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PS Vita Weekly Update #93 - 19/04/2014

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Published on Apr 18, 2014

Three games got confirmed for the United States and Europe this week: Soul Sacrifice Delta will be releasing as a digital exclusive on the 13th and 14th of May, with save transfer confirmed. Freedom Wars and Over My Dead Body 2, the latter now known as Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines, are also coming sometime in 2014.

The Walking Dead: Season 2 has been confirmed to be releasing next week on Vita in both North America and Europe. The first and second episode will be playable, at $5 each, or a 20% saving with a Season Pass. No confirmation if Episode 3 will release at the same time as it's console brethren.

Sale sheets from Atlus have confirmed the release dates for NIS America's upcoming Vita games in America - Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited is releasing on August 12th, while Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is launching on September 2nd.

A video from the Tales series producer, Hideo Baba, has confirmed that Tales of Hearts R will be releasing in the West sometime in the winter. Thanks to a listing from Gamestop a few days ago, we know that the physical American edition will be exclusive to Gamestop.

Tales of Monetzuma: Arena, the sequel to free-to-play jewel-matching game Tales of Montezuma Blitz, is releasing on the Vita sometime this year, according to developers Alawar. It will have a new Quest mode, tournaments against other players and friends, and the traditional endless mode. The game will also be free to play.

Lost Dimension, a Lancarse RPG starring "11 psychics with Materia venturing into a tower to stop The End, an agent of the apocalypse" has been announced this week. The game will be released in Japan on the 7th of August.

D3 Publishing has revealed that they plan to resurrect their infamous Simple Series on the Vita. The first two games are a mahjong game based off a PSP iteration of the series, and a car chase game based off The Highway Escape: Nagoya - Tokyo. The series begins in April in Japan.

Mechrunner, a mech combat game developed by Spark Plug Games, has been confirmed to be coming to the PS3 and the Vita sometime in the summer. There is currently a Kickstarter running to give it a final coat of polish before it's eventual release.

Cel Damage, the remastered PS2 car combat game, is releasing on the 22nd of April in the Americas. Cross-buy and cross-save across the PS4, PS3 and Vita versions has been confirmed. No price as of yet.

Quick release updates: Killzone Mercenary's Botzone has released this week for $2.50, while Dead Nation for the Vita also released this week, free for people who bought the PS3 version and it's DLC, Road to Devastation.

And finally this week, Terraria's much awaited 1.2 update has finally released to the masses, but has many, many bugs including save corruption, world corruption and some in-game items being replaced. If you have not updated Terraria already, do not do so. That's it for this week. Like, subscribe, comment and share the video around if you liked it. See you next week.

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