Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Hits PS Vita February 11th, 2014

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23w ago - NIS America Marketing Coordinator David Alonzo announced today that Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc hits PS Vita on February 11th, 2014.

To quote: Hey, doods! It's your humble Prinny David from NIS America here to school you with a cohesive thesis on our upcoming title, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc - a revised and revamped edition of the very first Danganronpa that appeared on PSP in Japan in 2010.

The game is set to release on February 11th in North America, exclusively on PS Vita - just in time for Valentine's Day! You guys ready to fall in love with some ultimate brutality?

In Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, you take on the role of Makoto Naegi - an excruciatingly ordinary teenager who one day finds himself accepted into Hope's Peak Academy. This is an ultra-prestigious school meant only for the best and the brightest and basically anyone but the ordinary.

Some of Makoto's fellow classmates include Leon, the Ultimate Baseball Star; Chihiro, the Ultimate Programmer; and Sayaka, the Ultimate Pop Sensation, so what's a guy like Makoto doing here?

Looks like Makoto's got enough to deal with trying to find his place amongst Japan's teen elite, but things get a little tougher when he suddenly falls unconscious and finds himself rudely awakened by an evil...
 

Sega Announces Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is Coming to PS Vita

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24w ago - Sega of America Associate Brand Manager Aaron Webber announced that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is coming to PS Vita!

Below are the details, to quote: Hello there, PS Vita owners! Halloween may have just passed, but SEGA has one more special treat for you.

Following the fantastic response to the PS3 release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F, SEGA is proud to announce that we have now begun development to bring Project Diva f to PS Vita in the West!

Yes, you read that right. You're not dreaming. Watch the Vita announcement trailer above, take a deep breath, and then let loose that smile.





Now, I want you all to think back a few months to when we released Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F on PS3... do you remember what the user comments here on Playstation.Blog looked like?

"We want the Vita version!" you told us. "Please, I'd sell my soul for a Vita version!*" someone said.

Today, we're overjoyed to not only share the good news of a PS Vita release, but to also finally add a shiny new soul to our collection. (We'll put it in our lobby, right next to the big Miku standee.)

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f will be releasing in early 2014 on PS Vita, and we'll have more news...
 

Zen Studios Confirms CastleStorm is Out Today on PS3 and PS Vita

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24w ago - Zen Studios Community Manager Bobby Loertscher confirmed that CastleStorm is out today on PS3 and PS Vita platforms.

To quote: If you like building castles, destroying castles, knights, vikings, war, weapons, spells, troops, multiplayer, PS3, PS Vita, cross buy, well... CastleStorm is your game! CastleStorm launches today for both PS3 and PS Vita.

For those of you getting ready to play later today, we thought it would be nice to give you some tips on using the ballista, the primary weapon mounted just above your castle's gate.

Starting out, you'll utilize the low-powered, quick-spawning javelin, while the vikings fire harpoons. As the game progresses, you'll unlock more projectiles for your arsenal and upgrade these with gold you earn during missions.

The javelins and harpoons have the shortest regeneration period and will be your best asset in early levels. Getting five kills at once activates a shooting frenzy, which means you can shoot all projectiles in rapid succession for a few seconds. No regeneration period means you can do a lot of damage in a short amount of time, so don't hesitate to fire away.

While javelins are meant for targeting specific enemies on the ground, the Knights' Apple Grenade can either be used to take out a cluster of oncoming enemies,...
 

Video: The Walking Dead: Season Two Coming to PS3 and PS Vita

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25w ago - Telltale Games Community Lead Laura Perusco posted up a video today announcing that The Walking Dead: Season Two is coming to PS3 and PS Vita.

To quote: This is the post The Walking Dead fans have been waiting for... Telltale is finally ready to spill the very first details on Season Two!

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We can confirm today that The Walking Dead: Season Two - A Telltale Games Series continues Clementine's story. Not only will you see Clem again, you'll actually be playing as her, struggling to outwit both the dead and the living in situations that will test your morals and shape the flow of the story through your decisions and actions.

This brand new teaser trailer sets the Season Two mood better than words possibly could...





Not familiar with Clementine? She's a young girl orphaned at the outset of the undead apocalypse, and in Season Two, she's now left to her own devices to seek safety and survive.

Her story starts in the first season of The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series. If you want to get caught up on where it all began before playing the sequel, you can start...
 

Video: OlliOlli on PlayStation Vita: Career Mode Explained

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25w ago - Roll7 Director Tom Hegarty shared a video explaining the Career Mode in OlliOlli on PlayStation Vita below today.

To quote: Hello! It was back in June that we last posted here. At that point we were about to embark on our first E3 trip with a very early build of the game.

Needless to say a lot has changed since then! Player physics have been tweaked, we've redesigned a ton of grindable assets and we've also settled on the final modes of the game (there are four in total!).

In this post we want to concentrate on the most important game mode, Career, as it helps you unlock both Spots Mode and Rad Mode as well as preparing you for the do-or-die, risk it all, Daily Grind.

In Career you are confronted with the task of completing 50 Levels split across five stages: Urban, Junkyard, Port, Base and Neon, with 10 levels per Stage. The levels are split into 'Amateur' and 'Pro' to help the player skill-up as they progress. The Amateur levels follow a linear path - complete Urban 1 to unlock Urban 2, Complete Urban 5 to Unlock Junkyard 1.





However, merely completing a level is least of your worries! Each level has five challenges, two of which are always score challenges, one based on overall score...
 











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