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#295329 by jc_gargma
Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:18 pm
codestation wrote:Toukiden was renamed to Toukiden: The Age of Demons and pushed to 2014 (the news are from Tekmo Koei Europe, not sure if the release date applies to USA as well).
Updated
codestation wrote:Deception IV: Blood Ties is coming to PS3 and VIta in 2014 as well.
and Added.
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#295481 by CRXSiR
Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:16 pm
jc_gargma wrote:
CRXSiR wrote:Gundam Breaker is listed for release on Oct 31 in Japan
Play Asia also seems to have it listed as well...
http://www.play-asia.com/gundam-breaker-paOS-13-49-en-70-6yxz.html

Is there a type of way to go about stating a release date...
Besides online stores info like what I listed above??

As I know it's better from actual video game sites/blogs with "confirmation" info
Just curious to find out the best way before stating things, if untrue.
You word it like you think I'm putting up incorrect data intentionally.
If you have data contrary to any listed info, feel free to provide it. There is no need to razz.

I was stating on my part and for everyone else.
Is there some standard order/list; for anyone of us, to provide info on releases.

As I was gonna just state the release date. Till I found it on Play Asia.
Cause I couldn't find the other articles I was reading up on it with info/release dates.

Didn't mean to offend or make you salty.
Just curious of a standard to provide info on our part as a community. If there's any
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#295486 by jc_gargma
Fri Sep 20, 2013 10:42 pm
No worries. Words come across oddly in text sometimes.

In regards to any sort of policy on how to give dates, its mostly like, if you run across something, feel free to drop a post here with it, and I'll try to update it. Having a news article or something to support the release date/regions helps lots.

For Gundam Breaker, I checked around when you mentioned it, and found an article back that date, so no worries, that date looks ok.

The articles on the official Playstation blog has alot of upcoming notices, which can be good, if one is already checking those out. Checking both the NA and EU helps clarify if a title is in one and or both regions.

Edit:
Vita----
Aabs Animals (PSN)(EU)
Rayman Legends (NA/EU/AU/KO)

PSM----
Alien Domination (PSM)(EU)
Alien Mission (PSM)(EU)
Alligator of the Caribbean (PSM)(EU)
AnimalCrush (PSM)(EU)
Apocalypse Revelations (PSM)(EU)
Athenian Warrior (PSM)(EU)
Attack of the Black Widow (PSM)(EU)
Balancegame (PSM)(NA/EU)
Dr. Wiggly (PSM)(NA/EU)
Hills of Glory: WWII (PSM)(EU)
Shikkoku (PSM)(NA/EU)
Vacc-Balls-Chin (PSM)(NA/EU)
Added to released.

And assorted updates.

Edit 2:
Released section split into PSP, Vita, and PlayStation Mobile subsections.

Edit 3:
Vita----
Coconut Dodge Reviatlised (PSN)(NA)
Doodle God (PSN)(NA/EU)
MLB 13 The Show (NA/EU/KO/AS)
Quell Memento (PSN)(NA/EU)
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (PSN)(NA/EU)
Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark (PSN)(NA/EU)
Added to released.

Edit 4:
PSP----
Geronimo Stilton in the Kingdom of Fantasy (NA/EU/AU)
Sweet Fuse: At Your Side (PSN)(NA/EU/JP)

Vita----
Pinball Heroes: Complete (PSN)(NA/EU/KO)
Added to released.
#295812 by vitalovesnintendo
Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:11 pm
codestation wrote:No title yet but i guess that "Gravity Rush 2" is a good placeholder for now (in japan they call it Gravity Daze, dunno why).


Gravity Daze is a word play hinting both the a dizzy state one could experience from playing the game and more importantly the time travel aspect of the game. Daze=Days
#295820 by jc_gargma
Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:45 pm
vitalovesnintendo wrote:
codestation wrote:No title yet but i guess that "Gravity Rush 2" is a good placeholder for now (in japan they call it Gravity Daze, dunno why).
Gravity Daze is a word play hinting both the a dizzy state one could experience from playing the game and more importantly the time travel aspect of the game. Daze=Days
Calling it daze cause one may feel nauseous playing is a terrible way to spin a title. (Like Dizzy McQueasy's Stomach-Lurching Experience for 3DS)
Rush seems better though, tbh, since Daze in english simply makes the gravity play sound dull and disorienting, when its supposed to be more of a thrill.
#295834 by fate6
Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:23 pm
vitalovesnintendo wrote:Daze=Days


Thats just dumb and BTW the Japanese name would be Guraviti Deizu
#295876 by vitalovesnintendo
Mon Sep 23, 2013 3:57 pm
fate6 wrote:
vitalovesnintendo wrote:Daze=Days


Thats just dumb and BTW the Japanese name would be Guraviti Deizu


Depends on taste. I do believe that in Japan the game is named in English, hence Gravity Daze

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jc_gargma wrote:
vitalovesnintendo wrote:
codestation wrote:No title yet but i guess that "Gravity Rush 2" is a good placeholder for now (in japan they call it Gravity Daze, dunno why).
Gravity Daze is a word play hinting both the a dizzy state one could experience from playing the game and more importantly the time travel aspect of the game. Daze=Days
Calling it daze cause one may feel nauseous playing is a terrible way to spin a title. (Like Dizzy McQueasy's Stomach-Lurching Experience for 3DS)
Rush seems better though, tbh, since Daze in english simply makes the gravity play sound dull and disorienting, when its supposed to be more of a thrill.


Well ok I took the liberty to say it is the dizzy state you experience when playing the game.
But literally dazed means shock or stunned . I like the original Gravity Daze title better because it adds an extra layer of meaning to the title, an deeper meaning which directly relates to the game subject and even plot.
Last edited by fate6 on Mon Sep 23, 2013 5:45 pm, edited 2 times in total. Reason: Merged double post
#295900 by fate6
Mon Sep 23, 2013 5:58 pm
vitalovesnintendo wrote:I do believe that in Japan the game is named in English, hence Gravity Daze




Modern Japanese borrows words from many other languages ;)
iirc Makato Isomine said why the name was changed on reddit, I think it was something about "Rush" being a better fit or something :/

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