It was only yesterday I found myself talking about Guacamelee, the upcoming “Mexican-themed co-op-multiplayer dimension-swapping Metroid-vania beat-em-up platformer,” from Drinkbox Studios. There wasn’t much known about the game, and I guess there isn’t much known now, either, but it has been revealed that it’ll be launching exclusively on the PSN for the Vita and PS3.
This is thanks to the Pub Fund program Sony initiated years back, in which they essentially offer finances for up-and-coming games in return for exclusivity and the like. Seeing as Drinkbox’s entire catalog of games have released on the PSN first, this shouldn’t be too shocking.
This looks like yet another stellar game for portable play, and I know we’re in for a good time after wallowing in the glory of Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!. Look forward to more info, including what system-specific features the title will have, during E3 and beyond.
More info can be found here at the Playstation Blog.
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