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Unmechanical: Extended Edition Releasing in 2014

Unmechanical Extended

Grip Games has let us know that Unmechanical: Extended Edition will be out on PS3, PS4 and Vita later this year. This is an indie adventure/platforming/puzzle game with a great look and fun gameplay, which is now being expanded with new puzzles and extra levels.

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Velocity 2X Releasing in September

Velocity 2X

Futurlab has let us know that Velocity 2X is ready for launch and will be available on September 2nd in the US and on September 3rd in Europe. The game will be available on PS4 and Vita. The original minis version of Velocity is a game I loved… and look at that! Velocity Ultra was reviewed by Ceidz last year, earning a high score as well.

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PS3Blog.net greatest E3 games announcements and trailers!

E3 2014 is practically over and I while I think that this year’s announcements were a little weaker than those from last year (remember that at E3 2013 we had a lot of new next-gen games), there were a few announcements and trailers which stood out for a lot of us.

I’m going to share with you the announcements and trailers that made me love E3 2014. Of course, your top favorites of this year’s E3 might be different from mine, so do let me know in the comments below!

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Tales of Hearts R for Vita is heading West !!

Namco Bandai Games just announced that the long-awaited Tales of Hearts R (PS Vita) will be localized and released this winter!

A lot of people (even including some fans from PS3Blog) have been waiting for this announcement for a long time, so this news will please a lot of happy Vita RPG players!

Are you interested in this game? I wasn’t expecting this to get a localization since Namco Bandai had been very silent about it, but now that it has been confirmed, I WILL purchase it the day it gets out.

Source: Tales of Hearts R Coming to PS Vita This Winter

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