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2、Sometime a blusterer that the ruffle knew<p>With the help of Ysbryd Games, Ackk Studios will be bringing its off-kilter, "3D turn-based Japanese-style RPG" Y2K to Vita.</p><p>It's inspired by odder RPGs, especially the Mother (Earthbound) series as it brings small town life toward weirder goings-on.</p><p>Y2K gets its name from the era in which fear of the millennium bug led people to grow uncertain of technology.</p><p>If you didn't know, back in 1999, we were questioning whether computers would frazzle due to a coding bug as soon as the year 2000 hit.</p><p>Looking back on it now it seems amusing and strange. But in the 1990s of Y2K the bug seems to have more of a presence.</p><p>For instance, the game begins with a woman is killed by an elevator that acted unexpectedly. Technology, it seems, might be hostile.</p>Dial up<p>This is where you enter as Alex Eggleston as he hunts down the mysteries of a mysterious van that the internet calls the "Death Cab."</p><p>From there, you'll head off an adventure between reality and multidimensional peculiarities. You can expect to meet childhood friends and androids from another dimension.</p><p>Y2K also has turn-based battling and a design that encourages you to hunt down as many enemies as possible.</p><p>Basically, when you kill an enemy in the world, they're gone forever. So to become powerful enough to defeat bosses you'll want to find and defeat other smaller enemies.</p><p>There's also a Mind Dungeon that you can enter via a mobile phone that lets you grind, if need be.</p><p>There's much more about Y2K's design over on the PlayStation Blog if you're curious. There is no expected release date though, I'm afraid.</p>