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PS Vita Weekly Update #203 - 04/06/2016
 
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Criminal Girls 2 is being localized for the West with the subtitle Party Favors, and with a set release date of September 20 in North America and September 23 in Europe. The game will have two special editions, and will be notably censored like the western version of the first game. XSEED have announced two games they're publishing this year. Shantae Half Genie Hero is the fourth in the series of platformers, with plenty of belly dancing hair whipping combat to be had. The game will have a physical 'Risky Beats' edition with a soundtrack for $30USD sometime in the fall. The second game is Exile's End, described as half-Metroidvania, half cinematic platformer. It's coming digitally sometime in the summer. Akiba's Beat was announced from the studio that developed Akiba's Trip this week. The game takes place in a HD representation of Akiba, and revolves around dungeon crawling through people's delusions. The game will be out in Japan sometime in the fall. XSEED have already registered a domain for the game so they may be working on a localization. According to the series creator of Romancing Saga, the Romancing Saga 2 Vita port is being worked on for the west. He didn't give a specific date; in fact the tweet may be interpreted as they're trying to get permission to localize it more than actually localizing it, but it's worth mentioning anyway. Grand Kingdom is getting a demo in next week's store update. The demo will contain four of the game's classes, one war per day, and two chapters of the story, along with save compatibility with the full version. The game launches on the 17th of June in Europe and the 21st in North America. Dates! Europe is getting XBlaze Lost Memories on the 21st of June as a digital exclusive. Reco Love launches in Japan on the 25th of August. Fate/Extella launches in Japan on November 10. There was a surprise release in the form of Delta Strike: First Assault this week, previously a PS Mobile game. And finally this week, Bandai Namco have trademarked "A.W. Phoenix Festa" in Europe - the name appears to be taken from the previously released Asterisk War game from Japan. No official announcement has been made yet. That's it for this week. Channel update. I'm sorry for taking so long for getting videos out on Paranautical Activity and One Piece Burning Blood AND Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, but it appears I'm just running into extraordinary bad luck recently. Paranautical Activity is coming tomorrow, Burning Blood is coming somewhat later, and I'm still waiting on Odin Sphere at the time of writing this. There will be something else coming in the next week though, and if you follow my PSN trophies, you'll probably be able to guess exactly what. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #194 - 02/04/2016
 
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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X has been confirmed for the west on Vita and PS4. The game has over 300 costumes and 30 songs. The game's coming in the Fall. Uppers has been reconfirmed for release in Japan, getting a new date of July 14th, along with a second demo that's available now on the store. The game will also have a free DLC character, Daidoji from Senran Kagura, for first print copies. The PlayStation Plus lineup for April has confirmed the existence of a Vita version of A Virus Named TOM, which will be a free goodie for this month. No details on it's normal price. Lumo, an isometric love letter to old isometric computer games of the eighties, has been announced for Vita and PS4 and launching on the 22nd of April in North America and Europe. The game has over 450 rooms, lots of secrets and several minigames to play. Dates! Skullgirls: 2nd Encore launches on April 5 in North America. Risk of Rain is launching on April 12. Axiom Verge comes to North American Vitas on April 19, no date for Europe yet. MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune vs Zombies has been delayed to May 10 for North America while Europe has no solid date again. Civilization Revolution 2+ received the expected release across North America and Europe for $20 or the regional equivalent. And finally this week, the North American store received two surprise games - Tachyon Project, a twin stick shooter, and Maliya, a card game. Europe also appears to be getting an odd game by the name of Zombies: The Last Survivor on the 1st of April. That's it for this week. Channel update. A video on Maliya is coming tomorrow, hope you didn't mind that cluster that was my Civ Rev 2 video yesterday. As for upcoming videos, nothing planned at the moment, next week will be quite busy though. Unfortunately for me, while my Slim Vita's left analog stick seems to have fixed itself for the time being, my original model Vita that I shipped back for an analog stick repair managed to break it's capture board during transit and it's gonna cost me $300 USD to get a new board. That's gonna be fun. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #139 - 07/03/2015
 
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Tribute Games, the developers of Wizorb and Mercenary Kings, have announced a new 2D platformer by the name of Curses n' Chaos. The game is coming sometime soon to Vita and PS4. Curve Studios have announced two new projects. Stealth Inc 2, previously a Wii U exclusive, is coming to Vita and PS4 sometime in April. Meanwhile, Four Sided Fantasy, a new puzzle platformer, is coming to Vita sometime in 2016. Heart Forth, Alicia was also announced for Vita and PS4 for sometime in early 2016. The Metroidvania platformer RPG is taking cues from Symphony of the Night, Zelda and Xenogears. And finally this week, Soldner X2 Final Prototype will release on the 17th of March in North America and the 18th of March in Europe, for $10 or your regional equivalent. The game will also launch with the Final Chapter DLC pack, and both are Cross-Buy with their PS3 versions. That's it for this week. Channel update. The question and answer session is now available on the channel, since it went up yesterday. I've been pushing out a lot of videos recently, hope you're all greatful. Back to Oreshika. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #197 - 23/04/2016
 
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Indie title Bridge Constructor is coming to Vita according to French site Pockett. The game has 40 levels of building bridges across large valleys and rivers, trying to get passengers across safely. The game's being published by Headup Games and has no release date yet. The lead puzzle designer of Limbo has announced his game 140, coming to Vita and PS4 in the summer. It's a rhythm platformer where jumps will have to be tied to the beat of the music. MilitAnt was announced for Vita, PS3 and PS4 this week. It's coming in late Spring of this year, and involves platforming and shooting lots of different kinds of bugs. Toukiden 2 is getting both cross-play with its PS4 version, and a Vita demo on Japan's PSN, according to the Japanese arm of Koei Tecmo. The Vita demo has no date yet, and the game has not yet been announced for localization. The game's releasing June 30 in Japan. Dragon Quest Heroes II has also received details of its Vita port. The game will run in native resolution and 30 frames per second, and will include both cross-save and cross-play with the PS4 and PS3 versions. The game releases in Japan on May 27, no western announcement yet. Dates! The Sun and Moon shows up in next week's update for North America and Europe. Neverending Nightmare comes to Vita on the 3rd of May in North America and Europe. Same for Azkend 2 by 10tons. The Last Blade 2 is coming to Vita on the 24th of May, with cross-save, cross-play, and a game theme also confirmed. God Eater Resurrection will be out on the 28th of June in North America and the 30th of August in Europe, while God Eater 2: Rage Burst is out on the 30th of August for North America and Europe. Gundam Extreme VS Force is coming to North America on the 12th of July, no Europe date yet. And finally this week, CyberThreat, a strategy RPG focused around a bunch of schoolkids trying to stop murders with technology, finally has a release window of 2017 for Vita. The game emphasizes relationships with your friends and high replayability through two main characters. That's it for this week. Channel update. Videos on Virtua Tennis 4 and Severed are coming very shortly, like, in a couple of days shortly. Don't think there are any other videos that are there to get done, so I'm just gonna sit back and relax a bit. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #208 - 09/07/2016
 
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The much wanted Twitch app showed up for Vita this week in North America and Europe. The app lets you watch live streams or recordings with a special section for PlayStation streamers. Get it for free via the PS Store. Aksys Games have announced they're localizing Tokyo Xanadu, Falcom's RPG, for Vita and PC in the first half of next year. Notably, this doesn't include the recently announced enhanced PS4 version. Aksys Games also announced they're localizing the updated Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters release, now subtitled Daybreak Special Gigs World Tour. No date was given, but the game will release digital only for Vita. PQube have announced they're bringing over Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, the outrageous hack and slash from the developer of Senran Kagura, to North America and Europe sometime this year. No detail on physical or digital was given. Mutant Mudds Super Challenge, a sequel to difficult retro platformer Mutant Mudds, has been leaked for Vita and PS4 via its trophy list. The game hasn't been officially announced yet. World End Economica, a three chapter visual novel, is coming to the west thanks to Sekai Project and Limited Run Games. As implied, the game will be physical and digital. No specific date was given. Spy Chameleon, a stealth puzzle game from developer Unfinished Pixel, is coming to Vita and PS4 on the 21st of July. The game has 75 levels split across five missions and is built around speedrunning. The game will most likely be $5 or your regional equivalent. Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur, another Square Enix mobile game, is making the jump to Vita in Japan. The game has extra content over the smartphone version. The 'pre-registration' period begins July 8, while the game is due out in the Summer. Dates! Type:Rider is coming out on the 12th of July in North America and Europe. 10 Second Ninja X is coming out on the 19th of July in North America and Europe. Bunny Must Die: Chelsea and the 7 Devils is releasing in Japan on July 21. And while this isn't a confirmed date, Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics has a listing on Steam that seems to be pegging it for the 12th of July as well, and my tweet pointing this possibility out was liked by Spike Chunsoft, so it may well be true. And finally this week, an English trophy list for Uppers has been noticed on the usual places, hinting the game may soon be getting a localization. No official announcement has been made yet. That's it for this week. Channel update...or not, because I have way too much to talk about to fit in just this end bit, so tune in tomorrow for a little bit of discussion and Dariusburst. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
Ys VIII Quick Translation Patch Comparison
 
