The Catch-Up: February 17th, 2014 – PlayStation Plus and PS4 Sharing Get New Commercials

Will you witness The Witness gameplay?

General News

  • Good news for anyone wanting Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f on the PlayStation Vita: It’s coming out on March 4th in North America and March 12th in Europe through the PlayStation Store for $29.99. Cross Buy was also announced for the Snow Miku 2013 and the Extra Character Modules DLC, meaning if you own the DLC on PS3 already, you’ll get it free on Vita, and vice-versa. [Source]
  • While Iron Galaxy may be handling it, they want you to know that all announcements for Borderlands 2 on PS Vita will be coming through Sony and Gearbox. [Twitter]
  • We’ll let you know if any further details are revealed, but for now, Killzone: Shadow Fall’s patch 1.10 looks to include just prep for the upcoming multiplayer maps. [Via]
  • Addressing the fact that the PS1 Classics release of Tomba! 2 tomorrow on the North American PlayStation Store is in Japanese, Ryan Olsen of MonkeyPaw Games said, “We ran into some problems with the North American version that held up the release and we had no idea when we could bring it out. We had to make the call that releasing the import version was the best option since we’ve been promising this game forever. Could a patch happen? Anything is possible but we have no idea when a North American version could be ready at this point.” [Source]
  • It shouldn’t be too long of a wait for Toukiden DLC, with Tecmo Koei America aiming for a March 12th release date. [Twitter]
  • In a very small update for No Man’s Sky, Hello Games’ Sean Murray said, “Every Friday we do a little review of NMS. Last week’s was so nearly amazing. It’s that bit in a sliding block puzzle, where one piece is out. The missing piece for NMS is actually probably my new terrain stuff. Right now it’s scary and broken, with small glimpses of amazing :(.” [Twitter 1, 2]
  • Internet sleuth Superannuation brought up that, with Edge of Reality doing the new Transformers game, High Moon Studios is possibly working on the PS3/Xbox 360 versions of the new Call of Duty game this year from Sledgehammer. This is just a guess at the moment, but it does seem to make sense. [Twitter 1, 2]
  • The Australian Classification Board gave inFamous: Second Son an M rating (15+), detailing that there’s a “very mild impact” of nudity, a “mild impact” of themes, language, and sex, and a “moderate impact” of violence and drug use. [Source]
  • Pop Quiz! What game gives you a Gold Trophy for killing 3,000 enemies? [Rambo: The Video Game]
  • It’s been confirmed that Daylight for PS4 (and PC) will be released in April. [Via, Source]
  • Disappointed by the recent news about Zero Escape 3? [You’re Not Alone]
  • Telltale Games unveiled a new screenshot for The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 2: A House Divided, while also teasing more details about the episode coming later this week and hinting at a tie-in with the 400 Days DLC [Source]:


New Videos

  • Flappy Bird gets recreated in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita:

  • If you like Gunslugs from OrangePixel (out this week), their next game on PlayStation Vita, Heroes of Loot, is expected later this year. Here’s a trailer for Gunslugs [Source]:

  • Experience more together with PlayStation Plus:

  • Share your greatest moments on PlayStation 4:

  • It may be really old footage from back in November and contains puzzle spoilers, but here’s a gameplay video for The Witness (out this year on PS4), with commentary by Jonathan Blow [Via]:

Did you get lost in the Flappy Bird craze?