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Asdivine Hearts is a new 16-Bit-esque JRPG. Kemco, the game’s developer, announced that it will be coming to PlayStation 4 this winter! I’m familiar with Kemco’s releases and look forward to playing this one. I actually played End of Serenity for review, so I’m definitely hyped for this one!
Kemco also announced that Asdivine Hearts will be 3-Way Cross-Buy between the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Vita version. Yes, one purchase gets you all three versions!
From the pages of A-Force and Champions come the new Zen Pinball 2 pinball tables in partnership with Marvel! This double pack focuses on the women of Marvel, and it’s about time! Check out our Marvel’s Women of Power review for it.
We’re currently playing Stranded: A Mars Adventure to bring you a review for the game, so we got in touch with Tama Games to talk about it’s development for the PS Vita. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi! Welcome to PS4blog.net. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers and telling them a bit about your work and role at Tama Games?
Thanks! I’m Al Crane from Tama Games. Our studio includes (almost) two people in total and is located in Valencia. Since it’s only the two of us, I’m used to saying I’m the Director – which, while it has a nice ring to it, is actually the official title for my job. But, like every indie team out there, I do a little bit of everything.
PS4B: We are here today to talk about Stranded: A Mars Adventure, the studio’s new release on PS Vita. How would you describe this game?
Another day, another new game announced by NIS America! Today we want to talk about Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy. This is the sequel to Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy, a game Ceidz and I did a double review for over at PS3Blog.net. Check some extra info for the game below as well as our gallery of new screens!
Super Stardust Delta is a Vita version of the very fun and hectic Super Stardust franchise on PlayStation. It is very close to the PlayStation 3 release, Super Stardust HD, in terms of gameplay and graphics. This is a game I still like to pick up every once in awhile, even four years after its initial release!
PQube got in touch with us to mention that visual novel Root Letter will be available today on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. If you want a better understanding of what to expect from this release, then be sure to check the trailer below. Click after the break to catch some new screenshots as well as some extra info on the game!