We have made very few posts here that are not reviews. Actually, it’s been all the way back to Day 01 of this site that we’ve made an article here that’s not a Game Review or App Review.
If you have been following out Twitter handle, @vitareviews , you may have heard that we will be hosting a special giveaway for Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster. We are here to give you the details of this giveaway.
At our home base, we will have a set number of Download Codes for the North America/United States edition of Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster. Winners will be chosen randomly for people who enter this Giveaway Contest.
How to Enter: Originally, we wanted Direct Messages on Twitter for entries. We will be revising that, given Twitter’s limitations with Direct Messages. If you would like to enter, simply respond to this post with your Twitter Handle, or send us a Tweet on Twitter, letting us know you are interested.
Your name will then be entered into the contest. Then, on March 25th, one week after the collection releases, we will host the giveaway, where we will announce the winners of this on Twitter as well as sending the winners their Download Codes.
Any more questions, feel free to ask us here or on Twitter
Mega Man saw a pretty long run, in its time. As you may or may not know, the developers of the franchise have begun work on Mighty No. 9, the spiritual successor of the Mega Man series. After this was announced, most hope for a new entry in the Mega Man franchise seemed lost. With them working on a new series that seems to have identical gameplay, it is imagined that Mighty No. 9 will replace Mega Man as the side-scrolling action game of the developers.
Mighty No. 9 has been announced to be coming to the PlayStation Vita in the future, but what do Vita owners have at their disposal if they want to play Mega Man? There were no Vita-native Mega Man titles, but there are some games that are available. As far as PlayStation Classics are concerned, the Vita has access to the original four Mega Man games, in Japanese form. Although they are in Japanese, they are playable. The series didn’t have a huge focus on story back in those days.
Aside from these games, there is one game that the Vita has available to it. In the PlayStation Portable generation, Capcom remade two crucial games in the franchise’s history and put them on the PSP. One of those games is on the PlayStation Network and available for download on the Vita. The remake of Mega Man X on the Super Nintendo. Here is our coverage and official review of Mega Man: Maverick Hunter X.
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