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Final Fantasy Type-0 fan translation out ⊟

We’re unlikely to see an announcement at E3 about the PSP game Final Fantasy Type-0, but who cares? A team of fan translators (SkyBlade and Doomtrain) have released a fan translation patch! It’s been in progress since the beginning of last year.

Between this and Retro Game Challenge 2, it seems like a time of translation miracles has begun. Thank you all!

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Xseed and Natsume keep making E3 weirder ⊟

Seeing two new Harvest Moon 3DS games from different publishers — Story of Seasons from Xseed, and Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley from Natsume — at this year’s E3 is already odd, but the companies had more announcements today that will make the show even more interesting for handheld fans.

Who expected Natsume to announce A-Train: City Simulator for North American release? Yes, that’s exactly what it sounds like, a city and transportation simulator for the 3DS. It’s developed by Artdink, makers of Aquanaut’s Holiday and a number of titles that rarely make it to the West.

Also odd: Xseed announced its localizing another PSP RPG (Natsume is bringing its own PSP RPG to PSN, Kemco’s End of Serenity). It intends to release Brandish: The Dark Revenant, a remake of Falcom’s more-than-20-year-old action RPG, on PSN some time in 2014. The publisher will also put out Senran Kagura: Bon Appétit, that rhythm cooking game for PS Vita, as a digital release this winter.

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End of Serenity on PSN this summer, Grinsia on 3DS May 8  ⊟

Yeah, a new PSP game! Natsume, following the success of Mystic Chronicles, picked up another Kemco RPG for release on PSN this summer.

Throughout history, mysterious objects known as “Atomigems” have existed all over the world. The people of the world have used them for many things, from simple family heirlooms to even objects of worship. However, recently, a gang known as the Underworld has been going around collecting any and all Atomigems they can find. What exactly is their aim?

Meanwhile on 3DS, Nicalis will publish an updated version of Grinsia on 3DS May 8. When did Kemco’s mobile RPGs become such a hot property?

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.

BUY PS Vita, upcoming games
  • 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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Final Fantasy games on sale on PSN ⊟
Finally, the PS1 Final Fantasy games on PlayStation Network (playable on PS Vita, PSP, and presumably) are available for what you might have thought they cost anyway. As part of a sale starting tomorrow in North America, you can download Final Fantasy V, IX, and Origins for $5.99 each, or $5.39 on Plus.
Tons of other portable-friendly FFs are also available, including both Dissidias, whose names I’m not going to type out in full because no, the Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection, and the remade Final Fantasy III. Final Fantasy Tactics is a crazy five bucks! It’s a good time to fill up your Final Fantasy collection!
BUY PS Vita, upcoming games

Final Fantasy games on sale on PSN ⊟

Finally, the PS1 Final Fantasy games on PlayStation Network (playable on PS Vita, PSP, and presumably) are available for what you might have thought they cost anyway. As part of a sale starting tomorrow in North America, you can download Final Fantasy V, IX, and Origins for $5.99 each, or $5.39 on Plus.

Tons of other portable-friendly FFs are also available, including both Dissidias, whose names I’m not going to type out in full because no, the Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection, and the remade Final Fantasy III. Final Fantasy Tactics is a crazy five bucks! It’s a good time to fill up your Final Fantasy collection!

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  • Source blog.us.playstation.com

What is a Danganronpa ⊟

Danganronpa is one of those names I’ve heard a lot, usually in a positive light, but I never bothered to look into it much. So when NISA released a bunch of screenshots of the PSP game, I thought maybe they’d help me understand what it’s about.

Uh…

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Fang is kind of a jerk

Did anyone shell out the $30 to cop Unchained Blades on eShop a few weeks ago? I hope this digital-only experiment (for what was a retail game in Japan) worked out for Xseed.

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  • Source breakfastcontinental

Megpoid the Music #

…is a music game coming out for PSP in Japan that is somehow not a Hatsune Miku game. It’s pretty close, though, based on a different Vocaloid synthesizer program published by the wonderfully named INTERNET Co. Ltd.

This comes out March 28 for … ¥9,429??? That’s like $105!

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  • Source asgard-japan.com

Lost Heroes (3DS/PSP) gameplay footage. While the Super Robot Wars series is all strategy RPG stuff that my brain is incapable of comprehending, Lost Heroes looks much more like a traditional RPG – which just happens to star a bunch of famous robots, including various Gundams and the Ultraman family. That is something I would totally get down with.

Unfortunately, as with the SRW games, the variety of licensed characters, each with their own US license holder that would need to be dealt with, makes this an unlikely release outside of Japan.

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That’s a lot of limited edition/kinda obscure handhelds! Wow, is that a Magic Knight Rayearth Game Gear?
See also: It's a tiny cartridge reunion
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That’s a lot of limited edition/kinda obscure handhelds! Wow, is that a Magic Knight Rayearth Game Gear?

See also: It's a tiny cartridge reunion
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Little Battler eXperience W, a sequel from Level-5 coming to Vita and PSP. I still have yet to play more than a few minutes of the first one (at TGS a couple of years back), but the concept of toy Gundam-style models that kids pretend are real battling robots -– and often are real, tiny battling robots thanks to a conveniently unleashed government experiment –- has stayed with me. It’s a fun little brawler-type game, too.

Man, am I going to check out the LBX anime? Is that something I’m going to look into? I think maybe it is…

Buy: PS Vita
See also: More PS Vita coverage
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