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First Look at Undertale PS4 Theme, Closer Look at Physical Editions

Posted by on Jul 18, 2017

I’M VERY EXCITED FOR YOU TO PLAY MY GAME SOON!!!

That’s right: If all goes well, Undertale is coming out for PS4 and Vita on August 15th! You’ll be able to download it on PSN.

Let’s have another round of Q&A to clear up all the questions you might have.

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UNDERTALE is Coming to PlayStation!

Posted by on Jun 13, 2017

Undertale is a role-playing game where no one has to get hurt. It’s a humorous game that I created to evoke the same feelings that many classic Japanese role-playing games had given me. Happiness, sadness, fear, courage, friendship, hope, love, justice…

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Valkyria Revolution: How Yasunori Mitsuda Composed the Main Theme & Soundtrack

Posted by on May 31, 2017

Hello! This is Andrew Davis, Associate Localization Producer at SEGA of America, Inc., and today I’m excited to introduce the lush orchestral soundtrack for Valkyria Revolution!

For this game, we had the honor of working with the legendary composer Yasunori Mitsuda. Known to video game fans for his classic scores, Mitsuda-san is a 25-year industry veteran and currently heads his own studio producing music for games, anime, film, TV, live concerts, and countless other projects.

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Plague Road Coming to PS4, PS Vita

Posted by on Mar 30, 2017

Hey guys, it’s been awhile since I’ve written a post for Playstation Blog. But today I have exciting news.

Death Tales only came out in beta for PS4 two weeks ago. But we are getting ready to submit our new game into QA this month.

Set around a city consumed from within by disease, Plague Road tells a story of a lone doctor who having once abandoned their home, now returns in search of survivors. Over the course of the game, players will learn how the city fell victim to the growing sickness within its walls, why the Plague Doctor left, and what brought them back – in a tale of regret and redemption.

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Akiba’s Beat Launches on PS4, PS Vita May 16

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017

OK, so Akiba’s Beat! This game has been the source of much confusion, and we’ve gotten many questions about it, so I’m here to set the record straight and give you all the information you’ve been seeking. H-Hopefully. (*anime-style hand-behind-head facial emote with blushed cheeks*)

First off, release date! We have one now. The game will be arriving on both PS4 and PS Vita, physically and digitally, on May 16 in North America. If you plan to get the game physically be sure you pre-order, because pre-order copies will be shipping with a pocket plushie of the game’s lovable (?) “ugly-cute” mascot, Pinkun (at participating retailers while supplies last).

Another big one: “How does this relate to Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed, XSEED’s previous Akiba-related game release?” The answer is… it doesn’t!

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PlayStation E3 2016 Recap

Posted by on Jun 13, 2016

We have just concluded the PlayStation E3 Press Conference for 2016 and if ever there was a year dedicated to thrilling entertainment experiences, this is it. This year we unveiled a stellar line-up of extraordinary games for both PS4 and the upcoming PlayStation VR. We showed incredible new games including Days Gone from the SIE Bend Studio, the new Spider-Man from Insomniac Games, God of War from SIE Santa Monica Studio, DEATH STRANDING from Kojima Productions, and RESIDENT EVIL 7 from Capcom.

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Bard’s Gold Out 6/17: No-Nonsense Platforming Action on PS4, PS Vita

Posted by on Jun 03, 2016

Hi, everyone! My name is Erdem and I am from the microstudio Pixel Lantern, which actually consists of only my wife Jenny and me. With this blog post, I’d like to give you all some information on our new PS4 and PS Vita game, Bard’s Gold.

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Axiom Verge Comes to PS Vita April 19

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016

I’ve been looking forward to making this announcement for a long time. When I announced Axiom Verge for PlayStation 4, I also said that not only was it coming to PS Vita as well, but that it would be Cross Buy. It took far longer than I expected to make good on that commitment, but that day is finally near.

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