PlayStation Mobile Update: August 13th 2014 – Rodem the Wild

Posted by on August 13th, 2014 | 3 Comments | Tags:

Here is what is new on PSM this week. All descriptions and screens were taken from the PlayStation Mobile store. Games are subject to regional availability.


Rodem the Wild ( $5.49 )

Publisher: Pygmy Studio Co., Ltd.
Size: 28MB
Players: 1 Player
IAP: Unknown
Languages: English

iTA-Choco games, which is a subject of discussion for its original world view and alternative game sense, is finally releasing its new game on PlayStation Mobile! This game takes place in the great Park of “Hyakujiri Park”, and is a Simulation Game where you’ll live as a Wild Dog.

Depending on your actions, the world around you will change and transform. Enjoy this strange experience you can only taste as Rodem.

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Super Sudoku ( $0.79 )

Publisher: Sun Pengfei
Size: 5.6MB
Players: 1 Player
IAP: Unknown
Languages: English

Sudoku is a logic-based, combinatorial number-placement puzzle. The objective is to fill a 9×9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 sub-grids that compose the grid contains all of the digits from 1 to 9.

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  • JonathanisPrimus

    I know Chris said that our PlayStation Mobile coverage was going to have to change due to our image source no longer being an ongoing concern for the platform. I’ve managed to scrounge up an alternative source, but there’s one caveat: the games have to be released in Japan. Developers really should be doing that anyway, as Vita’s userbase distribution is heavily skewed to that market, but now it’s kind of an integral of the way we cover this platform. The PSM Dev Team did say they were working on international solutions, but I don’t expect that to happen anytime soon.

    • PSPenguin

      I still like this format so if we can still get the pictures then awesome.

    • Maggard

      As much as I wish the majority of the Japanese releases where also released in the United States of America, I support releases to Japan. Hopefully it shows our gamers around the globe enjoy games from wherever they are made, even when made for other lands.