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(Hit "See more" in the description to see more on this video, as my audio commentary would add nothing) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. So the Ys VIII translation patch came out pretty recently and I downloaded the game again to have a look, only to realize that I still had the save files I used to record my video on it, so I loaded it on the video capture Vita and recaptured the cutscene I showed in my original video with the new translation, and stuck them in the order of old translation / new translation. I was thinking about doing a fuller video on the new translation (and still am, it just might be a while due to other commitments) but I thought this quick comparison would help a lot of people out - even in this one cutscene alone there seems to be quite the difference. Feels a lot more natural and in character, both in voices and script. They didn't seem to be kidding when they said they re-did the entire game.
PS Vita Weekly Update #180 - 26/12/2015
 
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Namco Bandai announced four titles for English releases this week. The first is Gundam Extreme Vs Force, a localization of the exclusive Vita Gundam title. It's coming sometime in 2016. Digital or retail hasn't been confirmed. The second and third are God Eater Resurrection and God Eater 2: Rage Burst, for Vita, PS4 and PC. Both games are coming sometime in Summer 2016, both retail and digital in Europe at least. The fourth is Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization for Vita and PS4, also coming sometime in 2016. Volume's Vita port is coming out on the 5th of Janurary. The game claims to have a lot of attention put into it due to the wait that Vita players were subjected to. The game will be cross-buy, and as of the week of this Weekly Update, the game is currently 50% off on both US and EU markets. Two indie games announced for Vita this week: Heartz, a platformer puzzler based around suceeding in deadly lab tests, is coming in 2016 with cross buy. Ninja Senki DX, an enhanced version of a freeware title from developer Tribute, is coming in Feburary 2016 and will also be cross buy. Two games have added Vita platform designations, indicating they will be coming to Vita soon. The first is Max Gentlemen, a free to play hat stacking game, and Aerea Shattered Lands, a recently announced action RPG. Both titles have no official announcements or dates yet. Croixleur Sigma, the indie beat-em-up, will have received it's Vita version on Christmas Eve in Japan. And finally this week, Banner Saga's Vita version, which was announced to be delayed last week, is being finished up by Third Party Productions and Versus Evil. That's it for this week. Channel update. After the 45 minute ramble I did yesterday I think I'll have a week off, except maybe one or two videos if I'm capable of putting something together, since there seems to be no releases coming up. Either way, have a good holiday. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #83 - 8/02/2014
 
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It has been confirmed that the full release of Soul Sacrifice Delta will contain a download ticket for an early demo of Sony Japan's upcoming game Freedom Wars. Soul Sacrifice Delta will also have preorder costumes and a Soul Sacrifice save will unlock a special Toukiden themed costume. Soul Sacrifice Delta will release in Japan on the 6th of March. Ethan: Meteor Hunter, a platformer developed by Seaven-Studio for PS3 and PC, is coming to the Vita "very soon" according to a post on their website, and the game has not only been confirmed as cross-buy with the PS3 version, but the game is currently on sale in at least the North American PS Store. No details yet on a solid date. Putty Squad, the decades old Amiga and SNES platformer, will be coming to the PS4, PS3 and Vita on the 11th of March of this year for $29.99. No details on whether cross buy will be supported or not, or whether there will be both physical and digital or digital only releases. Durarara 3way standoff alley V, a visual novel based on the light novel series of the same name, and an enhanced port of the second visual novel based around Durarara to be released on the PSP, is being released on Vita in June 19 in Japan with new minigames being part of the new content. No details on English localization, obviously. And finally this week, Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition has been confirmed to launch on the Vita and PS4 on the 25th of March in North America and the 4th of April in Europe. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you like it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #130 - 03/01/2015 (Best Vita Games of 2014)
 
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My Top 10 Games Of 2014: Soul Sacrifice Delta: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUqbqc14_hI Danganronpa 1 & 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-tbDMB08kw / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VY68QjnPCjA Demon Gaze: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGv1cyPoud8 Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxDHIQFqIIQ Monster Monpiece: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4CZi13U35g Frozen Synapse Prime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRLgxTSktfQ Rogue Legacy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnB_TSvz1cE The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KbLgz5I158 TxK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6nUcT7SRUE Janurary's PlayStation Plus lineup has been confirmed to contain new releases Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition and Woah Dave as two thirds of the lineup. These games will release on the 6th in North America and the 7th in Europe. A "year in review" post from Santa Monica Studio has confirmed that Fat Princess: Piece of Cake will be available on the Vita sometime in Janurary. THe game has been available on iOS and Android for some time now. XSeed have registered some website domains over the past few days. These include CorpsePartyBloodDrive.com, which is obvious, Xanadu Next, which appears to be a localization of Falcom's recently revealed Tokyo Xanadu game, and Trails of Cold Steel, which one of XSeed's localizers has hinted at being a localization of Sen no Kiseki. More details when they come in. And finally this week, SpongeBob Superhero Pants has been shown on retailer website Newegg with a release date of the 3rd of next month and a price of $29.99. That's it for this week. So thankfully this weekly update has been rather small. So I'm going to take the opportunity to talk about the 10 games I liked the most in 2014 on the Vita. Not the objective best, just the 10 games I liked the most. I'll leave links to my videos below if you want more details on any of these games. These are in no particular order. Soul Sacrifice Delta, Danganronpa 1 & 2, Demon Gaze, Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment, Monster Monpiece, Frozen Synapse Prime, Rogue Legacy, The Binding of Isaac Rebirth, TxK.
PS Vita Weekly Update #292 - 17/02/2018
 
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(Defender's Quest isn't actually out this week. Only on PS4. Sorry.) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. While this isn't a new game announcement per se, it's worth talking about. PQube Games have announced they will be the publishers for the upcoming ports of the Muv-Luv visual novel trilogy, and they will be doing both physical and digital copies for North America and Europe. Rice Digital will also be doing a limited run of the entire trilogy in an as-yet-undetailed special edition. Still no date as of yet. We have two games leaked via trophy lists this week; the first is One Eyed Kutkh, a point-and-click adventure game by Baba Yaga Games. It features a traveler trying to deceive the sun and moon for their space boats so that he can get home. Yeah, I dunno. No official announcement yet. The second game is Deep Ones; a retro platformer inspired by the likes of HP Lovecraft and the ZX Spectrum, which is two things that you wouldn't think go together. The game claims to have a philosophical storyline and changing the genre from time to time. No announcement for this one either. Kadokawa Games are making a new edition of God Wars: Future Past for Japan. With the new subtitle of Great War of Japanese Mythology, it'll contain the base God Wars game along with the previously-announced Labyrinth of Yomi DLC and patches that added gameplay improvements. There's no date for this one yet. Dates! Both Little Adventure on the Prarie and Defender's Quest might release on PSN next week, according to datamined images from Gematsu. Steins;Gate Elite has been delayed from it's previous March 15th date to an undetermined time this year. And Rogue Aces, arcade flight roguelike from the people who made Don't Die Mr. Robot, has a trophy list now, implying an upcoming release. One new physical release this week in the form of Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee from Oddworld Inhabitants and Limited Run Games. It'll be available on the 23rd of this month. No more details about the release as of yet. And finally this week, Mercenary Kings has received a patch to fix its elevator glitch. That's it for this week. Hope you enjoyed the week of tiny An Idiot Imports episodes because this week is where things get interesting again. I have a dedicated date for moving, which is six days from when you see this. I have six videos to get done this week and chances are some of them won't be done by the time the week's out, but I'll try to get at least three videos out in the next week or so. Thanks to my Patrons, the Other Richard, Brian, Joey, Mithaldu, TWIOCH (twee-otch), the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, MarcsLab, Yury, Kyle, Billy, Garry, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #222 - 15/10/2016
 
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The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth appears to be coming to Vita, thanks to a couple of tweets made by the founder of Nicalis. A poll was recently conducted by the same person to consider the possibility of the game coming if it was made to run at 30 frames per second. No official announcement has been made. Wanted Corp, a twin stick shooter that released on PS3 five years ago, appears to be getting a port to Vita thanks to the effort of EKO Software, revealed thanks to a German ratings board leak. No official announcement has been made for this one either. SPL appear to be bringing two new games, The Keeper of 4 Elements, a tower defense title, and Battalion Commander, a scrolling shooter style game, to Vita next week. The two games are apparently ports of PC flash games. A trophy list has appeared for Stranded: A Mars Adventure, a mobile endless runner cross platformer game. No official announcement has been made yet. Along with announcing the release date of Touhou Gensou Wanderer as Feburary 7, NIS America have also announced they're localizing Touhou Double Focus and releasing it on the same day. Europe gets both games three days later on Feburary 10th. Both games are digital only on Vita. Just one date this week. Exile's End has been announced for October 25th in North America. It'll cost $10USD. And finally this week, following up on the surprise of the Dragon Quest Builders demo a little while ago, a World of Final Fantasy dungeon demo will be released in next week's store update worldwide. That's it for this week. I was hoping next week would stay relatively clear so I could get some imports in; seems that I don't have that benefit now. Valkyrie Drive video coming soon, hopefully I'll be able to get one or two imports done before the new games are out. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #179 - 19/12/2015
 
