but... Did you play 10 Second Ninja when it came out on Steam a couple of years ago? Good wasn't it? Well, the sequel - 10 Second Ninja X, which improves upon the original in every way - is due on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One on July 19th. Here's a quick video comparing someone who is bad at it to someone who is good at it: It's super hard, super clever and super funny, and it'll be available for £7.99 / $9.99 / €9.99 when it releases. OR WILL IT? We've just released a special (free) "Prepare To Buy" version which gives you a good idea of what to expect in the game. For every star you - yes you - collect within the demo, we will drop the launch price by 0.0008%, down to a maximum of 40 per cent off. You can download the demo on Steam or DRM free from the main website: http://10second.ninja/index.php I'll throw a few codes for the full game in this thread in a few days or so, so a few of you will be able to play the full version early.
  9. My bud at Infinite State games has uploaded a trailer for their next game. Sadly Don't Die Mr Robot didn't do very well despite being a bloody excellent game. It's hard to get gaming sites to cover you unless you're already a big name these days.
  10. I'm probably the wrong one to start this thread as I'm a Warriors virgin, but picked this up today at Game as an impulse buy, having hyped myself up for Hyrule Warriors before going PS4 this gen. Not too sure what to think so far. The presentation's lovely, really smooth frame rate even with dozens of peasants on screen and all the historical figures involved look like gorgeous anime pop stars, as expected. The music's amazing as well - very catchy. I can't speak for the combat as it's just been me mashing square and triangle so far with screen-obliterating messages from the combatants popping up every five seconds informing me of how the battle's progressing. I very rarely have a clue what's going on, but it sure is enjoyable whatever it is the hell I'm doing. There's a Chronicle mode too where you can create your own character and go around warring-states Japan meeting the famous generals and daimyos of the age. Like I said, I wouldn't know a good Dynasty Warriors game if it blew up in my face, but I've been having a lot of fun with this and it's been getting some pretty favourable reviews. Any Musou connoisseurs care to share their views and tips?
  11. Loved the original game (and the anime), so this news is especially welcome. From Eurogamer:
  12. deKay

    May PS+

    Games are up here: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME EDIT: Watch_Dogs was a lie It would seem that Watch_Dogs (PS4) and Tetris Ultimate are two of the games:
  13. This is on sale at the moment for PS4 and Vita (Digital only). Not cross buy but it has Cross save support. A rather nice jrpg with an almost Persona vibe from the visuals and some of the game systems. £19.99 on PS4 and £15.99 on Vita. Higher frame rates and shorter load times on PS4 but the same game on both. I streamed a couple of hours earlier from the start. I'm really enjoying it.
  14. Coming 2015 according to Roll7 Yes, yes... Thread title will be changed.
  15. MY LIFE IS COMPLETE The game that was my favourite game of all time from 1994 until 2013 is headed to PS4 and Vita, PC and Linux. I had genuinely given up hope of seeing this after hearing about the almost-complete but ultimately canned project to remaster it a few years ago. The Old Master is helming the project too. Couldn't be more thrilled.
  16. Looks amazing. Anyone getting the Surprise Shinobi Slippery Splash-n-Spray Sports Special edition?
  17. http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2016/02/24/coming-to-playstation-plus-in-march-broforce-galak-z-more/
  18. I think it's probably best we start a new thread for season 2 players. That way any new players just getting started on season one don't get spoiled.
  19. I think it's about time we had a thread for this, one of Vita's biggest releases for a while and maybe one of the last Sony boxed retail games (although it's also on PSN for £20) so let's not let it pass without a mention. Info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_Wars http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2014/10/28/freedom-wars-arrives-ps-vita-friday-check-launch-trailer/ Reviews: Not many so far! I'll update as and when more come in. http://metro.co.uk/2014/10/30/freedom-wars-review-ps-vita-hunter-4927678/ Metro - 6/10 http://www.psu.com/review/25027/Freedom-Wars-Review--The-best-of-many-great-franchises PSU - 8.5/10 http://uk.ign.com/articles/2014/11/06/freedom-wars-review IGN - 8/10 http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2014-11-05-freedom-wars-review Eurogamer - 5/10 http://www.destructoid.com/review-freedom-wars-283395.phtml Destructoid - 8/10 I must admit I haven't played it yet but very intruiged by the concept ... any impressions from early adopters appreciated! One of the reasons I originally bought my Vita was the impending (or so I thought) release of PSO2, so hopefully this will fill that hole. Oh, and it's out now online, tomorrow retail.
  20. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/01/07/playstation-now-streaming-game-service-coming-this-summer/ Netflix for games, streaming huge numbers of PS3 games to my Vita please, Sony. Happy to pay a monthly free. Chop chop.
  21. The PlusCast is a monthly podcast by rllmuk members talking about the Instant Games Collection provided by Sony as part of their PSPlus subscription service. Every month, we talk about the games that have been available in the previous month and the games available next month on the service. Listen in to hear about the games that we have been playing and to hear about what lies ahead for you next month. The PlusCast, Oct 15, Xeodrifter, Super Time Force and Sony bashing Hipcast links: RSS: http://barry.hipcast.com/rss/pluscast.xml Subscribe on Itunes too. Thanks to MW Jimmy and Bradigor for his contribution again this month. Dropbox link to previous PlusCast episodes not on the RSS: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fxbzkwj6qiilon6/AAAkRn-JA8TOdG7X_Pxb9IPta Follow us on twitter: @PsPlusCast and facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pluscast
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  23. http://blog.us.playstation.com/2015/01/29/playstation-plus-februarys-free-games/ Apotheon (PS4) Transistor (PS4) Thief (PS3) Yakuza 4 (PS3) Rogue Legacy (PS4, PS3, PS Vita Cross Buy) Kick and Fennick (PS Vita) Thought this deserved a thread each month. Trailers:
  24. I'm sure I heard about this game years and years ago and had completely forgotten about it. Well, it's out quite soon! Looks pretty ace.
  25. I mentioned this already in the 3DS thread, but this actually looks like a totally awesome new 2D-fighter deserving its own thread! Next to nothing is known about this obscure 2D-fighter called Yatagarasu (meaning three-legged crow). We know that it's developed by a very small team supposedly only consisting of three ex-SNK employees. Toshiyiku "styleos" Kotani, who worked on the more recent King of Fighters, as well as some Cave sh'mups, seems to be the driving force behind it all, together with another ex-SNK vet called Umezono. The plot is even more obscure, and talks about a coup in 1926 Japan, and some secret government stuff involving assassinations. Of course that's all subordinate to the gameplay as this is an old-skool 2D fighter after all. Judging from the vids, I'd say the gameplay looks tight if a bit unoriginal. But that's alright, as the characters and animation look top notch, even if the overall feel is still that of an indie game (eg. there's only 8 characters to choose from). Oh, and what is probably its most "distinguishing" feature is the 2D-fighter tournament style running commentary, which, frankly, has to be heard to be believed. I suppose quite a few people are glad there's always the possibility to turn it off, but it has a certain charm too, and I hope it makes it to the Western version when the game's released on the 3DS. More info can be found on the official site ( >> http://yatagarasuinf....com/index.html ) Screenshots: Official trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAZ2sldMyJs&feature=plcp Video feat. the "live" commentary option So far, the game has been released only in a few Japanese arcades, and on pc, but an identical 3DS port is coming later this year to the 3DS eShop as well - courtesy of Nicalis!
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