O is back with another great video, perhaps his funniest yet, on the changes in the 2.0 update of Pinky Spots Leg Massage. Not only are there are now several girls in different outfits to massage
, they are now animated. They wiggle when you rub their legs. The catch is, the extra girls cost money, 99 cents each, though you can try out their first level.
Edit: Apparently the original girl wiggled when rubbed, if you did it right, which apparently most people didn’t. The game now has a link to a video showing how it works.
Visual novels are a popular genre in Japan, but not so much in the rest of the world. We’ve seen a handful of them get localized, but most stay in Japan, untranslated. Through the miracle of PlayStation Mobile, some have been made available outside of Japan, but alas, still in Japanese. This game, Dead End Valentine, is one of them. And since I don’t read Japanese, I can’t really review it, but I can give some impressions on it. Read the rest of ”Dead End Valentine Impressions” »
Read the rest of ”Dead End Valentine Impressions” »
O is back with another great gameplay video, this time for Nekomimimusumega sekainohatemade sanmawotabeniikuno*, a name which is presumably much shorter to write in Japanese.
O is back with another video, this time for Switch Galaxy, which just released this week. Looks a lot like Wipeout.
O just posted another great video, this time showcasing Still Life, which he reviewed a while ago. Besides the game, he discusses the state of PlayStation Mobile with his usual Southern charm.
Recently at the Casual Connect conference in Europe, SFB Games gave a talk about their experience creating a PS Mobile title. This has more to do with the business and development side of PS Mobile, but it’s an interesting look at how games are developed, and how it came about in the first place.
They also mention that their game, Haunt the House: Terrortown, has sold 1100 copies in its first 4 weeks, making them £1850, which is about $2800. So apparently they are moving on to full-fledged iOS/Android development.