Recently released US eShop game, The Denpa Men, just had its sequel released in Japan last September. The game had a good reception and fortunately, Genius Sonority, the game's developer recently expressed interest on localizing The Denpa Men 2 (also called Denpa Ningen no RPG 2 in Japan) for the west.
Recently released PS3 Firmware v4.30 adds support for PlayStation Vita trophies bringing in a truer "cross-platform connectivity". The trophies section which was previously located under the "Game" section of the XMB has now been moved under the PlayStation Network section.
Bandai Namco Games is bringing a monster raising game to the 3DS based on the Japanese manga and anime series illustrated and written by Japanese artist Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro. The game is called Toriko: Gourmet Monsters.
Even in my weirdest dream, I never imagined that there can be people flying around on radio waves. That's what the Denpa Men are, creatures with antenna on their heads flying around on the least expected places.
With the recent launch of PlayStation Mobile the PS Vita sure had its game library grown for now and for years to come. Whether you're a hardcore or casual gamer, you'll surely be glad to know that Sony's Senior Manager of Mobile Content Acquisition Sarah Thomson said that "It's coming".
A localized version of 2D platforming game Dokuro will finally come over to North America this coming October. The game will be available in the form of digital download through the PS Vita's PlayStation Store.
Not sure how many of you remembers this game but we have very vague memories of our own. Carnage Heart EXA, the improved PSP version and remake of the PSOne game will be coming to North America this year.
Despite the PS Vita's weak attraction towards third-party developers, its potential is not totally left unrecognized. In T3's gadget award 2012, the PS Vita has won the Best Gaming Gadget in the Gaming Gadget Of The Year category.
Atlus recently announced that Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan for the 3DS will be coming to North America in early 2013. Atlus is also now accepting pre-orders of the game through partner retailers such as GameStop, and Amazon.
A game highly inspired by the SEGA Genesis classic ninja series. Shinobi for 3DS puts you on the role of Jiro Musashi, the leader of the Oboro clan. He is father to the Joe Musashi, who was the ninja in the first game. The 3DS version makes the 12th installment in the entire series.
Justice served! Actually, we're not sure how long this has been around but free is always fresh news, right? Mighty Switch Force music composer Jake Kaufman has made the entire Mighty Switch Force OST album available online and you can listen to it for free!