Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky sequel finally coming stateside via XSeed


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After a few Twitter-based teases, XSeed games has announced that Nihon Falcom’s RPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter is on its way to North America as a PSN download for PSP (Vita compatible). The new game, as well as its predecessor, will also become available on PC via Steam. This makes sense, as they were both PC games originally.

No specific release dates have been set for these projects. The Steam version of the original Trails in the Sky is expected this winter, while the sequel is set to come at an unspecified time in 2014.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky was met with love when it arrived on North American PSPs two years ago. Unfortunately, the games in this series have quite a bit of text, and translating it is notoriously hard; this severely limited the progress that a small company like XSeed could realistically make on such a project. To the stated delight of the loyal fans and XSeed staff members alike, the long wait is finally coming to an end.

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August 2013 PlayStation 3, PS Vita & PSP New Releases for North America and Europe


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With games like Saints Row IV, Madden NFL 25, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and more all coming out, you could easily argue that the busy holiday season starts next month. So feel free to argue as much as you want in the comments below.

Here’s everything scheduled to release in August 2013 right now, but for up an up to the minute list, head over to our August 2013 new release page, which we update constantly.

PlayStation 3 Games/DLC

North America

Europe

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 ‘Vengeance’ DLC (PSN) – August 1st
  • Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear (Retail) – August 2nd (UK)
  • Mars: War Logs (PSN) – August 7th
  • Tales of Xillia (Retail & PSN) – August 9th
  • Dishonored ‘The Brigmore Witches DLC’ (PSN) – August 14th
  • DuckTales Remastered (PSN) – August 14th
  • Disney Infinity (Retail) – August 20th/23rd (Varies by region)
  • Battle vs. Chess Premium Edition (Retail) – August 20th
  • Saints Row 4 (Retail & PSN) – August 23rd
  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Retail & PSN) – August 23rd
  • The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (Retail) – August 23rd
  • Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (Retail) – August 27th
  • Killer is Dead (Retail & PSN) – August 30th
  • Lost Planet 3 (Retail) – August 30th
  • Madden NFL 25 (Retail & PSN) – August 30th
  • Rayman Legends (Retail) – August 29th (EU), August 30th (UK)
  • Port Royale 3: Gold Edition (Retail) – August 30th

PlayStation Vita Games

North America

  • Dragon’s Crown (Retail & PSN) – August 6th
  • Mystic Chronicles (Added to PS Vita Store) – August 6th
  • Little Acorns (PSM) – August 6th
  • Divekick (PSN) – August 20th
  • The Walking Dead: Season 1 + 400 Days (Retail & PSN) – August 20th
  • The Walking Dead PlayStation Vita Bundle (Retail) – August 20th

Europe

  • Little Acorns (PSM) – August 6th
  • BreakQuest: Extra Evolution (PSN) – August 7th
  • Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims in HD (PSN) – August 7th
  • Rayman Legends (Retail & PSN) – August 29th (EU), August 30th (UK)

PlayStation Portable Game

North America/Europe

  • Sweet Fuse: At Your Side (Retail & PSN) – August 27th (NA), August 28th (EU)

Also Scheduled to Release in August 2013 for North America and Europe

  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F (PS3 – Retail & PSN)
  • Lone Survivor (PS3, PS Vita – PSN)
  • Luftrausers (PS3, PS Vita – PSN)
  • Mars: War Logs (PS3 – PSN) – NA
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 (PS3 – PSN) – NA, PSN & Retail in EU
  • Payday 2 (PS3 – Retail & PSN)
  • Real Boxing (PS Vita – PSN)
  • Spelunky (PS3, PS Vita – PSN)

*Keep in mind that all release dates are subject to change and new PSN releases are added weekly.

 

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Resident Evil: Revelations Could be Coming To PS3


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Here’s your interesting rumor for the day: The Korean Game Rating Board has rated the currently 3DS-only Resident Evil: Revelations for the Xbox 360 and PS3.

The rating doesn’t allude to whether or not this will be a retail or downloadable release, but it does come with some very funny pictures that try to explain what’s in the game (Korean versiontranslated version).

As I’m sure most of you know, this doesn’t mark the first time a handheld game would be making its way to consolesPSP titles Secret Agent Clank,Ratchet & Clank: Size MattersSyphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow, andSyphon Filter: Dark Mirror all made their way to the PS2 after a short period of time, with the God of War PSP games hitting the PS3 in the God of War OriginCollection.

If this news does turn out to be true, will you be spending more money on aResident Evil title on your PS3? Or did Operation Raccoon City and RE6turn you off the series for good? Let us know in the comments below.

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Final Fantasy Director Interested in Developing Vita Game.


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I love RPG’s and I love Square Enix. The Final Fantasy series is many things to many people but if there is one thing I believe we can all agree on is that they are makers of incredibly beautiful worlds and unique characters. Owners of Sony’s PSP had some high quality games like FF7: Crisis Core, Dissidia, FF: Type Zeroand KH: Birth By Sleep.

But what about that shiny new PS Vita? Where’s the love? Well fear not faithful ones..or just frustrated ones. Hajime Tabata, the director behind two of those big budget blockbusters, (Crisis Core, and Type Zero) has expressed interest in developing for the PlayStation Vita:

I had an impression [that] it was an exceedingly good piece of hardware. Since I [had been] making Final Fantasy titles on the PSP, I have an interest in [developing] for a larger device. As someone concerned with game production, there is nothing other than the Vita that offers that largeness, high density and luminescence, and ability to [render] high-quality images.

Let’s hope this becomes a reality. The PS Vita sorely needs more games to add to its lackluster library line up. This is a time where I agree with Nintendo’s approach. Make and publish everything you can to everyone you can. Yes it means alot of shovelware, but beggars cannot be choosers and I am sure a bigger library will appeal to many undecided buyers and parents and alot of those games will sell.

What do you think? Is the PS Vita dead already? Share your opinion with us.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified To Include Call of Duty: Roads To Victory Free


Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified will be released for the PlayStation Vita on November 13th—the same day as Call of Duty: Black Ops 2—and it looks like Call of Duty: Roads To Victory will be given free to anyone who buys the game.

Robert Huebner, CEO of Nihilistic, revealed that all North American copies of Black Ops Declassified will include the 2007 PSP game Roads To Victory as a free download. Since the PSP title isn’t yet available within the PlayStation Store, this news likely confirms that it will be released sometime before November 13th, most likely at $19.99 or $29.99.

 

October 14, 2012 Written by Jason Dunning