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Video: Severed Coming to PS Vita in Spring 2015, Gameplay Trailer

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2w ago - DrinkBox Studios COO Graham Smith announced today that Severed is coming to PS Vita in Spring 2015 with a PlayStation Vita gameplay trailer below.

To quote: Well it is an exciting month, with all the work we've put into our newest game Severed, and the announcement that we'll be launching on the PS Vita this Spring. But let me not get ahead of myself.

The PlayStation community has been unbelievably supportive since we first released the original Guacamelee!, so it was a no brainer to bring Severed to the same fans. The Vita is really a great fit for Severed as the game feels very natural there, taking full advantage of both the D-pad and multi touch screen. We can't wait for Vita owners to try it out!





At this point you're probably wondering "What the heck is Severed?"

In Severed you take control of a one-armed heroine wielding a living sword. Crazy, eh? You'll be using touch based mechanics to employ offensive and defensive techniques against a variety of enemies.

In Severed you gain abilities by wearing Totems - armor pieces that are created from the remains of defeated Bosses. These abilities, such as Sunder, can be used both in combat to destroy enemy defenses and in exploration to...
 

Video: Rainbow Skies: First PS3 / PS Vita Gameplay Trailer Revealed

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9w ago - SideQuest Studios CEO Marcus Pukropski revealed the first Rainbow Skies PS3 / PS Vita gameplay trailer video below today.

To quote: It seems that many of you have been enjoying the opportunity to check out Rainbow Moon, which is currently part of the Instant Game Collection.

Today, I would like to show you the first video footage of our new game Rainbow Skies on PS3 and PS Vita, which we've been working on for some time now.

Rainbow Skies takes place in a completely new world and is an indirect sequel to Rainbow Moon. The game tells the story of the three young protagonists Damion, Layne, and Ashly, that meet under unforeseen circumstances and who get caught in the deadly crossfire of two rival superpowers.





Using Rainbow Moon as a foundation allows us to continue to improve all of our core features and introduce many new gameplay elements, such as monster taming and a combining skill attacks, some of which you can get a sneak peek at in the trailer.

For fans of Rainbow Moon, rest assured the gameplay and structure that are a trademark of the series are our still our highest priority and we endeavor not to disappoint!

Rainbow Skies will contain more than 10 times the amount...
 

Video: Kick & Fennick on PlayStation Vita: New Details and Trailer

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18w ago - Co-Founders Vincent Bonefaas and Laurens Bruins at Jaywalkers Interactive revealed new details and a PS Vita trailer video today showcasing Kick & Fennick on PlayStation Vita below.

To quote: Hi everyone. Laurens and Vincent from Jaywalkers Interactive, here. Time flies. It's been a year already since we've last shown our game, but we're back and excited to finally share a bit more about Kick & Fennick for PS Vita!

The past year has been a crazy ride for us. We have been working closely with our friends at Abstraction Games to make Kick & Fennick the best it can be on PS Vita.

The guys at Abstraction have conjured up some amazing tech that allows us to continually refine and improve the game on our side, while they make sure everything we do gets translated perfectly. Kick & Fennick has quite a lot going on so building this custom tech has been a challenge, but we think it was worth it.

The audio also had a big overhaul. Our good friend Jonathan van den Wijngaarden, who composed the music and created everything you hear in the game, has re-mastered the entire soundtrack and polished and added lots of new sounds effects.





As for the release of Kick & Fennick, it's a bit too early...
 

Video: Metrico on PS Vita Dated, New PlayStation Vita Trailer Out

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23w ago - Digital Dreams Level Designer Roy van de Mortel confirmed today alongside a PlayStation Vita video trailer that Metrico on PS Vita arrives on August 5, 2014.

To quote: Hi fellow PlayStation enthusiasts! We're finally ramping up to the release of our first big title, the infographics action game [Register or Login to view links]. We got loads of questions during development, which we are really excited to finally answer in this blog post!

One of the most frequently asked question is; when is Metrico coming out? We're proud to announce that Metrico will be available on PlayStation Network August 5th in the US, exclusively on PS Vita!

Another frequent question was: "Who did the awesome music?" You're in the right place to find out as well! But the most frequent question was the request for Metrico gameplay footage. We want to start this post by giving you exactly that:





Showing Metrico gameplay

The main reason we took such a long time to show gameplay footage is because we always felt the main mechanics of Metrico are quite tricky to explain through video. We never got around to solving this, even though this is probably a recurring issue for novel game concepts.
 

Video: New Velocity 2X PS4 / PS Vita Trailer Update: So Far, So Good

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45w ago - FuturLab Managing Director James Marsden is here with a new Velocity 2X PS4 / PS Vita trailer update which he states is coming along so far, so good!

To quote: Hi folks. Today I'm here to reveal a brand new video showing alpha footage of Velocity 2X; to talk through some of the things we've been working towards; and to outline what we're going to be adding next!

First, the video:





It's starting to look the part, but there's still a lot to do. The major thing left to do is improve the animation on the player character Lt. Kai Tana. We're working on that right now.

The art style

One of the major influences for Velocity 2X was the art style of Flashback on the Amiga. For those of you too young to have played Flashback (poor you, play the original!), it was a stunning visual achievement, using rotoscoped animation and a simple yet stylish art style to create a highly atmospheric experience. 12-year-old me fell in love with it.

Artistically speaking, we wanted Velocity 2X to be the spiritual successor to Flashback (and indeed Another World), and also to create a level of atmosphere and production value that is rarely seen in 2D games.

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