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Over at the EU Playstation Blog, Alawar Entertainment has announced that a follow-up to Vita’s Free-to-Play Treasures of Montezuma Blitz will be coming soon to the PS Vita. This new game will be called Treasures of Montezuma: Arena.
Treasures of Montezuma: Arena will feature three games modes:
- Dynamic turn-based puzzle RPG Story
- Multiplayer Tournament
- Classic match-three Endless mode
As someone who played a lot of Treasures of Montezuma Blitz (my tips on how to get great scores can be found here!), I’m really interested in playing this new game, and I’m quite intrigued with the “dynamic turn-based puzzle RPG” mode!
Are any of you interested in this new game? What would you like to see in it?
We are pleased to let you know that Treasures of Montezuma: Arena, our latest and greatest Treasures of Montezuma game, is finally coming to PlayStation Vita as a downloadable free-to-play title, and we hope you have been anticipating it as much as we have!
Featuring three all-new game modes, including dynamic turn-based puzzle RPG Story, multiplayer Tournament, and classic match-three Endless mode, Treasures of Montezuma: Arena encompasses the best there is in the history of the game. Moreover, it goes beyond that by introducing more tactical options than ever, thus becoming the largest addition to the series both in terms of sheer size and impact.
The story of the game revolves around ancient Aztec emperor, Montezuma, who was forced by the Spanish conquistadors to flee to an otherworldly place ruled by monsters, and fight through enemy ranks to reclaim his freedom and gain power to return.
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.
FINAL FANTASY X is back—in HD! First released for the PlayStation®2 system in 2001, and widely acclaimed for its moving story and spectacular graphics, FINAL FANTASY X has now returned in HD for the PlayStation®Vita system. Characters, monsters, and environments have been fine-tuned in HD detail, providing a richer, deeper FINAL FANTASY visual experience. Other new features in the HD version include remastered/rearranged BGM, International Edition content, trophies, and Cross-Save functionality.
One of the most anticipated titles of this year, Final Fantasy X HD Remaster was finally released a few weeks ago. I picked it up on PS Vita, and have been playing it ever since then!
Final Fantasy X (PS2) holds a special place in my heart: I played it way too much when I was unemployed back in 2002, and I completely conquered that game in around 160 hours!
Is the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster worth your time and money? When compared to other HD re-releases, how does the game rank so many years after its original release? Long story short, this game is the best HD remaster I’ve played, and this 13-years old game might even the best RPG available in the PS Vita library!
Yea, I love Final Fantasy X THAT much !!!!!
SteamWorld Dig is a platform mining adventure with strong Metroidvanian influences. Take the role of Rusty, a lone mining steambot, as he arrives at an old mining town in great need. Dig your way through the old earth, gaining riches while uncovering the ancient threat that lurks below…
* A rich world of steam-driven robots, inspired by Steampunk and Western themes.
* Explore an underground world full of secrets, treasure and terrors.
* Uncover the remnants of human civilization, a degenerate race of dynamite-wielding troglodytes.
* Randomized worlds with emergent gameplay.