53w ago - Pentavision Global Product Manager Eddie Lehecka has shared a video today spotlighting DJMax Technika Tune turning PS Vita into a rhythm game machine.
Below are the details, to quote: Making the decision to develop an entry of the DJMAX TECHNIKA franchise for PlayStation Vita was something of a no-brainer.
The arcade game is known for its stylish cabinet, high-definition background videos, and innovative touch-screen game play. PS Vita is known for its stylish design, high-definition graphics, and innovative dual touch control scheme. Everything seems to line up, until you realize that the gameplay experience on a 22" touch screen has to be re-created for a handheld platform.
If you're not familiar with the DJMAX TECHNIKA arcade franchise, at its core it plays like most other arcade music games. It has a dedicated control interface used to activate "notes" in as accurate timing with the music as possible.
In TECHNIKA's case the game uses two sets of four horizontal lanes with a timing line that scrolls clockwise on the screen. Even on the 22" arcade monitor, the play field takes up nearly all of the real estate out of necessity.
Our solution was to cut two of the rows to make the interface...
91w ago - International Affairs Manager Lucy Khatajaeva at Lesta Studio has announced that Time Machine: Rogue Pilot hits the PlayStation 3 entertainment system today on PSN for $6.99 with details below.
To quote: Later today, all North American PSN users will get full access to our new title Time Machine: Rogue Pilot.
Today, I'm finally going to answer one of the most popular questions: Time Machine: Rogue Pilot's classic (yet innovative) gameplay, multiplayer features, and extra modes will be available for as little as $6.99!
To celebrate our big day, we've reached out to members of the development team to learn what they like most about the game, what are they especially proud of, and what they think PSN users will most like. Here are their answers.
Andrey, Lead Programmer
Mood-o-meter. Seriously. I think it's a great idea - it's fresh, it's interesting, it's challenging. We even designed a special Trophy for it!
The better you play, the nicer the characters are - they smile, encourage you, and when the mood-o-meter is full, they give you an awesome superbonus that destroys like 50% of the tiles on the screen. Sounds rather easy, but you really need to play like hell in order to destroy the tiles fast enough to make that girl smile.
93w ago - International Affairs Manager Lucy Khatajaeva at Lesta Studio has announced today that Time Machine: Rogue Pilot comes to PSN in March alongside revealing the PS3 Trophy List below.
To quote: Although we nearly got lost in our time-travelling adventures here at Lesta Studio, we finally made it to the finish line - Time Machine: Rogue Pilot will be launched in PlayStation Network in less than two weeks.
You guys will get a chance to get your hands on the game on March 13, and we're all looking forward to hearing your comments. And we've got more good news: Those of you who are not quite sure if our game is good enough to spend a couple of bucks on it will be able to try the game demo - it will go live along with full game on March 13th.
Still not enough? How about Trophies? Time Machine: Rogue Pilot features a total of 11 Trophies, including bronze, silver, and gold. Below you will find the complete list of our Trophies.
Complete 20 story levels on hard mode without losing
Make 15 combos during a level
Complete a level when there's only 8 seconds left
I'm the Bonusman
Activate 50 or more bonuses during one...
94w ago - SEGA Digital Campaigns Manager Mike Kebby has shared a few video trailers today of Binary Domain for the PS3 entertainment system below proclaiming the machine age has begun!
To quote: I know it was only a week ago since I was last here re-introducing Binary Domain, but it brings me great pleasure to actually be here discussing the game now that it's actually available to purchase in the shops (as of this very moment).
Allow me to give you a quick recap about the game before I get into more detail about the multiplayer modes offered for your enjoyment. Playing as Dan Marshall you're caught in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-infested 2080 Tokyo.
When an illegal robot-human hybrid known as a 'hollow child' attacks an American robotics corporation, the world as humanity knows it changes forever. Dan's mission, as part of the peace-keeping R.U.S.T. crew, sees him and his squad mates fighting through both the slums of the derelict lower city and the vastly contrasting wealthy upper city environments in order to get to the bottom of recent events.
What begins as a search for the truth evolves into the squad questioning their surroundings and the choices they make; are the robots becoming more human, or are humans becoming more like...