SCEA Producer Daimion Pinnock has revealed that Savage Moon: The Hera Campaign is hitting PSP this month, and shared a video as follows:
I'm pleased to say that Savage Moon: The Hera Campaign will be released via PSN on December 22nd. For more info, here's my colleagues at Fluffy Logic:
Hello - I'm Ana, the producer of Savage Moon here at Fluffy Logic in Bristol, UK.
We're really excited by the PSP version of the game and myself and the rest of the development team has spent the last few months pouring our energy into the game and we're very pleased with the result - and we hope you will be too!
If you haven't played Savage Moon before; it's a real-time, tower defense game pitting you (the humans) against hordes of chitinous, carnivorous, bug-like creatures called Insectocytes who are the immune system of living planets (called Imoons) the humans are trying to mine.
The Hera campaign is the third project we've done - following on from the PS3 release and the Waldgeist expansion pack for the PS3 version available for $9.99 and $4.99 respectively.
Savage Moon: The Hera Campaign (named after the Aegophagus or goat eating aspect of the Greek goddess of the same name) is set within a huge gathering of Imoons, the Hera Cluster, that drifted into human space. Preliminary intelligence suggests that it consists of, at least, 20 Imoons populated by a rich variety of Insectocyte forms, some of which we have encountered before and some of which are new.
We are extremely excited to have Savage Moon: The Hera Campaign available for the PSP, which in fact is not a port but specifically designed for the PSP. It also includes two new species, a new interface and the ability to unlock vengeance mode for each Imoon. You can also unlock alternative, specially commissioned soundtracks too.
To support the upcoming release, you can find the latest trailer which showcases some of the gameplay. Also, keep and eye on our Support Page as we'll be posting links to hints, tips and help with the game.
The game is set to release on December 22nd and will be priced at $9.99 - enjoy! :)
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