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It took Ska Studios just over a year to get its side-scrolling action game onto the Vita, but the wait was worth it. Salt and Sanctuary takes the best of Metroidvania-style games and Souls-likes and condenses it into the idea portable experience.
The best Digimon game in ages is getting a follow-up, because that's how successful games work. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita in Japan later this year, with a Western release in early 2018.
March's PlayStation Plus offerings include the lovely-looking Tearaway Unfolded for the PS4 and Severed for the Vita, which we enjoyed. As usual, these games are only free if you have an active PlayStation Plus membership.
Salt and Sanctuary is still coming to the Vita. At least according to a recent blog post from the developer, Ska Studios, who wrote yesterday that the team is hoping for the Vita version to arrive sometime in March. The game originally released in March of last year as a totally excellent 2D Souls-like.
One of the first games I download whenever I get a new phone or tablet is Deemo, a touching tale of love, loss and sacrifice told through a piano-esque rhythm game. PM Studios and acttil are bringing the game to PlayStation Vita this Autumn.
Gravity Rush the Animation &Overture;, a 17-minute short that seeks to tie the the original Vita game and upcoming sequel together, is now available on the PlayStation YouTube channel. We got a Japanese trailer for the one-off last week, but now you can watch the entire thing with English subs.
Steins;Gate 0 will finally release in North America on November 29. The visual novel will be available next month on PS4 and Vita according to a post on the PlayStation blog by localisation lead, Adam Lensenmayer.