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Learn About Some of the Titles Coming to PlayStation Mobile

Posted by Sammy Barker

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PlayStation Mobile is mere months away from release – and Sony has a batch of launch titles to prove it. Upcoming experiences include Aqua Kitty, an action title that sees an army of milk-mining kittens overcoming their fear of water to go hunting for the white stuff under the sea, and Frederic: Resurrection of Music, a rhythm game that puts you in control of revived Polish composer Chopin.

Other titles include Passing Time, an arcade reimagining of the beautiful game that lets you take out opponents with fireballs, and Samurai Beatdown, a musical combat title with an Eastern theme. The former’s in development at Honeyslug, the team behind the delightfully daft Frobisher Says.

Velocity developer Futurlab’s also on board with its musical adaptation of the classic slider puzzle, Slidin’ Beats. Here you’ll need to shift music patterns around the screen to solve head-scratching riddles and create brand new sounds.

There’s a lot more information available on the official PlayStation website. Let us know if anything takes your fancy in the comments section below.

[via uk.playstation.com]

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User Comments (6)

Jamouse

#3

Jamouse said:

How come I didn't know about this until yesterday. It sounds awesome.

get2sammybAdmin

#4

get2sammyb said:

@Jamouse Yeah, some of the games sound cool. They'll work on Vita as well as compatible Android devices too. Buy it on one device, and you'll be able to play it on any.

Pricing is going to be key, though. I always thought Minis were a tad expensive. I wonder if these games will be able to support Trophies/leaderboards/multiplayer too.

shinobi88

#6

shinobi88 said:

Too early to tell how good these games will be, but in my eyes, they're already looking more solid than the Minis. The rhythm piano and rhythm fighting games look cool. I'm not especially into super primitive presentation like Super Crate Box. I like a little Nintendo-quality presentation on my Sony mobile games...if that makes sense. Keeping my fingers crossed that Sega will bring Streets of Rage to this program

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