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Video: Beatshapers Announce Z-Run Out Today on PlayStation Vita

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8w ago - Beatshapers Founder and CEO Alexey Menshikov announced alongside a fresh video that Z-Run is out today on PlayStation Vita.

To quote: Hi everyone. We're very pleased at Beatshapers to announce that Z-Run is out today on PS Vita. We initially announced Z-Run in 2013, but we've spent a lot of time refining the game to provide the best possible experience for the loyal PS Vita fanbase.

Z-Run thrusts you into a world that has fundamentally been overrun by a virus that has mutated people into flesh eating zombies that will do anything for their next meal.

Z-Run includes two game modes including a story and a survival mode, with the story mode seeing your chosen character attempting to escape the city one level at a time, while the survival mode tasks you to hold out for as long as you possibly can against the hordes of zombies with gradually increasing quantities of obstacles and zombies.





Our game features two characters, three unique environments, and twelve deadly weapons. There is a male (Alex) and female (Clair) character that can both be customized and upgraded via points that are earned from the XP and levelling up system, with the points being awarded for successfully completing a level.
 

Total Noob's TN-v9 and TN-v9.5 eCFW for PlayStation Vita Arrives

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9w ago - Following up on his previous updates, today PlayStation Vita developer Total Noob released TN-V9 followed by v9.5 eCFW for the PS Vita handheld console with details below.

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To quote: We told you that it was coming, and now it is here! TN-V9 has been released.

A reminder, TN-V is an eCFW option for PS Vita users who would like to be able to run homebrews and PSP ISO/CSO on their PS Vita. TN-V is currently supported on firmwares 3.01 and below. Other eCFW options, such as ARK are out there, but ARK is not supported on firmwares above 2.02 (as of yet ). To be able to run TN-V, you need to have one of the many exploited PSP exploit games listed below.

This new version of Total-Noob's eCFW adds, fixes, and removes a few features to the PS Vita PSP emulation arsenal. Let's check them out:

Changelog TN-V9:
 

La-Mulana Portable: Japanese Retro Action on PlayStation Vita

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10w ago - Pygmy Studio CEO, Producer and Art Director Hisashi Koshimizu announced today that Japanese Retro Action is heading to PlayStation Vita in the form of La-Mulana Portable.

Below are the details, to quote: Hi everyone! I'd like to present to you LA-MULANA PORTABLE (Working Title)!

Japanese retro action game masterpiece, "LA-MULANA," will be released on PlayStation Vita with new features! This game has it all, with well drawn pixel art, interesting puzzles to solve, and hard action. We really want all LA-MULANA fans and retro game fans to enjoy it!

Search for the Treasure of Life, solve the Mystery of Humanity's Origins.

LA-MULANA is an "Archeological Ruins Exploration Action Game" where you investigate the colossal Ruins of "LA-MULANA," said to be the beginning of all civilization, in search of the "Treasure of Life."

Doctor Lemeza is an Archeologist who comes to this Land with only his whip and a research PC. Helped by e-mails from the tech-savvy elder of the tribe that protects the Ruins of La-Mulana, Lemeza must avoid traps, solve puzzles, and reach the very end of the Ruins.

So just how does the PlayStation Vita version differ from the PC game version, which became a subject of discussion all around the world?

Without a doubt, it's...
 

Roll7: Not a Hero is Coming to PS4 and PlayStation Vita, Details

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10w ago - Roll7's Jamie is here from E3 2014 with details on Not a Hero, which is coming to PS4 and PlayStation Vita platforms.

To quote: Hey, Jamie from Roll7 here! Did you see us? We were shown at the E3 Sony Press Conference! How cool is that?!

We're incredibly excited about bringing our next game to the fantastic PlayStation Nation. Not A Hero is looking better and better every day, and it wouldn't be possible without John Ribbins, Not A Hero's creator and lead developer.

Now, tracking down John can be hard sometimes - especially in the midst of pre-E3 craziness - but we really wanted to reveal some exclusive Not A Hero news for you guys, so we sat him down for a few minutes and grabbed what we could before he flew out with a skateboard under his arm to hook up with Devolver and their carnival of E3 delights.

ON NOT A HERO'S CHARACTERS...

Not A Hero, in a way, is a very character-driven game because all of our playable characters come from different backgrounds, feel distinct and play very differently. In some cases, it's brought on by special abilities; slow reloading, different guns, speed etc. We want to make it so every character brings something different to the table.

The first playable character you meet is Steve, and he's a standard issue,...
 

Reaper is Coming to PlayStation Vita as Free-to-Play Action RPG

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11w ago - Creative Director Luc Bernard announced today alongside a PlayStation Vita video trailer that Reaper is coming to PS Vita as a free-to-play action RPG!

To quote: Hello, I'm Luc Bernard. I'm the creative director, and art director, and - well - I look after many other roles on Reaper for PS Vita. Now this is my first time doing a post on Playstation.Blog, so it may sound a bit all over the place!

I don't know if anyone remembers, but years ago Reaper was announced back in 2010 for Playstation Portable. The title had to be put on hold for a while sadly, but now it's back. I'd say it's a great thing that I waited this long to resume development and show it to the world.

Reaper is a free-to-play title exclusive to PlayStation Vita. Personally the Vita is my favorite portable system for many reasons, which I don't think I need to go into since you Vita owners already know them.





Now let's talk about the gameplay. Reaper is an action RPG platformer, so you'll be leveling up, pulling off combos, destroying enemies, and all those kind of things.

But what makes it unique is the card system. Now don't worry, it's not like those mobile games that have cards where you can't do anything with them -...
 
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