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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma picks a fight on PS Vita this summer

The PS Vita port of fetching fighter BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma has been confirmed for North America. Last month, the game was reportedly a Japanese exclusive, but Aksys has officially announced the PS Vita version of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma will launch Stateside this summer; the PS3 game is due...

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Magus, first game developed by Aksys, out on PS3 Feb. 25

Niche publisher Aksys will dip a toe into untested waters with this month's PlayStation 3 release of Magus, the first game the studio is tackling in a co-development role. The Virtue's Last Reward publisher previously announced that it would develop Magus in partnership with Japanese developer...

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Persona-like dungeon crawler Mind Zero coming to Vita this spring

Aksys Games confirmed that it will release an English-language version of Acquire and ZeroDiv's PS Vita dungeon-crawling RPG Mind Zero in North America and Europe this spring. Similar in premise to Atlus' Persona series, Mind Zero stars a high school student who forges a pact with a "Mind," a ...

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Super Famicom visual novel makes English debut on iOS

Visual novel Banshee's Last Cry was released as a choose-your-own-adventure novel on the Super Famicom back in 1994, but this week's iOS port is the first chance to experience the game in English. You can try out Banshee's Last Cry for free, but you'll need to pay $3.99 if you want to flip through...

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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma hits US on March 14, limited edition is $80

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma launches on March 14 in North America for PS3, and that limited edition costs $80. The "mysterious" item in the limited edition, exclusive to the US, is a reference poster with all playable characters and their moves, and the bundle includes a special features Blu-ray fea...

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Sexy warrior dating sim Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi coming to North America

Aksys revealed plans to localize Hakuoki: Stories of the Shinsengumi a choose-your-own-adventure-style visual novel for the PlayStation 3 and follow-up to last year's PSP release Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom. The Hakuoki series is part of the otome (female market-targeted) visual novel...

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PSA: Muramasa Rebirth invades Europe

Following a March release in Japan and a June release in North America, Aksys Games has announced that Muramasa Rebirth is now available to European Vita owners via PlayStation Network download. As its name suggests, Muramasa Rebirth is an enhanced re-release of 2009's Wii-exclusive Muramasa: Th...

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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma limited edition includes 'mysterious' item

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma will make its PlayStation 3 debut in two versions: The standard release, and the newly revealed limited edition, which offers players the game alongside a handful of bonuses. Included in the limited edition are a 40-page art book, an official soundtrack CD, a Nendoroid...

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Sweet Fuse, a dating game starring Keiji Inafune's niece, out August 27

Sweet Fuse, the Japanese dating sim starring the fictional niece of game designer Keiji Inafune, will hit PlayStation Network and retail shelves for PSP on August 27. In the game, Saki Inafune visits her famous uncle's new amusement park on opening day – the same day that the villain Count...

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Three quirky Japanese imports coming to PS Vita

PS Vita owners can look forward to a trio of new localizations bringing fresh weirdness to their handhelds. Up first is Holy Sorcery Story, a dungeon crawler and roguelike focused on curry preparation, due later this year in North America from developer Compile Heart. Aksys announced the localiza...

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