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Vita Free-To-Play No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either Now Available

The free-to-play, oddly titled match-three Vita game, No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either, is available now.

The title is actually pretty tame considering the name of the previous two games in the series. The first game was called Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This?, and its sequel was called What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord!? 2. You can read our review for the second game here. The latest entry in the series offers match-three puzzle gameplay with the option to buy special booster packs that let you play the game more often.

You can check out the launch trailer for the game below, and download the game for your Vita today. For more on the game, head here.

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MechRunner coming to PS4, Vita, PC, Mac in July

MechRunner, an endless runner/action game featuring mechs and a wonderfully suitable name, is coming to the PS4, Vita, PC and Mac in July, developer Spark Plug Games has announced. To help add additional polish to the game, Spark Plug is turning to…
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BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma coming to PlayStation Vita June 24, fan service and another reason to buy a Vita included

Vita owners rejoice! BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, the latest entry into Arc System Works’ flagship 2D fighting game franchise, will be available for the PS Vita handheld device via retail and digital download on June 24, 2014.

This isn’t just a straight port, however. In addition to all of the characters from the PlayStation 3 version, the Vita port will come with an additional scenario, an enhanced Abyss Mode, and a recap of the story from the previous two games (trust me, you’re gonna need it).

Whether you want to play an incredibly complex fighting game on-the-go, want to know what Ragna the Bloodedge does on his days off, or just wanted to see Noel Vermillion in a bikini, this enchanced version of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma is a great way to validate your purchase of the PlayStation Vita.

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Galak-Z blasts into PS4, Vita and PC this fall

Galak-Z will “have to be out by this fall,” developer 17-BIT’s CEO Jake Kazdal told us at PAX East. The new game from the Skulls of the Shogun developer, which also has a strong spiritual connection with Solar Jetman, will launch first on PS4,…
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Zombie Outrunning Simulator Z-Run Coming To Vita In May

Z-Run, the zombie-outrunning simulator from developer Beatshapers, is heading to Vita in early May.

The game plays a bit like an endless runner, and does contain an endless survival mode, but the main game involves exploration and leveling up your character through a campaign. The video below showcases the game's tutorial giving a good sense of how it plays, how the stamina system works, and shows off some of the weapons.

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PS Vita Pets plays fetch on June 3

PlayStation Vita Pets, the pet simulation-meets-adventure game from Spiral House, will launch June 3 in North America and June 4 in Europe. In the game, players choose from four different dogs, care for them, then explore Castlewood Island to…
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Natural Doctrine coming to PS3, PS4, Vita in US and Europe this fall

NIS America has cleared the way for an upcoming North American and European release of Kadokawa Games’ strategy role-playing game, Natural Doctrine, for the PlayStation 3, PS4, and PS Vita.

Launching in Japan this week, Natural Doctrine features an…
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Sackboy And Tearaway Characters Coming To Joe Danger And Joe Danger 2 On PS Vita

Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie will be coming to the Playstation Vita in the near future. Alex Wiltshire at Hello Games announced on the Playstation Blog that Media Molecule’s characters are coming to these Vita versions as well.

Sackboy from the LittleBigPlanet series and Atoi and Iota from Tearaway will be playable characters in the new Vita version, and seem to fit quite naturally in Joe Danger’s colorful world. Wiltshire also announced that the game will run at a smooth 60 frames per second and that the controls have been tweaked to make the game feel more natural on Vita. The circle button now tricks as well as punches, and triangle is a second trick button. Furthermore, the menus and the editor mode can be controlled via the touch screen. 

Both games have no confirmed release dates yet, but Wiltshire says date announcements will be coming ‘really soon.’ For more info about each game, check out Matt Miller’s reviews of Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie. – The Feed

Ex-Wipeout devs bringing Table Top Racing from mobile to Vita

Playrise Digital, a studio housing talent from the Wipeout series, is bringing Table Top Racing to Vita this spring. The combat racer has accumulated 3.7 million downloads between the App Store and the Google Play store, and its detour to Vita will…
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Supernatural high school RPG Mind Zero due out in May on Vita

Mind Zero, the dungeon-crawler RPG from publisher Aksys, is due out for Vita on May 27. Mind Zero follows Kei, a high school student who winds up connected to a “MIND,” a sentient and deadly weapon. The government attempts to take down Kei and his…
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