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Hello and welcome to the Vita weekly update. It's the Vita's 4th birthday in Japan, so let's celebrate with a lot of Japanese news. Gundam Breaker 3 was announced this week for Vita and PS4 with a 2016 release date. The new game is being handled by the same developers, and will contain the super-deformed line of model kits as playable if the trailer is anything to go by. Also announced this week was SD Gundam G Generation Genesis for Vita, PS3 and PS4. The strategy game based around said super-deformed line of model kits will have over 650 playable units. The game will launch sometime in 2016. Nobunanga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence: Sengoku Risshiden was announced for Vita, PS3, PS4 and PC this week, launching in Japan on the 24th of March. The new version allows you to play as a military commander instead of a Daimyo, carrying out their life goal instead of conquering the land. The game will also feature elements from the Japanese TV drama Sanada Maru. Bullet Girls 2 was announced for Vita this week by D3 Publisher. The new game will have new characters, actions levels and overall "greater volume". The game is due out sometime in 2016. Romancing SaGa 2, the 1993 SNES RPG, is being rereleased on Vita, along with mobile platforms, sometime in Winter in Japan. The new version will have better controls and more content from earlier mobile ports. There were a lot of Japanese dates this week. Trails in the Sky 3rd Chapter Evolution is coming to Japan in 2016. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana will be launching in summer 2016. Summon Night 6 launches on the 10th of March. Digimon World: Next Order launches on the 17th of March. And finally, Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, the Xbox One visual novel, is coming to Vita and PS4 in Japan sometime in spring 2016. And a couple of European things here: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel launches in Europe on the 29th of January, and Red Game Without A Great Name launched in Europe this week. That's it for this week. Channel update. Told you it would be quiet. I'm considering buying Summon Night 5 as I won't be getting review code for it at the moment, but other than that I'll be mainly slamming myself into Trails of Cold Steel this week for a video on that, so it might be a while before you even see a Summon Night 5 video. Hold on tight for that one anyway. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #319 - 25/08/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Might as well get the big one out of the way; Bloodstained Ritual of the Night has been cancelled for Vita, citing Sony ending support for Vita online features and physical copies. Backers can either switch to another version of the game or get a refund. Side scrolling Japanese shooter Gundemoniums is getting a western release on Vita and PS4 sometime in the Fall, and the creator, Platine Dispositif, has also confirmed that they're working on a Western physical release too, although there's no date for that. Side-scrolling brawler I Am The Hero was announced this week by Ratalaika Games as coming to Vita in the future; they claim to be working on improving the performance of the port currently. No date just yet. Platforming game Perils of Baking is being worked on for Vita; no specific date was given by the developer, Lillymo Games, although they hope to implement crossbuy with the PS4 version. And finally this week, a couple of dates. Pato Box is coming on the 18th of September to Vita, with cross-buy. Ratalaika Games have announced they're the devs of the port of FullBlast, and it'll be out sometime in September. And Super Life of Pixel was delayed from its release date this week to September as well. That's it for this week. I apologize for not having more videos for you but this damn cough will just not go away. It'll be backlogged Better Late than Never until I can get my voice back, then it'll be Bullet Girls, as promised. Thanks to my Patrons, Adam, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #313 - 14/07/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Two titles were announced for localization by Aksys Games about an hour after the last Weekly Update went up, so time to talk about them. Death Mark, also known as Shiin, is getting a Western release, but a release window wasn't announced. A physical release is coming, too. The second is Code;Realize Wintertide Miracles, the second fandisc of the series. It'll release sometime in 2019 in North America and Europe. A physical release is coming, but regions haven't been confirmed. Sigi - A Fart for Melusina, a retro platformer inspired by Ghosts and Goblins, is getting a release on Vita on the 7th of September from developer Pixel.lu. No price, but the Steam version is $2.99. The same developers are also working on a port of their next game, Plutonium Pirates, although they aren't sure if the Vita is capable of running it yet. The Dreamlands: Aisling's Quest, a point and click adventure title from developer The Domaginarium, is coming to Vita sometime next month. The story follows Aisling in a world created by her dreams and nightmares that she must save from a figure known as The Mourner. No price yet, but it's $5 on Steam. Tetra's Escape, an Android-based puzzle platformer, has had a trophy list spotted implying an upcoming Vita release. There's been no official announcement yet. Japan has received an unusual release; Gameloft-developed action RPG Dungeon Hunter 5, known there as Dark Quest 5, will have released as a free-to-play title on Vita and PS4 by the time you see this Weekly Update. Early players will receive an extra bonus. Punch Line is getting a Cheermancy Edition for both North America and Europe. This version runs at $100USD and 80GBP, and contains the game, 128 page artbook, soundtrack, Chiranosuke's collar and pendant, keychain, and a full sized pigeon head mask. There is apparently more Punch Line news coming today, but chances are it won't make this update; check the description if you want to confirm the new news. Just one physical release piece of news today, color-shifting puzzle-platformer Hue is getting a Limited Run Games release next week, on the 20th of July. Dates! Super Skull Smash Go 2 Turbo will be launching on the 17th of July...pretty much everywhere. According to an early picture found by Gematsu, Spacejacked's Vita version will be joining Skull Smash and Super Destronaut DX on the 17th as well. And Chasm will be launching in North America on the 31st of July for $19.99. And finally this week, a port of Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition exists for Vita, according to the head of the studio who made the remaster, Screaming Villians. He said he didn't know when it would be published, if it is at all, but it's kinda neat to know it was a thing either way. That's it for this week. I said those first two stories happened an hour before the update and I wasn't kidding, it annoyed me a little. I appreciate all the opinions talked about me covering homebrew stuff, and I believe I have something figured out that will hopefully make you all happy; you'll see next week, along with a new An Idiot Imports I've been meaning to do for a while. As always, thanks to the Patrons. Eddier, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Brian, Joey, Twee-otch, Z, Chen, joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, Caleb, Rodrigo, JR, Brett, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #325 - 06/10/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Vertical scrolling shooter Fast Striker has been revealed for Vita and PS4 by developer NGDEV and publisher EastAsiaSoft, who are also organizing a physical version of the game. It'll have six stages, four difficulties and what they claim to be 'silky smooth 60fps'. It'll be available on October 16th for $6.99, cross buy. Yet another RPG from Kemco and EXE-Create is coming soon in the form of Chronus Arc, and I have absolutely no faith in the idea that it'll be any different from any of the other RPGs they've made. It's out October 10th in Japan, and I imagine a western release won't be far behind. After a tease a couple of years ago it looks like Atari Flashback Classics may be getting a release on Vita in a new form. This comes from a leaked trophy list; the trophies included have a mixture of games from the first and second volumes with unique trophy art, which would be a lot of effort to go to for a game not being released. There's been no official announcement. In physical news, horizontal scrolling shooter Ice Cream Surfer is up for preorder on Red Art Games, for 20 euro. It'll release on the 7th of December. Just one date for you this week, and it's more of a range, with Fate/Extella Link getting a quarter 1 2019 release window. And finally this week, some more shutdown news. Sound Shapes will be losing it's community-driven level publishing on the 15th of October, joining PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, which has had its shutdown date moved up ten days. That's it for this week. With both Sound Shapes and PlayStation All-Stars shutting down in two weeks it's time to get the streams out, so on Monday I'll be streaming Sound Shapes community levels and on Wednesday I'll be streaming PlayStation All-Stars online fights, if I can, at the same usual time I put videos out. Hope to see you there. Thanks to my Patrons as always, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, Christoph, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #311 - 30/06/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Might as well lead off with the big one; Omega Labyrinth Z's release has been cancelled in the West. While the statement PQube put out was unspecific, it seems blame lies in the hands of Sony specifically. No details if they plan on doing anything with the localization, which presumably was at least close to finished at this point. PQube have said on Twitter that they're working on one more Vita game; they haven't given us many details outside of "it's not YU-NO, Net High or a Science Adventure game" and it won't be out this year. Ratalaika have announced they're porting Super Destronaut DX to Vita, and that it'll be out sometime next month. No further details were given about the Space Invaders styled shooter; this is a different version of the game compared to the ones previously released on Wii U and 3DS, so we don't know many details. Two dates this week. We had a surprise release of circular driving game Roundabout this week; it's $9.99 and cross-buy with PS4. Ice Cream Surfer will make its way to Vita sometime next month. And finally this week, some more bad news; as of the 27th of August, online features for Hustle Kings, BigFest, Gravity Crash Ultra and PlayStation Vita Pets will no longer be available. That's it for this week. Well, that wasn't a great week, was it. The schedule is pretty much set in stone right now; Roundabout on Monday, Fate/Extella Link on Wednesday and Waking Violet on Friday. The week after the next one is where things will get really interesting, though. Either way it's time to thank the Patrons; Eddier, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Brian, Joey, Twee-otch, Chen, the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, Caleb, JR, Brett, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #331 - 16/11/2018 (The Last Update)
 
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It's time. Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. The big story this week is not a good one; Atlus has confirmed the cancellation of 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim for Vita, only leaving the PS4 version to release at an undetermined time. PQube has confirmed that they are no longer releasing Vita titles, saying that the digital-only marketplace for Vita is not viable for business anymore. That combined with the loss of money on Omega Labyrinth Z's localization cancellation probably didn't go well for their wallets, let's be honest. Two pieces of physical release news. Strictly Limited Games' version of Sayonara Umihara Kawase Plus will release on the 18th of November. And Race the Sun is getting a Limited Run Games release on the 23rd of November. Darkest Dungeon got two pieces of DLC this week - The Color of Madness expansion, with new area, bosses and enemies, and more, came out for $5, and a character class, The Musketeer, is available for free. A patch released alongside the game. One more piece of patch news this week - Revenge of the Bird King got a patch to fix the inventory being emptied at random. A couple of dates to round out the week - Mecho Wars: Desert Ashes releases on the 20th of November. Battle Princess Madelyn will release on Vita sometime in 2019. And Slayaway Camp was dated for the 15th in The Drop this week, but it does not seem to have released as of this writing. That's it for this week. Well, I guess it's time. I said it was going to happen some time this year, and with the news of PQube's departure and 13 Sentinel's cancellation, I think it's time to call the Vita Weekly Update to an end. Three hundred and thirty one updates is a lot of weeks, it's amazing it made it this far, but I'd rather stop before the news becomes complete dripfeed. For those people who are wondering what might be happening now; I have an idea for a new weekly series that I want to start next week. We'll see how well that works. For now, I guess I'll be thanking the Patrons. And don't worry, Patrons - I'm going to start including you guys in each video instead, starting this week, including this new series if it works. Thanks to my Patrons, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Caleb, Chen, Christoph, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo, sackchief and Z. If you like my content, stick around, because I'm not going anywhere. See you next time.
PS Vita Weekly Update #224 - 29/10/2016
 
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Kemco have announced they plan to port one of their RPGs, Asdivine Hearts, to Vita, PS3 and PS4. The game claims to be focused on being a good retro RPG, with over 40 hours of gameplay and a twisting and turning plot. The game will be crossbuy. Developer Cowcat announced a Vita port of their point and click adventure Demetrios. The game claims to be a humor oriented adventure game, with 8 hours of story and a high amount of interactivity. The game will release in North America on the 15th of November. SaGa Scarlet Grace is getting special stylized Vita bundles in Japan. The bundles will have a special design, some artwork, and an exclusive theme. They will be available day and date with the Japanese version of the game, December 15. Dates. Spider Rite of the Shrouded Moon launched by surprise this week. Steins;Gate 0 has been confirmed for November 25 in Europe and November 29 in North America. Two European dates: Fate/Extella has been confirmed for a Janurary 2017 release by Marvelous Europe. PQube have confirmed they're handling the European release of Akiba's Beat in Q1 2017. The 3D Touhou fighting game, Touhou Koubuto V, has been pushed up from November 3 to 2. The Japanese version of Rodem the Wild is releasing sometime in December; the game has been confirmed for an international release previously but still has no date. Finally this week, Bridge Constructor's trophies have shown up on the usual trophy indexing sites. No official date has been given just yet. That's it for this week. I'll be recording my video on World of Final Fantasy about the same time I finish up recording for this weekly update so barring all problems I should have that up on the weekend. I have no code for anything else just yet so I'll probably just get to another import or two before next week. Man, this Play-Asia thing is nice, isn't it? If you didn't watch my Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu video, go and watch at least some of that if you can, I put a lot of effort into that video. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #143 - 04/04/2015
 
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Square Enix and Tecmo Koei Games announced Dragon Quest Heroes 2 this week. While there's next to no details on what the game is yet, what is known is that there's a Vita version coming alongside the PS3 and PS4 versions. Project Root, a top down shoot-em-up from Opqam, is coming to Vita and PS4 on the 28th of April in North America. The game has already released on Steam for $10, so one can argue that will probably be the price of the PlayStation versions. Cross-buy is included. Spike Chunsoft are remaking a Japanese PC indie game known as One Way Heroics under the new title Mystery Chronicle: I Won't Look Back Until I Win. The game is a turn based RPG roguelike where the world is being slowly destroyed from the left, and if the player is touched, the game ends. The game ia due out in the summer in Japan. Chaos;Child, the sequel to Chaos;Head, spin off to Steins;Gate, previously exclusive to Xbox One in Japan, is coming to Vita, PS3 and PS4 in Japan on the 25th of June, with a demo available in Japan right now. Here's some Japanese release dates for you. Ray Gigant, Experience's new DRPG in combination with Bandai Namco, is coming on the 30th of July. Luminous Arc Infinity is releasing on the 6th of August. And Zettai Geigeki Wars: Metropolis Defenders is coming on the 2nd of July. And finally this week, something I missed last week - Run Sackboy Run is now out on North American Vitas. That's it for this week. Channel update. I hope you're not sick of the PS Mobile videos yet because the backlog is heavy and the release list isn't looking great for the next week, so MORE PS MOBILE! Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. That's it for this week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #312 - 07/07/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. There isn't much news this week so I'll do it in one shot. Severed is getting a Play-Asia exclusive physical special edition, with soundtrack, manual, certificate and collector's box for $35USD. It'll be out sometime next month. Super Destronaut DX will be out next week, for $4.99. And Radio Hammer Station's Japanese release is out on July 12th; the English version is still up in the air. That's it. No, really. YU-NO got announced for the West, but Spike Chunsoft are skipping the Vita version, again. As for what videos are coming up next week...I have a video ready to go for Monday, and I can probably have a Super Destronaut video ready for Friday, so Wednesday will probably be a Better Late than Never from the backlog. Better than nothing, I suppose. Patrons, as always, must be thanked. Eddier, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Brian, Joey, Twee-otch, Chen, the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, Caleb, Rodrigo, JR, BRett, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
BlueMaxima's Top 100 Vita Games 2018 Addendum
 
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See the original here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ompr1qfvJ7k Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount.
BlueMaxima Reviews Dokuro
 
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I'll answer any questions about Dokuro in the comments.
Meowch!
 
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PS Vita Weekly Update #324 - 29/09/2018
 
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(And Fate/Extella Link now has a release window of Q1 2019.) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Hacky Zack, a high-speed puzzle platformer, has had a trophy list spotted for Vita and PS4 this week. No official announcement has been made for a port yet, although one may be incoming. Back in 1995, PlayStation one-era throwback horror title originally supposed to release three years ago, has been picked up for porting & publishing by Ratalaika Games. They didn't give out a specific date, just a teaser trailer. Limited Run Games have announced they'll be releasing Another World 20th Anniversary Edition physically on the 28th of September at 10am Eastern...which means that by the time you see this, the game will have probably sold out already. Whoops. Sorry about that. XSeed have released a free demo of their upcoming otome title London Detective Mysteria on the PlayStation Store this week in the US, Europe and Australia. The demo will allow you to play through the game's prologue. Apparently it took quite a bit of effort to put together. Dates! Revenant Dogma, the Kemco and EXE-Create RPG that was announced two weeks ago, is now available on the US PS Store. Pato Box has a date again after a couple of delays - it'll be out on the 2nd of next month, so, next week. And Root Letter: Last Answer, on top of being confirmed as a live-action remake of the original, has been dated for the 20th of December in Japan. And finally this week, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will lose its online functionality as of the 25th of October, so get your platinum trophies while you can. That's it for this week. Alright. I have no content ready for you next week at this very moment. There were many, many different things that I wanted to do and somehow I screwed up almost all of them due to one set of circumstances or another, so I kinda have nothing. However, I do have the demo of London Detective Mysteria to play through, I do believe I'm getting code for Pato Box, and if worse comes to worse I can always do a video on the Fist of the North Star game because I'm really looking forward to that, so at least there won't be nothing this week. Thanks to my Patrons as always, Adam, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
Switch Weekly Update #27 - 10/09/2017
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Switch firmware 3.0.2 launched this week. The main feature is online functionality for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia or Peru. And of course, stability. The Switch is getting an updated version of Rockstar published detective title LA Noire. The new version launches on the 14th of November, and contains all of the DLC, Joy-Con and touch controls, and new camera angles. Nicalis have put up a picture of some titles they're working on, with some of their unnanounced games blurred out. Fans have figured out that some of the games are VVVVVV, Knight Terrors, Hyper Light Drifter, 1001 Spikes and Code of Princess, but none are 100% confirmed yet. Once they're confirmed by Nicalis, I'll mention them here again. Sociable Soccer, a spiritual successor to the Sensible Soccer series from one of the creators, is coming to the Switch in the future if a backroom meeting talked about by YouTube user truepace is to be believed. The game will have over 30,000 players and online play, and will launch on Steam Early Access next month. Two tennis games for you - Timber Tennis, from the creator of hit flash game Timberman, is coming to Switch soon from Crunching Koalas. It has unlockable skills and online multiplayer. The second game is Tennis World Tour from Bigben Interactive. The game will be a spiritual successor to Top Spin 4, with one of the original producers working on the project. It'll be out sometime next year. Garu Metal, a rhythm game from studio DMM Games, is coming to the Switch sometime in the future. Not many details are available about the game yet. Tobe Yo Dragon, a title from Silver Star Japan about martial artists jumping up a waterfall, was released this week for 200 yen. German TV show Schlag den Star is getting a Switch game with 20 minigames and 8000 questions, with the original host and a character creator. The game will only be available in Austria, Germany and Switzerland on the 29th of this month. Dates! The English Quest of Dungeons release is coming on the 14th of September. Lumo is due out sometime next month. 88 Heroes: 98 Heroes Edition has been announced officially, with dates of the 2nd of October for North America and the 10th of October in Europe. Syberia is releasing on October 20th. Morphite has been delayed on Switch once again due to technical issues. Updates! Overcooked's promised patch has been pushed, with more performance patches promised. Fast RMX will get its new patch with six new tracks and a Japanese release on the 13th of this month. Cave Story Plus gets its co-op update two days later on the 15th. The next ARMS patch will add, along with assumedly other features, customizable controls. And VOEZ is getting yet another patch with more details coming later this month. And finally this week, two leaked listings - on the Tokyo Game Show site for previously revealed game Steins;Gate Elite there exists a listing for Switch, and a listing for title Aragami showed up on EB Games Australia before being quickly removed. Both games haven't been officially announced yet. That's it for this week. There's a fair few games out like RBI Baseball, Gunvolt and Lego Worlds, but I need to hold onto the money I'd use for them for Pokken Tournament, so I can't check those out unfortunately, and trust me, I asked. I do have code for Neurovoider though, so a video for that should be forthcoming. Thanks to my Patrons, Richard, the other Richard, Bonfire Cow, Brian, Joey, Chen, Eric, Miguel, Felimban, Alan, Kyle, Billy, Gary, Gunnar, Alexander, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, comment, rest of the outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #328 - 27/10/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Bullet hell title Gundemoniums has officially been confirmed for the West, with both a digital version confirmed for $15 with cross-buy in mid-november, and a physical release totalling 1800 copies being published by Strictly Limited Games, for which preorders will open on the 28th of October. Slayaway Camp: Butcher's Cut has been confirmed for Vita by Digerati Distribution after a trophy list leaked earlier in the week. The horror-themed isometric puzzler will contain over 300 levels, the most of any version, be cross-buy with the previously released PS4 version, and contain the voice talents of the actors who played male Commander Shepard and Jason from the Friday the 13th game. It'll be out on November 6th and 7th for North America and Europe respectively. Dragoon Entertainment has announced their latest magnum opus, named The Demon Rush: Legends Corrupt, an action RPG based on an earlier release of his, but with ground-up changes. There will be multiple modes, indepth character customization and plenty of monsters to slash through. It'll be out somewhere between Q2 and Q3, 2019. Ratalaika are working on porting side-scrolling platformer shooter Random Heroes to Vita, with a release promised sometime in 2019. The game was made by the same team that created League of Evil. They promise 'tons' of levels and weapons. Scintillatron 4096, a twin-stick shooter being developed by KFunction, has been announced for the Vita. You score by building combos and combining up to 15 powerups. It'll be launched sometime in December. Two dates this week - Revenge of the Bird King, whatever the hell it even is, will be out on the 2nd of November, so we'll find out soon one way or another. And Emerald Shores, 2D platformer from Fordesoft, will be releasing on PS4 on the 13th of November, with the Vita version coming 'on the same day or shortly after'. Two more physical version announcements this week - Dragon Sinker, from KEMCO, is going up on Limited Run Games on October twenty-siiiix yeah it's gone again sorry about that. And Night Trap, alongside having its port confirmed, is getting a Limited Run Games release on the 2nd of November. No details yet on a PSN release. And finally this week, a patch was released for Chasm, with a lot of changes - the main one being beta versions of the game's classes, which you unlock by beating the game. That's it for this week. Huh, maybe I lied, there was definitely enough news this week to justify a longer update. Although five game announcements is a little bit unusual for this point in the lifecycle, even though they are all indies. Alright, so I have no confirmation about what exactly will be going up this week, because it's a Flashpoint launch week and all my efforts are going to be focused there and it seems that Aksys didn't want to send code for some reason, but I have scheduled a bunch of my backlogged videos so that even if I'm not able to get anything done at least you'll get something, and I wanted to avoid the accident earlier this week where I released two videos at the same time. Whoops. Either way, you'll have something to watch. My Patrons are always appreciated here - Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Caleb, Chen, Christoph, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo, sackchief and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
Prinnies for Punchline
 
