After Cyberfront Japan closed, Mages started working with Experience, the developer behind Demon Gaze that specialize in making dungeon RPGs. They picked up Tokyo New World Record, a new DRPG for PlayStation Vita and will re-release the prequel, Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity, before that game.
Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity Ultimate includes all of the patches including PlayStation TV support, the God Muramasa weapon, and has character portraits of the Tokyo New World Record inside the game. Save data from Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity will unlock an item in Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss. The Vita game comes out on August 28 in Japan.
Being picked up by Mages is also a plus because that opens the door for other publishers to pick up Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity Ultimate and later Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss