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IrisMAN v3.08 PS3 Backup Game Manager with Mamba Payload Arrives

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8w ago - Following up on his previous updates, today PlayStation 3 developer Aldo Vargas (aka Aldostools) made available IrisMAN v3.08 PS3 Backup Game Manager which adds the Mamba Payload for 3.55, 4.30, 4.50 and 4.60 CFW alongside 4.60 Mamba support for Iris Manager v2.93 (Unofficial) and 4.60 Protections Patched from Habib with details below.

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To quote: What’s new in IrisMAN v3.08?

Changelog 3.08: (Jul 7/2014)

  • Added mamba support for 4.50 & 4.60 by Joonie (Thanks to Habib, EvilNat, Orion90 for their contributions).
  • Added mamba support for 3.55 & 4.30 by...

 

La-Mulana Portable: Japanese Retro Action on PlayStation Vita

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12w 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...
 

MoneyPaw Games: Retro Import Hyper Crazy Climber Out Next Week

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21w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen announced today that retro import Hyper Crazy Climber is out on PSN next week with details below.

To quote: MonkeyPaw Games has another import retro title ready. You better have a good grip because you'll be climbing your way to the stratosphere. Our newest game is Hyper Crazy Climber, a series that has roots all the way back to the start of arcades.

Hyper Crazy Climber is a sequel to Crazy Climber. As you likely guessed, with Hyper Crazy Climber the challenges are more hyper, crazier, and climb...ier.

The goal for each level is to start at the bottom of a tower and navigate the level while avoiding obstacles to reach the top. It might not sound too difficult, but that isn't the case at all.

The controls were designed to be difficult to master, and you'll need to operate the left and right side of your character independently to reach the summits.

It'll take expert hand-eye coordination to gracefully climb your way to the peak of beanstalks, clock towers, and other tall structures.

Hyper Crazy Climber originally launched in Japan in 1996 for the PSone. It's a continuation of the arcade games, and the first time a new entry in the Crazy Climber series found a home on consoles.

Here are some gaming...
 

MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush on PSN: Week 6 Features Tomba! 2

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28w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen introduces Retro Rush on PSN: week 6 which features Tomba! 2 with details below.

To quote: It has been a wild and fun six weeks releasing classic game after classic game with the Retro Rush. What's the Retro Rush?

We've been releasing a new import PSone Classic on the PSN for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PSP. So far, the Retro Rush has included Double Dragon, Lucifer Ring, The Firemen 2: Pete and Danny and Wolf Fang.

We've gotten a lot of great response from everyone and it's made us happy to see these games being enjoyed again.

However, the Retro Rush has all been leading to this point, the game that we've gotten the most requests for out of any other game we've released: Tomba! 2. Tomba! 2 is a title we've wanted to release for the longest time but we've had to overcome some technical hurdles first.

On February 18th, you can download the Japanese import version of Tomba! 2 for your PS3, PS Vita and PSP. Since the title is in Japanese, we'll be providing a complete walkthrough on our [Register or Login to view links] for players.

Tomba!, for those who are just learning of our wild jungle boy, was created by Tokuro Fujiwara, who many gamers will recognize having a hand in other classic...
 

MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush Week 5 Introduces Wolf Fang

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29w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen is here with Retro Rush Week 5 which introduces Wolf Fang.

Below are the details, to quote: With a new week comes a new title from the MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush event. Week 5 brings Wolf Fang - an action shoot-'em-up centered around customizable robots - to PlayStation Store.

Wolf Fang was originally released in arcades in Japan in the early 1990s, and made its way to PlayStation a few years later. The story is set in the future: an evil military faction looks to control all the mechs in the world, and the last places on Earth they haven't conquered are Australia and New Zealand (It's always nice to know which areas on future Earth will be the last bastions of freedom, isn't it?). To stop the bad guys from total domination, you pilot your own customized mech to save Oceania.

The customization process allows you to swap out a special weapon, main weapon and legs to fit your personal play style. If you lose all your lives, you can try a different set of parts or keep rocking the same mech.

The choice is always yours, which is good because Wolf Fang's difficulty has a... wait for it... bite to it (sorry, I've been saving that pun for a long time). Overall, there are 12 pieces to choose from so you can play around with the parts to find...
 
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