Archive for category PlayStation Vita Software
See that image above? That’s the mock-up for the physical release for Cosmic Star Heroine on PlayStation 4! The RPG from Zeboyd Games will also see a physical release on PS Vita, and Kickstarter backers are the first ones to get in on the action. Those that backed at $200 or higher will be able to get either the PS4 or the PS Vita version for free, and the backers at $3,000 are getting both versions for free.
Those of you who want to pre-order a copy for either version will need to pay $25, but only after Kickstarter backers have had a chance to pre-order their copy.
Are you looking forward to adding this highly limited release to your collection? Let us know in the comments below!
Double Fine got in touch with us to talk about Day of the Tentacle, and how they’re working on an HD remastered version for the game for PlayStation platforms! The new version of this 1993 point-and-click classic will include the option of switching between the original look and the HD remaster look, and it will also offer Cross-Save and Cross-Buy between the PlayStation Vita and the PlayStation 4 versions.
You’ll need to wait until 2016 to enjoy this release from start to finish, but be sure to click after the break to check out more screens for the game as well as a comparison of the old graphics vs. the new look so that you can see how much things are changing while still retaining the charm of the original.
Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the latest game in the Corpse Party series that is set in a hellish elementary school called Heavenly Host which resides in an alternative dimension. This time, Ayumi Shinozaki (one of the survivors from the previous adventures) decides to go back to said school to save her friends who died there.
Take note that this game depicts explicit violence and is for a mature audience.
Aksys Games has made Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ available both at retail and on the PSN store. This is a new visual novel where you take on the role of Cardia, a poor girl who lives alone in a mansion after being abandoned by her father.
Turns out that Cardia’s body produces a rare poison that can melt anyone who touches her skin. Check out the trailer below to learn more about the game, and be back here at PS3blog.net where we’ll be posting our review for the game!