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There are no ads on this video, please watch it! Relevant Twitter accounts: http://twitter.com/NISAmerica http://twitter.com/Uchikoshi_Eng
Killzone Mercenary First Level Glitch / Trick
 
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Here is the original post by forglory99: http://www.reddit.com/r/vita/comments/1wxbze/so_i_totally_broke_the_first_level_of/ Also apparently this trick was found day one. Oh well it's still kind of a cool trick.
PS Vita Weekly Update #249 - 22/04/2017
 
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Buy something, even cheap, at Play-Asia to support me from here: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Vita firmware 3.65 came out this week, and all it does is intensify stability, because of course it does. Under-Night In Birth Exe:Late[st] is coming to Vita, PS3 and PS4 on the 20th of July in Japan, although the Vita and PS3 versions will be digital only. The game will have 19 characters total, new Tutorial and Mission modes, and the obvious balance update. No localization news yet. Akash: Path of the Five, a western developed visual novel, is coming to the Vita at some point in the future. It revolves around a rarely-born elemental girl who lives to see a war come to a boil between her town and another, with multiple endings and characters to romance coming along for the ride. No date was given. Speaking of which, dates! The Legend of Dark Witch will release on the 25th of April in both North America and Europe for $9.99 or your equivalent. Shu, previously released PS4 platformer, launches on the 23rd of May. As a reminder, it has Vita-exclusive content to make up for the delay. And Deemo The Last Recital, after having been delayed from this week, now has a rough release window of May in both North America and Europe. One piece of depressing news: Modnation Racers Road Trip will have its online servers taken down on the first of July. It's unknown whether this will just be the Vita side of things or whether all of the PS3 content will become inaccessible too, but it's probably safe to assume the worst. And finally this week, while The Fruit of Grisaia is still working it's way to Vita in the West, a collection of three side stories is coming to Vita in Japan in July for 4,000 yen. All three stories are already available in the West via Steam. That's it for this week. This week will be interesting; I would like to do at least one Modnation Racers stream before their servers go down, and I have a video ready to go for the Vita version of The Deer God. I also have code for Hakouki: Kyoto Winds but I have no idea how I'm going to handle that one since I probably don't have time for a full runthrough. Not to mention what I have planned for Weekly Update #250...leave it to me, I'll figure it out somehow. Thanks to my Patrons, Felimban, Eric, Carlos, Alan, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #263 - 29/07/2017
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. While this isn't an official announcement, developer of Stardew Valley Eric ConcernedApe Barone has said in an email to a Vita Reddit user that the game is running on Vita and just needs optimization, with hopes but not confirmation that the game may release this year. Kemco are releasing yet another of their JRPGs to Vita; Antiquia Lost follows a boy and a slime girl in their journey to solve some strange disappearances. Features include leveling up the heroine by having her eat gems, trust between characters unlocking attacks, and a lot of achievements. The game will be out sometime this fall. eastasiasoft have confirmed they have two Vita releases coming in October and November; both products have passed through quality assurance so assumedly they are on schedule. What are they? We still have no clue. One might be Rainbow Skies though. You're going to have to forgive me for this story's vagueness because I'm not sure I understand it myself. A company, which is unnamed but according to the job listing, "famous", is hiring a 3D designer for a new Vita fantasy RPG. The location of the employer is very close to Media.Vision, who created Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth and Valkyria Revolution. No more other details are available for this one. We have three more Japanese bound visual novels - Ouka Sabaki Zan, a "beautiful girl murder mystery adventure game", and Sen no Hatou, Tsukisome no Kouki, a story about a crumbling Empire and it's last ruler attempting to revive it and a warrior looking for a lord to serve under, and Code Realize Silver Miracle, another 'fandisc' of the series. Ouka is out December 21, Sen no Hatou and Code Realize have no date. Just one date for you this week; Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] is coming to Europe in the 4th quarter thanks to PQube. And "endless" running game Polara saw a release this week. And finally this week PM Studios have detailed how they plan to update Deemo with the features of Deemo 3.0 on the mobile versions; the Vita doesn't seem to be powerful enough to handle the features, however they have said that they do plan on porting the songs from these updates as DLC. That's it for this week. I'm not gonna sing happy birthday to myself because my ego isn't that inflated. Yet. Since it's the end of the month releases are probably going to calm down for at least two weeks until Undertale, but I have plans for at least THIS week; I did do that video on Dungeon Hunter Alliance I promised and it'll be out soon, and I'm also a stone's throw away from finishing Utawarerumono Mask of Deception, so once I do get around to that I'll do a little bit of a rant on it like I've done with some games. Seriously, I've been slamming that game so I can get it done before Mask of Truth shows up... Thanks to my Patrons, Richard, Joey, Chen, Eric, Felimban, Alan, Miguel, Alexander, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, the rest of the outro.
Don't Buy Revenge of the Bird King Just Yet
 
