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$12 Miku, more in PSN Flash Sale ⊟
Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is a killer deal at that price! It’s on sale this weekend as part of a “heroine” themed Flash Sale in North America, along with a bit of other cool Vita stuff like the PSOne Classics version of Resident Evil 3 ($1.49), and good stuff on PS3 like Project Diva F ($20), Bayonetta ($8), Portal 2 ($5), and Skullgirls Encore. ($5)
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$12 Miku, more in PSN Flash Sale ⊟

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is a killer deal at that price! It’s on sale this weekend as part of a “heroine” themed Flash Sale in North America, along with a bit of other cool Vita stuff like the PSOne Classics version of Resident Evil 3 ($1.49), and good stuff on PS3 like Project Diva F ($20), Bayonetta ($8), Portal 2 ($5), and Skullgirls Encore. ($5)

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  • Source store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com

Super Hexagon, Ninja Gaiden, Spelunky composers on Adventure Time game soundtrack ⊟

Brave Wave Productions, whose work I’d write about even if they weren’t (full disclosure!) a Club Tiny supporter, is behind the soundtrack to WayForward’s new Adventure Time: Secret of the Nameless Kingdom. The Zelda-esque game for 3DS, Xbox 360, PS3, and PC has music from Chipzel (wow!) Ninja Gaiden composer Keiji Yamagishi (again, wow) and Spelunky’s Eirik Suhrke (yes, wow).

Speaking of Suhrke and Brave Wave, they put out a Spelunky remix EP featuring Manami Matsumae, Alex Mauer and more to celebrate the game’s release to PlayStation 4 yesterday.

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  • Source twitter.com
Whaaaaaaat, Vib-Ribbon on PS3 and Vita tomorrow ⊟
Following the weird non-announcement at E3, Sony has announced for-real plans to publish Vib-Ribbon, NanaOn-Sha’s black-and-white musical platformer, on PS3 and Vita in North America.
Tomorrow! (Europe is next week)
And the PS3 version retains the ability to generate levels from music CDs! The Vita one doesn’t, for obvious reasons.
I’m definitely looking forward to paying an “attractive” price for this tomorrow. If you like music games, cool art games, or the work of the team that created Parappa, you should check it out too!
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Whaaaaaaat, Vib-Ribbon on PS3 and Vita tomorrow ⊟

Following the weird non-announcement at E3, Sony has announced for-real plans to publish Vib-Ribbon, NanaOn-Sha’s black-and-white musical platformer, on PS3 and Vita in North America.

Tomorrow! (Europe is next week)

And the PS3 version retains the ability to generate levels from music CDs! The Vita one doesn’t, for obvious reasons.

I’m definitely looking forward to paying an “attractive” price for this tomorrow. If you like music games, cool art games, or the work of the team that created Parappa, you should check it out too!

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  • Source blog.us.playstation.com

Class of Heroes 2G’s dual-screen play ⊟

It’s not often I post videos about the console versions of handheld games, but this is a neat extra added to the western PS3 release of Class of Heroes 2G.

If you pair your PSP or Vita with the PS3, you can use the handheld as a second screen to display maps, stats, and monster info.

This stuff is really neat and doesn’t happen often enough! I guess given the massive disparity between PS3 and Vita ownership in the US, there’s not often enough incentive to work on features like that. But neat.

BUY PS Vita (PS Vita Slim / Borderlands 2 bundle), upcoming games

More PS1 Imports coming to PSN in North America ⊟

GungHo Online America picked a really strange assortment of games to publish on PSN May 20! Shop RPG Sarara’s Little Shop, Dragon Beat Legend of Pinball, god-game Neo Planet, and early idol sim Heroine Dream 1-2 will all be released for $6 each.

There’s another game I wanted to point out, Tokyo 23-Ku Seifuku Wars. Here’s Gungho’s description in its entirety:

In a post-apocalyptic vision of Tokyo, a ban on uniforms has been implemented. With school uniforms banned, naturally a large-scale civil war ensues. Our hero’s goal is to find her friend’s older brother who went missing during the war. Along the way, she is sucked into the conflict and forced to fight to uncover the truth!

This title has players preparing the ultimate squad of student soldiers to send into large scale combat against their rivals. The battles play out like a crazy game of Rock-paper-scissors based on the elemental attributes of their school uniforms. With heavy emphasis on event scenes and simulation elements, players will need to be able to read Japanese well to fully enjoy this game.

I can’t imagine any of these are going to be super friendly to non-Japanese readers, except for the pinball one. But what a cool assortment!

BUY PS Vita (PS Vita Slim / Borderlands 2 bundle), upcoming games

Somebody has the cancelled Bonk game ⊟

YouTube user “Bonk Brink” (via Dtoid) posted this offscreen video of Bonk: Brink of Extinction, the WiiWare/PS3/XBLA game that Hudson cancelled a few years back. Which means that somebody out there has it.

Which means that somebody out there can hook me up.

