Q Entertainment has announced Guardian Hearts Online a free-to-play RPG for the Vita, coming to Japan some time this month. Andraisang reports the game is likely a port of mobile effort Guardian Hearts, and only the second free-to-play game to grace Sony’s new portable to date. You probably know Q Entertainment best from Lumines and Child of Eden, but it was also partially responsible for Ninety-Nine Nights.
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Guardian Hearts Online – Q Entertainment’s free-to-play PS Vita RPG – has just received an official batch of screens.
Q has trademarked something called Guardian Hearts, reports Siliconera. As the site points out, Q isn’t “trademark-happy” compared to other publishers, and has only applied for six since it opened: Meteos, Q? (the company logo), Lumines, Every Extend Extra, Genki Rockets and Guardian Hearts. We love you, Mizuguchi. Make something good.
Guardian Hearts Online
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Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of Rez and its spiritual successor Child of Eden, is believed to have left Q Entertainment along with the studio’s CEO Shuji Utsumi.