Experience, the developers of Student of the Round and Demon Gaze, also made Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity for PlayStation Vita. Update version 1.01 adds PlayStation Vita TV support and a new monster drawn by Tetsu Kurosawa, the artist from Demon Gaze. The monster appears after you clear the Omega Filed mission.
Players can also find a super rare item, God Muramasa, a blade that’s even stronger than Muramasa Heave. The joke is the dungeon RPG developers at Experience are called Team Muramasa. The patch also has various bug fixes.
In addition to Demon Gaze, Experience also has Tokyo New World Record in development which was supposed to be published by Cyberfront before they closed their publishing business.