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Video: Creating the World of Hyper Light Drifter on PS4 and PS Vita

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32w ago - Head of Heart Machine Alex Preston shared a video on creating the world of Hyper Light Drifter on PS4 and PS Vita below.

To quote: In [Register or Login to view links] you'll travel a ruined land with a twisted past, delving deep to collect lost technologies and unveil secrets long buried.

I'd like to share a few of the key components under development that make Hyper Light what it is: 1) combat that's lightning quick, brutal and never unfair; 2) a strong narrative and character interactions expressed through visual design; 3) a rich and varied world to explore with an intense atmosphere.

Combat

At [Register or Login to view links] we're all fans of fast, heavy­-hitting combat that requires skill and rewards a bit of finesse. To hell with bullet­sponges, witless drones and unfair scenarios.

We spend a great deal of time tuning our systems, ­adding meaningful feedback in the controls, visuals, and audio design ­so they feel responsive and satisfying each time you lop an enemy in half, blow something up, or wipe out entire packs of ravenous creatures.

Each enemy reacts to strikes with visible knockback, flashes, and brutal sound effects. No weak or shoddy weapons (I'm looking...
 

Video: Unusual World of Metrico on PS Vita, New Trailer Debuted

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32w ago - Digital Dreams Level Designer Roy van de Mortel shared a new video trailer today spotlighting the unusual world of Metrico on PS Vita.

To quote: We're celebrating! We're in the final stages of Metrico's production. We'd like to celebrate this phase with a special, branching trailer. We got a lot of requests to show some Metrico gameplay, but we're not showing everything just yet.

We're really excited though to finally release a trailer with in-game footage. The trailer let's you choose whether to watch a [Register or Login to view links] version or a [Register or Login to view links].

As we explained in our previous blog post, Metrico is all about using input to shape the infographics around you and solve puzzles. In this blog entry, we'd like to give a bit more insight into the world of Metrico and our design approach.





Over the last few months, we've been working hard on finishing Metrico's last worlds. There will be six worlds in the final game. We wanted every world to feel fresh and exciting, that's why each world has its own shapes, type of infographics, colors, music, mechanics, challenges, typography, and animation, which all tie closely...
 

Delve Into the Dysfunctional World of Danganronpa on PS Vita

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39w ago - NIS America Marketing Coordinator David Alonzo invites PlayStation 3 fans to delve into the dysfunctional world of Danganronpa on PS Vita.

To quote: *BRRIIINNNGGG* Attention students, class is now in session. Visiting professor David from Prinny University here (AKA NIS America) to give you a little lesson on Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, which launches on February 11th in North America exclusively for PlayStation Vita.

Trigger Happy Havoc is a revamped edition of the very first Danganronpa that appeared on PSPs in Japan in 2010, and now includes updated graphics, touchscreen functionality, and a new game mode. Now get your thinking hats on, because murder's afoot, and you're going to need more than a #2 pencil to survive the tests this high school's got in store for you.

Imagine attending the most elite high school in the country, Hope's Peak Academy, where only the best students get their education. Your classmates include the Ultimate Swimming Pro, the Ultimate Fashionista, and the Ultimate Baseball Star. And then there's our main character, Makoto Naegi, who's not much of an Ultimate anything.

It's hard enough trying to find your niche in a regular high school, but when it's revealed that the students have been locked in by the headmaster of this school - a psychotic...
 

Video: King Oddball Ends The World Launches on PS Vita Today

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41w ago - 10tons PR Coordinator Jaakko Maaniemi shared a fresh video announcing that King Oddball Ends The World launches on PS Vita today.

To quote: Greetings from still miraculously snowless Finland, PlayStation Blog readers! This week 10tons is back with another game to PS Vita, and what a game it is.

I'm quite frankly not sure what to say about King Oddball. Or, King Oddball Ends the World, as the full name goes in all its glory. The game is a bit peculiar, you see. You're probably better off trying the free trial.

While it's technically true that King Oddball falls in the same physics-based puzzle category as Angry Birds, the fruitfulness of the comparison doesn't last long. Sure, you lob objects at things in both games, but that's largely as far as the similarities go.





First of all, King Oddball is a bit weird. What the heck the titular main character even is? What is he a king of? Why is his tongue so absurdly long and stretchy? Why is he in such a foul mood? Your guess is as good as mine. All I know is the eccentric art style and accordion-heavy soundtrack fit the game perfectly.

Gameplay-wise, and this is probably the part everyone is the most interested in, King Oddball is equally uncommon:...
 

Video: VHBL & Hello World for PS Vita FW 3.00, 2.61 VHBL Exploit Out

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50w ago - Following up on the release of PS Vita Firmware 3.00, today some video footage of a VHBL and Hello World for PS Vita FW 3.00 appeared alongside a PlayStation Vita 2.61 Firmware VHBL Exploit by Frostegater with details below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (VHBL r162 For firmware 2.61 Fieldrunners - EU Version - 1.3 MB) / VHBL r158 v2 For firmware 2.61 Fieldrunners (EU version) / VHBL r158 v2 For firmware 2.61 Fieldrunners (US version)

To quote from Acid_Snake via Wololo: The game exploits patched by Vita FW 3.00, and how this will impact future VHBL/TN-V releases

You may have heard of different naughty surprises that came with firmware 3.00, and you may ask what the hell this has to do with me? you may also wonder about the future of VHBL and TN-V4, I’m gonna tap on that here, but I’m also gonna explain why I think Sony has made a huge dumb mistake.

What happened?
 
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