I heard this particular Bonk game wasn’t perfect, but I was really looking forward to it! I love Bonk. I actually love Hudson in general, and I was on board with latter-day Hudson, before… the end…

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So many PSN games for 99 cents each ⊟
This is Steam sale territory! Everyday Shooter, Retro City Rampage, Spyro and Crash PS1 games… all 99 cents. If you happen to have a PS3, there’s stuff like the incredible Tokyo Jungle, Braid, Retro/Grade, and more!
Browse the whole selection here and be sure to grab what you’re grabbing before Monday, April 21 at 7:00 a.m. Pacific.
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So many PSN games for 99 cents each ⊟

This is Steam sale territory! Everyday Shooter, Retro City Rampage, Spyro and Crash PS1 games… all 99 cents. If you happen to have a PS3, there’s stuff like the incredible Tokyo Jungle, Braid, Retro/Grade, and more!

Browse the whole selection here and be sure to grab what you’re grabbing before Monday, April 21 at 7:00 a.m. Pacific.

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  • Source blog.us.playstation.com

Bust a Move 4 coming to PSN ⊟

Yeahhhh, gonna be able to download Bust a Move 4 on my Vita sometime this spring! And my PS3 and PSP should I decide to. Natsume is publishing the game as a PSOne Classic in North America.

This version of the Puzzle Bobble/Bust a Move series adds pulley levels, in which two sets of bubbles are attached to one another via ropes and pulleys, so you have to keep them balanced while breaking them.

This was a great game… on the Game Boy Color, where I played it, so I can only imagine the PS version is better. It’s got to be better as a handheld Puzzle Bobble than Bust a Move Universe.

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Ragnarok Odyssey Ace on Vita/PS3 April 1 ⊟

XSEED revealed the North American release date for Ragnarok Odyssey Ace: April 1 on both PS3 and PS Vita. The two versions can play multiplayer together, how fun!

The first print of the retail Vita version will include a 25-song soundtrack CD. The PSN version won’t have that, buuuuuut will be $5 cheaper at $35. Here, enjoy this random weird phrase from the PR: “Players of the original Ragnarok Odyssey will be able to transfer their character’s basic physical features such as name, face and job class (but not clothing).”

Ragnarok Odyssey/Ace seem to fit the general action-RPG/Monster Hunter mold, at least based on the vague memory I have of playing the first game at E3 a couple years ago. I really wouldn’t mind doing some multiplayer adventuring…

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Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day coming to North America (on PS3) ⊟

Heyyyy, cool! The weird endless runner thing Namco released as part of Katsuhiro Otomo’s Short Peace is being localized (along with the rest of it!) It’ll be released on PSN this spring.

Like, we don’t cover a lot of PS3 games, but when Suda 51 and Crispy’s (Tokyo Jungle) collaborate on a game that’s considered part of a film by Otomo, I’m going to put that on my website here.

For more info, check this great USGamer interview with Crispy’s(’s?) Yohei Kataoka.

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PS Now streams PS3 games to PS Vita (eventually) ⊟
Announced today at CES, PlayStation Now uses Sony’s Gaikai tech to stream a selection of PlayStation 3 games, through individual rentals or subscription (separate from PS Plus), to PS3 and PS4, with compatibility for Vita, TVs, tablets, and phones to follow. The service will go into beta this month, and will be available for reals in the summer.
No specific games have been announced; the four games shown at demos are Puppeteer, The Last of Us, Beyond, and God of War: Ascension. Interestingly, the PS Blog post specifies that it’s a service for PS3 games – so not the Netflix of retro games it could be. At least not yet. Still, some PS3 games suddenly becoming portable, and therefore our coverage area, is pretty cool!
BUY PS Vita, upcoming games

PS Now streams PS3 games to PS Vita (eventually) ⊟

Announced today at CES, PlayStation Now uses Sony’s Gaikai tech to stream a selection of PlayStation 3 games, through individual rentals or subscription (separate from PS Plus), to PS3 and PS4, with compatibility for Vita, TVs, tablets, and phones to follow. The service will go into beta this month, and will be available for reals in the summer.

No specific games have been announced; the four games shown at demos are Puppeteer, The Last of Us, Beyond, and God of War: Ascension. Interestingly, the PS Blog post specifies that it’s a service for PS3 games – so not the Netflix of retro games it could be. At least not yet. Still, some PS3 games suddenly becoming portable, and therefore our coverage area, is pretty cool!

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  • Source blog.us.playstation.com
Mighty No. 9 coming to PS3/Xbox 360/Wii U ⊟
If you were waiting to back it until you could be sure you could play it on something that wasn’t a computer, here you go! Here’s some random Scribblenauts-style fanart by turk128 to celebrate.
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Mighty No. 9 coming to PS3/Xbox 360/Wii U ⊟

If you were waiting to back it until you could be sure you could play it on something that wasn’t a computer, here you go! Here’s some random Scribblenauts-style fanart by turk128 to celebrate.

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  • Source neogaf.com