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(Ignore the weird bumping noise in the background pls and thank you) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount.
PS Vita Weekly Update #318 - 18/08/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Strictly Limited Games have announced their newest project; an unreleased early 90s platformer shooter from DICE, yes, that DICE, for Sega Genesis and Commodore Amiga under the working title Project Hardcore. It'll be launching on Vita and PS4 in the first half of next year both digitally and physically. A tweet from a Zeyboyd Games developer has marked Saturnine Games' Antipole DX for the Vita. It's a retro speedrun-oriented platformer with a gravity switching mechanic. There's been no official announcement yet, but it doesn't seem like a lie. Hamsterdam, a cartoony rhythm brawler that appears to be controlled by touchscreen swipes, has been announced for Vita, Switch and mobile devices, and it's currently seeking eight thousand dollars on Kickstarter. It's a fair bit over halfway to that goal with 43 days to go. I bring this game up mainly because it looks almost 100% finished, and just needs that last push over the goal line. And finally this week, we have two more announcements from Pixel.lu; their previously stated "it might it might not" game Plutonium Pirates has been confirmed to run on Vita and will get a release on the platform towards the end of the year, and have also confirmed that another game of theirs, a remake of the Atari 2600 game H.E.R.O. from Activison titled Bobby Bombastic will also be making its way to the Vita in the same time frame. That's it for this week. I apologize once again for not being able to confirm a video date for Bullet Girls Phantasia because I have been not so great health-wise this week, The Long Reach was something I got recorded just before I went downhill. I'll make my best attempt to get something done for it this week, but yeah. Tetra's Escape is out on Monday. Thanks to my Patrons, Adam, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, David, Eddier, Eric, Garry, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #253 - 20/05/2017
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script after the fold. Pixel Noir, a detective title with RPG elements mixed in, has been announced for the Vita by Badland Games. No date's been given outside of "coming soon". Luc Bernard, creator of games such as Death Tales, Desert Ashes and Plague Road has announced Manufactured Beauty, a 3D adventure game with some platforming mixed in, for the Vita in the future. No solid date was given; more info is promised for next month. Dates! If The Drop is to be believed, the North American store is getting Kung Fury: Street Rage and Plantera next week. Fallen Legion will launch on the 25th of July in both North America and Europe. Utawarerumono Mask of Truth has been confirmed to launch on the 5th of September in North America and Europe; the Vita version will be available physically in North America and comes with a double sided pillowcase. Touhou Kobuto V Burst Battle has been delayed to the 5th of September in North America and the 8th of September in Europe due to the announcement of the Switch version. And finally this week, while it hasn't been dated or anything like that, the Vita version of Son of Scoregasm appears to be making lots of progress, with a ton of gameplay footage of the port shown and the developer asking for translations for the game's descriptions. That's it for this week. As of writing this I'm still waiting for code for Deemo and Oceanhorn to come in; they said I should have had it by now but something must have gone wrong. If I don't have code by the time you see this video, assume I just bought them myself, apologies for any waiting. As for other videos, I don't have much code for anything else, although god knows I still need to try and do something Hakouki related. Thanks to my patrons, Richard, Felimban, Chen, Eric, Alan, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #323 - 22/09/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. We knew it was coming but it's been written in stone; the Vita will no longer be produced as of sometime in 2019 in Japan. North America and Europe already lost production a while ago, so this shutdown will mean the end of new Vitas. Probably about time to stock up if you want backups. The only confirmed game release this week was a Japanese one, so here it is: the next game in the Pro Yakyuu Spirits baseball series from Konami has been confirmed to release sometime next year for Vita and PS4. No other details have been released just yet. Reverse Crawl may be coming to Vita if a trophy list is to be believed. Created by the team behind Vertical Drop Heroes, you take control of the monsters in an RPG, with turn based combat to take down the pesky heroes. There's no details just yet for this one. STAY is getting a physical edition on Play-Asia, with a soundtrack and booklet being included extras. It'll be limited to 1,300 units and the release is coming sometime next month. Some dates for you now. Super Mutant Alien Assault can now be downloaded off the PS Store, effectively getting delayed almost a week. Pato Box was delayed from it's planned launch this week to next week. Jack n' Jill DX will be out sometime before the end of the month. Punch Line's US debut has been pushed back to October 9th. And Romancing Saga 3 will launch in 2019 in Japan on everything, including Vita. Whether a Western Vita release will happen for it is...unclear. And finally this week, we have four different Japanese visual novels that may not come west to talk about, so I'm going to do it all in one segment. The sequel to Root Letter, subtitled Last Answer, had its platforms confirmed for Vita and PS4 this week. Kenka Bancho Otome is getting a sequel subtitled 2nd Rumble next year. Kin'iro no Corda: Octave, a cross-over of previous games in the musically-oriented otome series from Koei Tecmo, is releasing on the 14th of Feburary. And the creators of Nurse Love Addiction have announced Yumeutsutsu Re:Master, a story about a girl joining a development studio. No emesis-yuri, please. That's it for this week. What do I plan on doing now the Vita's actually going away? Well. Long story short, I'm not going anywhere. I'm going to get onto doing more general gaming videos...eventually. My Switch needs to get back close to my recording gear, but I'll make it happen. Alongside some videos for PC and PS4, that'll be enough to keep me going in the long run. There is one thing I want to detail, though; the Vita Weekly Update will be ending sometime this year. As for when, I don't know, but I don't plan on continuing into 2019 with it, as eventually I'll be doing multiple weeks at a time with no worthwhile news, and honestly, I don't want to be doing that. End it on a decent note, not a drought. I hate to be self-advertising, but remember that there's Patreon and Play-Asia affiliate links you can use in the description to support me if you like my content, even if it's not Vita related anymore come sometime next year. Speaking of which, thanks to my Patrons. Adam, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #236 - 21/01/2016
 
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As reported on last week, Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception, and also it's successor, Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth, are coming West in spring and fall 2017 respectively. The localization's being handled by Atlus. Both games will be available physically in North America, but only digitally in Europe. There will be no dub. Also reported on last week was Talisman Digital Edition, the game adaptation of the physical board game, which has also been announced as coming out in spring 2017. It will include over 50 characters and the first seven expansions. It'll support cross-buy, cross-play and even cross-play in the same room. God Wars: Future Past has been dated in the west - it'll launch March 28th in North America and March 31st in Europe. Oddly enough, this is before the Japanese release, which was recently delayed to April. The English version will have dual-audio. Just one more date this week; horror title Uncanny Valley is launching on Vita on the 7th of Feburary in North America and the 8th of Feburary in Europe. It's also noteworthy that Salt & Sanctuary may be next month according to the dev; he previously thought it would be out this month, though. And finally this week, developer Ratalaika Games have said they plan on bringing over their titles to Vita. They're responsible for such games as Peasant Knight, Plantera and League of Evil. That's it for this week. Not that much planned for the coming week since there's nothing out, although I do have a couple of imports on the way so I should probably get around to Bullet Girls 2 before those show up. I'll try to get a video on the new Dariusburst DLC out too. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it.
BlueMaxima's Top 100 PlayStation Vita Games
 
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I made a quick addendum with some more games to check out here: https://youtu.be/7g9AKx03tUU Click the More button below to read some notes on the list (but you don't have to in order to enjoy the video), and for my usual support link - I don't get any revenue for this one because of the trailers. Note 1: Listed availability is North American and does not take into account small/single print runs such as Limited Run Games or Fangamer, due to said print runs being small enough to encourage scalpers and ridiculously high prices for the games in question. Basically, if it wasn't sold on Amazon or in GameStop, you won't find it listed as Physical. Note 2: Digital size does not take patches into account, as they vary from game to game and region to region, not to mention DLC. This won't affect most games' sizes in a major way, but some will get pretty big patches. Have a gigabyte spare, just in case. Note 3: All dates listed are American releases dates, although dates that are just numbers will be listed in Day/Month/Year format, as that's the date system I'm used to. The only exception is the Japanese releases; their listings are when the English version (if there is one) came out or when the Japanese came out, respectively. Note 4: I've used trailers from all over the place from this video, and some of the trailers may have come from different consoles. While the trailers might be more graphically impressive than the Vita versions of said games, I've tried to show trailers that are as representative of the original games as possible. Note 5: I checked this video for mistakes a LOT, and if I have any corrections to make (ala. they're pointed out to me) they'll be listed at the end of this note. * Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth was not released physically in North America, the Physical/Digital for that game was a mistake. Note 6: I didn't number this list because I would have found it impossible, you could ask me tomorrow and I'd come up with a different order than today. At least this way every game gets an opportunity to stand on its own. Note 7: This list definitely will be outdated soon, and while I won't be redoing the entire thing, I might make a "20 more" or "50 more" when the time is right. Buy something, even cheap, at Play-Asia to support me from here: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount.
Almost All The US Vita Games Summarized (10,000 Subscriber Special)
 
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This video is 360p and will remain 360p, it was uploaded at 360p. I could not get my video encoder to work with the 720p video, and it would have taken a full day to upload anyway. Also goddamn this was posted on PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2014/08/reckon_the_ps_vitas_got_no_game_this_three_hour_video_will_prove_you_wrong
PS Vita Weekly Update #126 - 06/12/2014
 
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Arena shooter Ultratron is coming to Vita, PS4 and PS3 sometime in early 2015 thanks to the efforts of Curve Studios. Ultratron is developed by Puppygames, the developers behind Titan Attacks and Revenge of the Titans, and is a callback to games like Robotron. La Mulana EX, the enhanced version of the infamous puzzle platformer, is releasing in Japan on the 17th of December. Rising Star Games has still confirmed they're working on the localization for 2015, but provided no specific date. Absolute Interception Wars: Metropolis Defenders was revealed from developer Acquire this week. The game involves turning rings of a giant city in order to fight off waves of giant monsters. The game has no release date inside or outside of Japan. Space Hulk, the board game inside the Warhammer 40,000 universe, is coming to Vita and PS3 sometime in 2015. The turn based game is based off the "Sin of Damnation" campaign with 12 missions and a multiplayer mode attached. Rock Boshers Director's Cut DX, a game originally released on PS Mobile like Aqua Kitty DX, is coming to the Vita and PS4 in a new upgraded version on the 9th of December for North America and the 10th of December in Europe. Resogun has been confirmed as coming to Vita and PS3 on the 23rd of December in North America and the 17th of December in Europe. The port has been confirmed to be cross buy and cross save, however it has also been confirmed to be limited to 30fps. A new Lego game has been announced for the Vita and 3DS this week. Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin is claimed to be the most expansive game to date, with players using their Ninja's elemental powers to solve puzzles and defeat enemies. The game is out sometime in Spring 2015. And finally this week, Steamworld Heist has been confirmed for release on Vita, although it may be a staggered release considering the amount of platforms Heist is due out on. That's it for this week. Channel update is rootin' and tootin'. The Games Awards and PlayStation Experience are happening a few hours after I post this, so who knows what I'll have to talk about next week, although if you want me to be honest I'm not expecting much. Expect videos on Rock Boshers, Final Horizon and Flyhunter Origins outside of any life ending accidents. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #202 - 28/05/2016
 
