Yoru no Nai Kuni has been delayed in Japan

PlayStation exclusive JRPG Yoru no Nai Kuni, developed by Gust Corporation and published by Koei Tecmo, is to be delayed. Yoru no Nai Kuni was set to be released in Japan on August 27, but will now see a release date of September 17.

The game has been delayed to “further improve the game’s quality.”

Yoru no Nai Kuni will be released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Currently there have been no mentions of a western release.


Resident Evil Revelations 2 for PS Vita has release date set

Sony’s Third Party Production team have announced a release date of August 18 for Resident Evil Revelations 2 in both the U.S. and Europe.

The game, ported over by Frima Studio, will launch digitally on the PlayStation Store for $39.99 and will feature two bonus episodes:


  • “The Struggle” – You’ll learn more about Moira’s struggle to survive on the island between Claire’s departure and Barry’s arrival.
  • “Little Miss” – You’ll uncover more about the mysterious girl Natalia and her special abilities. Both episodes play a critical role in understanding these characters and how they play into the main campaign.

As well as the bonus episodes, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will feature a co-op mode, known as Raid Mode, with over 15 different playable characters and 200 missions. Additional content includes a throwback map pack and multiple storage expansions for Weapons, Parts, and Albums.

Trailer below.


Persona 4: Dancing All Night finally gets a US release date

Today Atlus announced the official release date for Persona 4: Dancing All Night in the US. The game will be released on September 29 and will have two editions; standard edition and “Disco Fever” edition.

Standard edition will cost a steep $49.99 while the Disco Fever edition will cost an understandable $79.99.

Pre-ordered copies of Persona 4: Dancing All Night will feature a PS Vita decal and 10 different wallpapers.

For more information, visit http://www.atlus.com/p4dan/


Hatsune Miku to appear in Persona 4: Dancing All Night DLC

Atlus have announced that Hatsune Miku will be dancing all night with the characters of Persona 4 in all new Persona 4: Dancing All Night DLC, set to be released this August in Japan.

Hatsune Miku will make her appearance in the song “Heaven feat. Hatsune Miku (ATOLS Remix).”

Screenshots below.


BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend coming to Europe

The fighting game BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend, developed by Arc System Works, will be coming to Europe this year!


Here’s a list of the BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend features via PQube:

  • 28 playable characters – including newcomer Celica A Mercury and fan-favourite Lambda.
  • The full story so far! BBCPEX features both the original Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift stories.
  • Remix Heart. All-new scenarios dedicated to the girls of BlazBlue – bringing light hearted comedy and fan service to BlazBlue’s already exhaustive story features.
  • Incredible art and animation! No other fighting game comes close to the sheer spectacle of BlazBlue in motion – as fights play out through thousands of frames of animation and effects.
  • My Room feature brings customisable lobbies for up to 64 players. Play, match-make and spectate from the comfort of your personalised online lobby!
  • Outstanding tutorials. Arc System Works leads the way in creating simple tools that can take a total novice and train them in the dark art of fighting game combos!
  • Over 30 hours of single player gameplay! From Story to Arcade mode, the RPG-lite Abyss Mode and hardcore Unlimited Mars mode. BlazBlue crams in more single player content than any other fighter!

The game will be released on PS Vita, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will be available both physically and digitally.


Corpse Party: Blood Drive available to pre-order, release coming this Halloween

Corpse Party: Blood Drive is now available to pre-order from the Marvelous Europe Store.

The game will be released both digitally, and physically. Corpse Party will feature two different physical editions, limited edition and standard.

The limited edition is priced at £49.99 and will come with an exclusive art book as well as double audio CD featuring the all the best music and artwork from the series. Standard edition will be priced at £29.99 and will not include any bonuses.

Corpse Party: Blood Drive will be released this Halloween in Europe.

Click here to pre-order or visit the Corpse Party store.


Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is coming to PS Vita

A few days ago Atlus and Vanillaware teased a new HD project together, fans immediately suspected a Odin Sphere remake.

Today Atlus and Vanillaware have in fact announced a remake of the incredibly popular 2D fantasy action RPG Odin Sphere that was originally released on the PlayStation 2.

The remake of Odin Sphere will be released on PS3, PS4 and PS Vita in Japan on January 14, 2016 for 7,980 yen.

Leifdrasir appears to be a more enhanced, or definitive edition of Odin Sphere, featuring different gameplay systems and menu options.


A list of all PS Vita fighting games on sale during the US Knockout Sale

Evo, short for Evolution, is a massive fighting video game championship. In fact, it’s the biggest of the year and Sony is celebrating!

The following are fighting games currently on sale until July 20 on the US PlayStation Store for the PS Vita:



  • Mortal Kombat: $8.00 – $5.00 for PS Plus members.
  • Street Fighter X Tekken: $16.00 – $10.00 for PS Plus members.
  • Street Fighter Alpha: $2.40 – $1.50 for PS Plus members.
  • Street Fighter Alpha 2: $2.40 – $1.50 for PS Plus members.
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3: $4.00 – $2.50 for PS Plus members.
  • Blazblue: Continuum Shift 2: $4.00 – $2.50 for PS Plus members.
  • Fight Night Round 3: $4.00 – $2.50 for PS Plus members.
  • Power Stone Collection: $4.00 – $2.50 for PS Plus members.
  • SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny: $10.00 – $6.25 for PS Plus members.
  • Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!!: $12.50 – $10.00 for PS Plus members.
  • Blazblue: Chrono Phantasma: $6.00 – $3.75 for PS Plus members.
  • Kickbeat: $5.00 – $4.00 for PS Plus members.

Source: US PlayStation Blog 


Atlus And Vanillaware Are Teasing A New HD Project

Atlus and Vanillaware appear to be working together on a new “HD project” after the domain http://atlus-vanillaware.jp/ appeared.

So what does this mean? Due to the style of the teaser website, fans have discovered small hints that point in the direction of Odin Sphere, a 2D fantasy action RPG released on the PlayStation 2 in 2007 by Atlus and Vanillaware.

Atlus and Vanillaware have developed many games for PlayStation systems in the past, therefore if Odin Sphere is to receive the HD remake treatment, we can expect it to be released on the PS4 and PS Vita.

The currently unknown project is to be announced on July 20th, just two days away.


Never Alone PS Vita port coming this autumn

Never Alone, developed by Upper One Games and released last November, is a highly rated puzzle-platformer originally released one Xbox One, PS4, PC and Wii U.

Due to the success of the game, Upper One Games have announced a major DLC expansion that will feature more complex puzzles, new abilities, and environments. This expansion will be available on July 28.

In addition to the DLC expansion announcement, Upper One will be bringing the base game to the PS3 and PS Vita this autumn. As of yet, it is unclear whether these ports will eventually receive the DLC expansion(s). It is also unknown whether the game will support cross-buy, cross-save, or remote play.

Source: PlayStation Blog