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SEGA announcing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for Western release

6 Jun

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You didn’t believe us when we reported about SEGA thinking of releasing Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F in the West. They wanted likes and shares on their Facebook picture? Well, the internet accepted the challenge and in less than 3 days, the post received over 25,000 likes and 15,000 shares.

So yes, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F is headed West! The game will arrive this August on both PlayStation 3 and Playstation Network in North America, and in Europe on Playstation Network (someone please explain us the lack of retail version in Europe!).

This is what Aaron Webber, associate brand manager for the game, said:

“Your voices helped make this happen. Miku and SEGA fans, this is your moment. We’re thrilled to bring this title out for you, and we’re counting on your support. Tell Your World! ”

If you’re excited for the game be patient a little bit more, because the demo will be available on June 11th for the U.S. and June 12th for Europe!

Next step: Yakuza 5 and/or Phantasy Star Online 2? Just saying…

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That Damn Pixel on Facebook

20 Apr

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Yep, it happened. From today you can find That Damn Pixel also on Facebook.

And remember that you can follow us even on Twitter and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Have a nice weekend everyone!

Sony UK teases something about a new Ovosonico IP (?)

21 Mar

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Just few days ago we told you about Ovosonico signing with Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios Europe, to work together on a new intellectual property.

Today we report a strange thing teased by Sony UK on their Facebook page. Indeed they posted a weird red mechanical egg (picture above) just saying “It’s coming…”.

It could be everything, even a new Iron Man game as far as we know…but why we suppose it is something related to Ovosonico? Simply because Massimo Guarini (founder of Ovosonico) shared the news about the egg on his Facebook profile and on Ovosonico’s official page.

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Obviously this is just a rumor, but it could say that the announcement of the new IP from the Italian indie studio is coming soon. Stay tuned.

 

Do you want Project Diva F in USA and Europe? Tell SEGA!

7 Mar

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We are not joking, and this is not the usual Facebook scam you see these days. SEGA wants to know if we’d like to have Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PlayStation3 in North America and Europe.

Apparently they’re not sure if the game would appeal the western players, so they just decided to ask through SEGA’s official Facebook page.

If you don’t know what the game is about, take a look at this trailer.

Hit a like to this link if you want to play with Hatsune Miku without struggling to understand the Japanese language (or spend like £70 to buy the NTSC-J version of the game).

We’ll go for a “yes please”. But what about Ryu ga Gotoku 5: Yume Kanaeshi Mono aka Yakuza 5?

Worms comes to Facebook

4 Feb

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Yup, you read that right! That gaming classic Worms from Team17 is now available to play on Facebook! After a closed beta period (that allowed the developers to fine tune the app) your favourite worm-warriors turn-based strategy game it’s open to all, and, even better, free (for now…just wait for some “extra contents”).

Here’s the developer description to the app (or whatever you call a Facebook game):

“Worms! The original turn-based strategy title from Team17 comes to Facebook, and this time those mischievous wormius-fistycuffius mean war!

 Take on your friends in battle or challenge a random opponent from around the globe, utilising a selection of classic Worms weaponry: from the famed Bazooka to the devastating Banana Bomb!

 Customise your worms and even your own island. Take part in tasks and Weekly Challenges. Fight your way to the top of your leaderboard, collect all the achievements and show your friends who’s really boss!”

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Was Facebook distracting you from work, or from your relationships? Well, now you’re hopeless! PLAY IT HERE.

Playing Atari is good for you (?)

4 Feb

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Today Atari’s official Facebook page posted this pic. It’s a thirty-one years old letter (yep, a real paper letter! Didn’t see one of those since forever!) from an Atari player (possibly a 2600/5200 player). The little kid (now turned in some sort of adult, hopefully) was worried about his mum, or better, his mum was worried about his son’s addiction to computer games, saying they’re not healthy. The youngster was asking for some kind of advice to convince his mother that “playing Atari is good for you“.

This letter made us smile a bit, because it could be old-as-hell, but the question is still as relevant today as it was then. Tons of parents (and pseudo-journalists) worried about video games and their influence on younger generations.

Any advice for the (ex)little kid and his mother?