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(Yep the date in the top of the video is wrong) Square Enix have announced Dragon Quest Builders is coming to the West. The Vita version will be a digital exclusive and will release sometime in October in both North America and Europe. Steins;Gate Zero was announced this week for the west for Vita and PS4 from publisher PQube. The game doesn't have many release details outside of 2016 yet for Europe. Atelier Firis: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Journey was announced this week by Dengeki Playstation for PS4 and Vita, and is coming to Japan sometime in the fall. The game will be bigger than previous Atelier games, and focus on the journey of the main duo. Plastic Memories, an anime about humanlike androids and the effort to stop them from losing memories and causing violence, is getting a game on Vita from 5pb. The game will release in Japan on the 13th of October. Superbeat Xonic is getting its final DLC packs on the next store update in North America, and Europe got them in this week's update. The new packs have three songs each. It's not known if more packs are coming. The PlayStation version of Minecraft is getting the first of several promised 'minigames'. The Battle Mini-Game will roll out in a June update for free, and allow up to 4 people on Vita to matchmake deathmatch with randomly generated resources. Three maps will be available, with more via paid DLC. Dates! Paranautical Activity, after being promised one week and then vanishing into the ether, is apparently actually coming in the next store update for $10 or 10 euro. It'll be cross-buy. Yomawari: Night Alone is coming to North America on the 25th of October, and Europe on the 28th of October, with both it and The Firefly Diary coming in a physical double pack for both regions. 10 Second Ninja X is releasing on the 19th of July for North America and Europe for $10, 8 pounds and 10 euros. The Japanese Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir demo next week in North America for Vita; the PS4 demo was released this week. And finally this week, for those of you in Australia, EB Games has secured exclusive distribution rights for Senran Kagura: Estival Versus, Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault, and Earth Defense Force 2. The three games will all be out June 10. That's it for this week. Channel update. All the videos for games that came out this week are done so it's basically just some more waiting for the next set, so until then, enjoy the rest of the PSN store summaries. I also have to thank CasemanXP on Twitter for being a nice man and buying me Overwatch, and an anonymous donor who contributed $250, the crazy person that they are. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #290 - 03/02/2018
 
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(Apparently Dragon Sinker is out next week.) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Metal Max Xeno...don't get excited just yet folks...has been confirmed for an international release. As for what platforms it'll be on, when it's coming or who's doing it (cough NISA cough)? No idea. As I said, don't get excited just yet. If NISA are doing it, it's probably going to be announced at their press event next week. SNK have announced another Neo-Geo native port for Vita, PS4 and PC in the form of King of Fighters '97 Global Match. Nothing too much has been announced just yet about the port outside of the obvious online play feature. It'll be out in spring 2018. We have two potential teases for games this week. The first is Metropolis: Lux Obscura, an adventure game with match-3 combat set in a comic-book styled world. It was revealed by a trophy list. No official announcement. The second tease was a PEGI rating for Super Mutant Alien Assault, which describes itself as a super tough arcade platformer ala Super Crate Box with a roguelite twist. No announcement for this one either. Two more teases this week for games we already knew about - Damascus Gear Operation Osaka has shown up on the PEGI rating system for Vita following the USK rating two weeks ago, while United Kingdom retailer 365games had a listing up for the oft-teased Punchline. Neither has been officially announced yet either. Dates! 10tons final Vita release, twin stick shooter Time Recoil, released this week in both North America and Europe. Also released this week in Japan was Manga Kakeru. The only real date for this week was for The Long Reach, which will release on the 14th of March. Starting from this week I'm going to talk about limited physical releases on Vita; a lot of people have asked about them and so I should probably start at some point. With that said, Factotum 90 and Home will be receiving physical releases on the 9th of this month at 10am Eastern Time from Limited Run Games, with Factotum 90 having a reversible cover. And finally this week, MixedBagGames have said they are trying to bring currently in development point and click adventure game Detective Gallo to the Vita, although they haven't made any promises. While they did cancel Wheels of Aurelia for Vita, at least with this one they haven't made an official announcement, so I'm fine with it. That's it for this week. That's a more news filled week than usual, good to see things are spinning back up. As for videos next week, the embargo breaks for The Longest 5 Minutes around the time of the next US store update and my video is ready to go on it. Other videos will probably include recently-released Japanese scrolling shooter Gundemoniums and probably Mercenary Kings, since that's all that's out in the next store update. Thanks to my Patrons, The Other Richard, Brian, Joey, Mithaldu, the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, MarcsLab, Yury, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
Worms Armageddon - The Worst Shot Ever 2011
 
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5/12/2012: I replaced the music due to a copyright violation possibly keeping me from doing other important projects not related to this one on my channel. You can go here for the video with original music: http://wormtube.worms2d.info/103/worst_shot_ever_2011_compilation Not by Cueshark. Please go easy on me, this is the first big video editing project I've done!
The Debug Mode in Jak and Daxter Collection
 
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Read more about this at https://jadtech.miraheze.org/wiki/Debug_Mode Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount.
PS Vita Weekly Update #268 - 02/09/2017
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Licky the Lucky Lizard Lives Again, a trifling example of title tongue-twisting terror, released on Vita in Europe this week and will release in North America on Thursday. The game involves a lizard trying to escape up a volcano as fast as possible with the help of his enormously elastic tongue. Two pinball games from Shine Research have been listed for Vita via the European ratings board - Babylon 2055 Pinball and Zombie Pinball, titles released quite long ago on the mobile platforms and more recently on Steam. The games individually promise multiple tables, lots of challenges and realistic physics. And finally this week, surprising me at least since I thought it was unoficially cancelled, Life of Pixel's Vita version apparently continues development and is almost wrapped up, according to developer Super Icon. The new version of the game will have more levels, machines and gameplay features. That's it for this week. It wasn't a good week this week, I'm not gonna lie. What's not gonna disappoint is, hopefully, next week's videos. I have a video of Licky the Lucky Lizard to record along with this update, and Utawarerumono Mask of Truth's video is done and uploaded already. I'm not sure if I'll get review code for anything else this week, since the queue's been cleared all the way up to the 19th, but we'll wait and see. I've always got backlog videos and An Idiot Imports to do if worse comes to worse. Thanks to my Patrons, Richard, other Richard, Bonfire Cow, Brian, Joey, Chen, Eric, Miguel, Felimban, Alan, Kyle, Billy, Gary, Gunnar, Alexander, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, the rest of the outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #231: 17/12/2016
 
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Here's the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BWzakC31dwYIAILt3TNIGeiEBIfqhs8N-8QctaJdnk0/ Valkyria Azure Revolution is coming to the west as simply Valkyria Revolution in Spring 2017 on PS4, Vita and Xbox One for both North America and Europe. The Vita version will be digital only. In Japan the game will get a Prologue Demo on Vita on the 26th of December which will let you play through the namesake chapter and transfer your save to the full game. Air Race Speed, previously released on 3DS and mobile platforms, is coming to North America in next week's store update. Qubic Games, the developer, have also confirmed they plan on publishing several more previously announced games for Vita, but that's for the Dates section. Japan is getting The Legend of Heroes Akatsuki no Kiseki, a PC free to play RPG, on their Vitas come 2017. Not many other details were given about the release. Don't expect a localization for this one. The Vita version of Dex appears to have re-emerged from development hell with a trophy list specifically for a Vita version of the game appearing on the usual places. No other details on when the port will launch just yet. The Vita version of Doorkickers appears to have been given the go-ahead by Sony, with the game's main developer being approved for development on Vita. He stated on Twitter that the plan is to get Doorkickers out first, then wait and see for the sequel. Danganronpa V3 is getting a special Vita release from Sony's Japanese store. The Vita will come with the usual decorated Vita in either black or white and a special theme for 20,980 yen. It'll be out the same date as the game, Janurary 12. I'm going to quickly talk about two cancellations before we move onto the dates: the Vita version of Electronic Super Joy has been cancelled by the studio porting it, citing poor sales on other PS platforms. And the Vita version of Drive!Drive!Drive! has been postponed by the developer who claims he ran out of time trying to get the Vita version to work. Time for dates! Fate/Extella is coming to North America on the 17th of Janurary and Europe on the 20th of Janurary. There's a special edition in both territories with artbook, trading cards and poster. Toukiden 2 has been confirmed for Spring 2017 across North America and Europe, but they still haven't confirmed the platforms the localization will release on for some reason. Active Soccer 2 DX released this week in Europe for 10 Euro or your equivalent; assumedly North America will get it next week, but don't quote me on that. MidBoss's 2064: Read Only Memories Vita version has been delayed, it won't launch with the PS4 version on the 17th of Janurary. No replacement date was given. 10tons Xenoraid will launch on the 10th of Janurary. God Wars: Future Past has been delayed from Feburary 23 to spring 2017 in Japan; no word if this affects the American version but it probably will. And finally, Qubic Games claims that they will be publishing Mr Pumpkin Adventure, Polara, Koi AND Fairune all sometime next year for both North America and Europe. And finally this week, in an odd situation, web browser game turned full Vita title KanColle Kai will stop being sold in Janurary 2017. Digital sales will be stopped entirely and physical production will stop - shops will be allowed to sell out their remaining stock but that's it. So if you want that, go grab it now, it won't be around for much longer. That's it for this week. Man, that dates section was a scorcher wasn't it. So I have a survey in the description below that I'd like everyone who watches this channel to fill out for me if you have the time, it's not long, should only take a minute. As for upcoming videos, the Dariusburst DLC didn't come out this week so it'll probably be next week along with videos of Shante and Air Race Speed, hopefully I have code coming in for both of those. As for videos for the next couple of no-release weeks, I have plenty of imports on the way - everything from SaGa Scarlet Grace to World Trigger Borderless Mission. So hopefully those will fill the void. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #300 Revised - 14/04/2018
 
