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Video: The Hungry Horde Devours PlayStation Vita This Year

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7w ago - Nosebleed Interactive's Andreas Firnigl shared a PS Vita video trailer today confirming that The Hungry Horde devours PlayStation Vita this year.

To quote: Wow. We're featured on the PlayStation.Blog! I'm Andreas Firnigl, Director at [Register or Login to view links].

We're a small development studio based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North East of England, and the reason we're surprised we're on here is that we've come rather a long way in the last couple of years.

We'd like to introduce you all to "The Hungry Horde." Like all good ideas, it's a pretty simple concept. You start the game off controlling a couple of wayward zombies. Every time you bite a human they join your ever-increasing horde, until you're controlling whole streets full of the undead.

Unfortunately, rampaging through the streets eating brains is always going to grab someone's attention, and sensing the danger to the population the government has decided to do the only sensible thing they can: quarantine the area and nuke you.

So it's a race against the clock to gather a big enough horde to smash down any human defenses and take on armed guards, tanks and any other opposition that gets between you and those tasty brains.



 

Soul Sacrifice Delta Update 1.30 Out Now for PlayStation Vita

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8w ago - Sony Producer Kumi Yuasa announced today that Soul Sacrifice Delta update 1.30 is out now for PlayStation Vita with details below!

To quote: Hello everyone! Yesterday we released patch 1.30, the last planned update for Soul Sacrifice Delta and suffice it to say, we're going out with a bang.

And when I say "we," I mean "you," in a very brutal way because I am pitting you against the brainy founder of Avalon himself!





He started his monster slaying career as "Persapius I" and finished it as the infamous fiend "Odin." I am sure you will appreciate the irony that he would himself turn into the very thing that he worked so hard to destroy.

Some people are obsessed with gold, some with power, beauty, love... For the first Persapius it was knowledge, an unquenchable thirst for it which drove him over the edge. And yes, you've guessed it: it's up to you to clean up the mess.

So good luck, be strong and pay extra attention to his cursed parts if you want to learn a thing or two about his powerful magic.

Before you head to your doom, why not pay Carnatux's shop one last visit? I hear he's just received this month's must-have garment, guaranteed to make you the most fashionable corpses...
 

Video: Table Top Racing Launches on PlayStation Vita Today

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8w ago - Playrise Digital CEO Nick Burcombe shared a PS Vita video trailer announcing that Table Top Racing launches on PlayStation Vita today.

To quote: Hi! Nick Burcombe here from Playrise Digital, the team behind Table Top Racing on PS Vita. You may have seen my blog post a couple of weeks ago - hello again, if that's the case!

Table Top Racing is out today, so I'm back to show you guys the brand new launch trailer... As it's launch day, I thought I'd give you guys a few tactical tips before you start revving your engines.

First and foremost, make sure you upgrade your car as you progress - otherwise you won't keep up with the competition. Things get even more interesting when you start experimenting with Weapon-Wheels.

In conjunction with the power-ups, the wheel weapons will give you a real strategic advantage, so think carefully about your selection before each race.

There are 17 fully upgradeable cars, all of which come with some cool skins. You start off with a choice between the Whippy Kai-Yay! Ice Cream Van or the Hippy Bathday Campervan, but in no time at all you'll be upgrading through to the likes of Rally Cars, suped-up pick-up trucks and hyper-cars like the Veloceratti and the Baguetti Carb Injection - we had a lot of fun with the car names.
 

Video: Sony Goes Hands-on with Metrico on PlayStation Vita

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8w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Justin Massongill went hands-on today with Metrico on PlayStation Vita complete with a PS Vita video trailer below.

To quote: Metrico, [Register or Login to view links]' input-morphing, mind-bending puzzle platformer, hits PS Vita tomorrow (for free if you're a PlayStation Plus member).

In it, players will need to think in unexpected ways to overcome obstacles like bar graphs, pie charts, and... wait, what?





Yeah, Metrico's gameplay centers around the world of infographics. Charts manifest and shift as you run and jump - one puzzle even requires the player to throw themselves into a bottomless pit to summon a bar graph, creating a bridge to the next area.

The music in Metrico is worth pointing out. It comes courtesy of Dutch composer [Register or Login to view links], and it delivers some seriously slick atmosphere to this weird, genre-bending game.

Metrico isn't really the easiest thing to describe with words, though. Thus, I humbly present a hands-on video recently recorded in our studio here at PlayStation HQ. Cast your gaze back to the top of this very page and watch me infograph!
 

PlayStation Vita Memory Cards Dumped by Mr.gas and Tomtomdu80

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10w ago - Today Wololo reports that PS Vita hackers mr.gas and tomtomdu80 have dumped Sony's PlayStation Vita Memory Cards with details below.

To quote: Progress on the native side of the Vita hacks is rare, so news like the one we are seeing today is always welcome:

Talk member mr.gas announced today that him and tomtomdu80 (whom you might remember for his VHBL port on Apache Overkill last year) were able to dump the contents of a PS Vita memory card. Although they are not sharing this content publicly for obvious reasons, they have given reasonable proof that their work is totally legit.

This is the first time we see such a dump being announced publicly, since developer katsu released technical documentation on how to copy Vita game cartridges' content more than 6 months ago. Keep in mind that his announce was for game cartridges, while we are talking of a memory card here.

Sony uses proprietary memory cards on the PS Vita, which makes them virtually impossible to read without any additional hardware.

Additionally, it is believed the content...
 
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