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Video: Vibes for PSP and PS3 Minis is Coming Soon to PSN
Laughing Jackal Senior Producer Al Evans has announced today alongside a video trailer that Vibes for both PSP and PS3 Minis is coming soon to PSN for $5.49.
To quote: Just another quick announcement to let you all know about our exciting third PlayStation minis title for PSP and PS3, Vibes, which will release on the PlayStation Store on June 8th at the price of $5.49.
Vibes is an action-packed rhythm game that includes a lucky 13 music tracks, covering everything from Classical to J-Pop, to Psychobilly, to Punk. With three levels of difficulty your finger will be well and truly wrecked. ;)
The game is squarely aimed at fans of the rhythm-based genre and has a steep learning curve, so if you think you have conquered Guitar Hero then give this a try. Starting off on the Easy difficulty allows the player to get used to the control mechanism - the difficulty then builds and builds, and will push players to the limit on the harder difficulty settings.
One feature we're particularly proud of is the music-video inspired background sequences during gameplay. These not only look awesome, but they're also hilarious (if I do say so myself), and feature things such as pulsating ducks, throbbing buildings and flexing sumo wrestlers. If that list isn't 100% WIN then I don't know what is - and don't forget these items and more are all in the same game!
When creating Vibes, our principle aim was to create an addictive gameplay mechanism, accompanied by a fresh art style. We've definitely achieved both those things and - for my money - made one of the stand-out PlayStation minis titles. For more details on the game check out the trailer above (which is also available via the PlayStation Store).
For those who need reminding, Vibes is out on June 8th at $5.49. Hope you like it!
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06-08-2010 #2nin2020 Guest
That game already looks like it's gonna be difficult to pass. Oh well, I can always enjoy the challenge. I wish they would make games like Amplitude and Frequency.