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(I left out the Fate Extella story, so I reuploaded the video. My bad.) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Vita firmware 3.68 was released this week, and shows just how unstable the Vita previously was by giving us a dedicated update entirely for stability. Such lack of stability must not be tolerated. We must revolt against the tyrannical overlords who dare provide us with such substandard... Fate/Extella Link, sequel to previously released Fate/Extella The Umbral Star, was announced for a North American release this week by XSEED. The game has 10 new servants, a new multiplayer mode and a new hub to explore. It'll be out in the winter as a digital-only title. No European details as of yet. The Punch Line game, leaked multiple times by different retailers, has not only been leaked for physical releases on Vita and PS4 by GameStop Ireland, but a flyer found inside copies of GalGun 2 has confirmed it for Summer 2018. Still no official announcement as of this writing. COWCAT Games recently posted a picture of his upcoming Vita port's icon on Twitter, and a keen eyed Redditor noticed that the art belongs to Riddled Corpses, a scrolling shooter from the developer of Xenon Valkyrie. He hasn't officially announced it yet. Inksplosion, a single-screen twin stick shooter from the developer of Midnight Deluxe and published on Steam by Ratalaika Games, has been leaked for Vita via a trophy list. It has three game modes, five weapons and lots of color. No official announcement. Last in the week of games that haven't been officially announced this week, MixedBag Games is teasing 'one more' Vita game. No idea what it is. The Coma: Recut, previously leaked for Vita via a page on Signature Edition Games' web store, has been cancelled for Vita via a tweet stating that there were too many technical issues. They were more than happy to announce a Switch version in the same tweet though... Dates, or rather, lack of solid ones. VA-11 HALL-A has a European release date 'locked in', and it'll be unveiled soon with a trailer. Both Devious Dungeon and Cosmic Star Heroine have gotten trophy lists, implying upcoming releases. And finally this week, Metal Max Xeno...yeah, I put it at the end of the video, you know what's coming...is not coming west on Vita, with NIS America announcing a localization exclusively for PS4 this week. The Japanese Vita and PS4 versions release next week. That's it for this week. That would have been a really good week for week #300 if NIS America had their heads screwed on properly. But as proven by the fact they enjoy their tattoos more than their tanks, they do not. So. I apologize for not having anything ready for this 'milestone' but this week has been a bit weird; I do have something planned but I need a little more time to actually record it. As for upcoming videos this week, I have a video on League of Evil upcoming, I'll try and get KOF97 done at some point but no guarantees...I'm basically waiting on the imports to start rolling in. Thanks to my Patrons, Eddier, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Brian, Joey, Twee-otch, Chen, the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, Caleb, Brett, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.
Switch Weekly Update #30 - 01/10/2017
 
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(The Darkside Detective and Rytmik Studio were confirmed for Switch 10 minutes before live time. Next week.) Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Monster Jam: Crush It, officially licensed monster truck racing title, is coming to the Switch on the 31st of October, physically and digitally for $39.99. Planet Party, a 30-minigame inclusive party title, is coming to the Switch on the 12th of December. It'll support up to 4 players on 18 of the 30 games. Juicy Realm, a twin stick roguelike title about fighting off many kinds of fruit, is coming to the Switch early next year. Spelunker Party, the latest in the exploratory platformer series that inspired Spelunky, is coming to the Switch on the 19th of October. There will be a free demo on the 7th. WiiWare and 3DS title Order Land launched in Japan for Switch this week, with a cost of 888 yen. No localization details just yet for this one. Okuriinu, a visual novel horror title from Mebius and Shannon, is coming to the Japan eShop this year. It will have more scenarios compared to the story of the same name. No Western release info. Silver Star Japan released Nazotoki Mail on Switch, an unusual quiz question game. It's 200 yen. No localization, probably. Dates! *Several games released by surprise this week, including Binaries, a dual character platformer, BUTCHER, a gory platformer shooter, Physical Contact Picture Place, a match-3 title, Pankapu, a platformer I talked about last week, Tower of Babel, a tower climbing 3D platformer, and RPG-golf hybrid Golf Story. *Koi launches in Japan on October 5, with the west due to get the game at some point in the future. *Volgarr the Viking is launching on October 5. *Unbox: Newbie's Adventure is launching October 11th. *The Jackbox Party Pack 4 launches on October 19th. *The Count Lucanor is launching on October 28th. *Farming Simulator: Nintendo Switch Edition is out on the 7th of November. *Atelier Lydie and Suelle launches in Japan on the 21st of December. *Superbeat Xonic has been delayed to the Fall. *While it hasn't been dated, Stardew Valley has been finalized and there is a release date coming. Updates! *Mighty Gunvolt Burst got an update with DLC characters Call and Joule. They cost $2 each. *Blaster Master Zero gets new DLC the day this releases, along with a boss rush mode and several quality of life tweaks. *ARMS got a patch that allows the training stage to be used as a real arena, along with a few bugfixes. Kontrol Freek are introducing a line of thumbstick grips and a screen protector for the Switch and its controllers. You can preorder the new items through their website. And finally this week, Darkest Dungeon has been teased for the Switch by a video on Twitter showing the game running on the system. They haven't officially confirmed a port yet, but it probably won't be long until they do. That's it for this week. The Switch got 18 games on the eShop this week. Eighteen. I've picked up four of them - Picross S, BUTCHER, Inversus and Golf Story, and I'll try and get as many videos out on these ones as possible, but no promises for them individually. Thanks to my Patrons, Richard, the other Richard, Bonfire Cow, Brian, Joey, Chen, Eric, Miguel, Felimban, Alan, Raymond, Levo, Kyle, Billy, Gary, Gunnar, Alexander, Yury, Adam, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.
PS Vita Weekly Update #322 - 15/09/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Vita firmware 3.69 released this week; the main change seems to be patching the h-encore exploit, which was released two and a half months ago. Took them way too long. Timespinner, a metroidvania based around time travel developed by Lunar Ray Games and published by Chucklefish, is coming to Vita on the 25th of September for $20USD. It'll have 'magic orbs' and 'familiars' to control and a PS1-inspired soundtrack. KEMCO and EXE-Create have announced yet another RPG from their seemingly endless coffers called Revenant Dogma, which appears to have the 3D battle system pulled from another one of their games. No date for this one. Dates! Super Mutant Alien Assault released this week on the PS Store, but it appears as of this writing, at least in North America, that you can't download the game yet, even if you buy it. And Death Mark will be releasing in North America on Halloween. Finally this week, Minecraft has received its final update on the Vita with the Aquatic update, the patch weighing in at almost 1.1GB. That's it for this week. It's nice to have some actual news to talk about this week. I have code for STAY, I'll be getting Alien Assault when they fix it, and I've been told I'm getting code for Pato Box, so assumedly those will be this week's videos, barring some act of god. Patrons, as always: Adam, Alan, Billy, Bliz, Brett, Brian, Caleb, Chen, David, Eddier, Eric, Gary, Joey, the other Joey, JR, Twee-otch, Kyle, Matthew, Miguel, Mithaldu, Raymond, Rodrigo and Z. Like, subscribe, outro.
PS Vita Weekly Update #302 - 28/04/2018
 
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Support me on Patreon: http://patreon.com/bluemaxima Or buy something on Play-Asia: http://www.play-asia.com/?tagid=1091087 Use "BLUEVITA" for a discount. Script follows. Experience Inc have announced NG, a horror title along the same lines as their previously released title Death Mark, for Vita and PS4. It'll be out on the 9th of August in Japan. It'll be a fight against demons and ghosts in a more modern setting compared to Death Mark. No Western announcement has been made yet. Riddled Corpses EX has officially been announced by COWCAT Studios and Diabolical Mind, the developer of Xenon Valkyrie+. The new version will be 60fps on Vita, with many gameplay tweaks and improvements. The game will be out sometime in the second quarter of this year, so soon-ish. Grisaia Phantom Trigger Volume 3 and 4 are coming to the Vita in Japan on the 2nd of August, continuing the story of the previously released Volume 1 and 2. There probably won't be an English version of these. New Little King's Story was taken off the PlayStation Store on the 16th of April, with Konami only announcing that they had done so on the 20th. It probably won't be back. The online servers for the game will be shut off on the 20th of May. Dates, or rather, date. Zanki Zero launches in Japan on the 5th of July; no Western release for the Vita version will be happening unfortunately. And finally this week, if you have a North American region PSN, you can go and get a code for the Vita versions of Dustforce and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz on the latest Capcom x Sega Humble Bundle on the $1 tier. The promotion goes for about ten days after this update. That's it for this week. I know, I know, my top 100 hasn't happened yet, and I'm sorry to tell you it probably won't happen for a little while longer as I've been swamped with stuff to do and not much time to do it. Videos this week will include Pic-a-Pix Deluxe and Devious Dungeon; my copies of Super Robot Wars X and Power Pro haven't come in yet but when they do I'll choose between the first one to do...although it'll probably be Super Robot Wars, honestly. Thanks to my Patrons as always, Eddier, Mithaldu, the other Richard, Brian Joey, Twee-otch, Chen, the other Joey, Adam, Raymond, Eric, Matthew, Miguel, Alan, Caleb, Brett, Kyle, Billy, Gary, David and Bliz. Like, subscribe, outro.

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