PS Vita Weekly Update #91 - 05/04/2014





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Published on Apr 4, 2014

Starlight Inception, a PC, PS3 and Vita Kickstarter space combat game, has been revealed to be releasing on the 22nd of April in North America and the 23rd of April in Europe. No details on price yet.

PlayStation Vita Pets has been revealed as releasing on the 3rd of June in North America and the 4th of June in Europe. The game's been described as an adventure game combined with a pet simulator. No price has been revealed as of yet.

After a retail listing on a Spanish website, Soul Sacrifice Delta has been revealed as being localized via an entry on the Australian classification board website. Sony hasn't commented on the leak. Of note is that Delta got a free DLC boss, the Succubus, in Japan this week, along with a patch that adds new story missions and features.

Tecmo Koei Japan officially announced Toukiden Kiwami, aka Toukiden Extreme, this week in Japan. The game will contain double the amount of demons and story content, a new NPC, new weapons, special moves and customization. The game has no date outside of 2014.

Jet Car Stunts, a precision driving game which originated on mobile, is coming to PS3 and Vita sometime this year. The new console version claims to have a new graphical engine to make the game look more impressive, along with smatterings of new content.

Liberation Maiden SIN, a visual novel sequel to the 3DS shoot'em'up, is coming to the Vita on July 31 in Japan with new event CG and extra functionality. No details on localization.

Natural Doctrine, a strategy RPG developed by Kadokawa Games, is coming to North America and Europe this fall thanks to the efforts of NIS America on Vita, PS3 and PS4. NIS confirmed they will be including cross-play and cross-save but no cross-buy details as of yet. Natural Doctrine was released this week in Japan.

And finally this week, Aksys have confirmed that they plan to release Mind Zero digitally on May 28 in Europe. 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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