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Test Your Dexterity with Mutant Mudds Deluxe on PS3 and Vita

Posted by Sammy Barker

Mudd fight

Renegade Kid's extremely popular ’12-bit’ platformer Mutant Mudds Deluxe is set to make its PlayStation debut in North America today. The game – which originally launched on the Nintendo 3DS and has expanded to various other platforms over the past year or so – is a throwback platformer that sees you hopping between layers in order to off enormous sprite-based enemies.

Available on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, the port will include 20 additional ‘Ghost’ levels, bringing the title’s total tally up to an impressive 80 stages. There’s also a brand new power up, a bevy of secret characters, and a bunch of Trophies to collect. The release will support Sony’s cross-save and cross-buy features, meaning that you’ll only need to pay once to further your progress on the road. It’ll cost $9.99.

“Whether you’re an avid fan of Mutant Mudds who is excited to play it on your PlayStation or a new player who is looking forward to experiencing the Muddy apocalypse for the first time, thank you for your support and we look forward to entertaining you more in the future,” designer Jools Watsham explained on the PlayStation Blog. Will you be diving headfirst into the old-school smash? Leap into the comments section below.

[via blog.us.playstation.com]

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User Comments (8)

Giygas_95

#1

Giygas_95 said:

I love the 3DS version, and I got the Wii U version for the extra levels which are also fun! If you like platformers, this one is great! I prefer the 3DS version for the 3D honestly. This does seem like a natural fit for the Vita and PS3 though (especially the Vita). I wonder if Vita and PS3 will see Treasurenauts and Mutant Mudds 2.

Oh, and I wonder if PS4 will get in on any of the muddy action.

get2sammybAdmin

#2

get2sammyb said:

@Giygas_95 Must admit, it does seem like it would lose something without the 3D. Still, it's good that this is expanding to more platforms, I guess.

XavandSo

#4

XavandSo said:

@Giygas_95 I agree, I own the Wii U version, but I've played the 3DS demo and the 3D is special. I kinda wish Renegade Kid would update the home console versions to support stereoscopic 3D, it would be epic.

rastamadeus

#5

rastamadeus said:

It may lose a wee but without 3D but it's still a cracking little game. This, Minecraft and The Walking Dead today... got a PS4 on Sunday and today is another reason not to even plug it in yet.

belmont

#6

belmont said:

My Debit Card for some reason does not work on 3DS e-shop and Ninty does not release prepaid cards here for some stupid reason. So the only option to get digital stuff for my 3DS is to order and have mailed a prepaid card from GAME in the UK or, for supported titles, have a code delivered in my e-mail again from GAME.

So, even though I wanted, I never got this game for my 3DS. I will do it now on Vita when I can simply buy a 20 euro card from a shop near my house.

eLarkos

#7

eLarkos said:

I love platformers but I have to say that I found this game to be extremely bland. Which is strange because a lot of people seem to love it

Giygas_95

#8

Giygas_95 said:

@XavandSo @get2sammyb Yeah, 3D really adds loads of charm to this game. Heck, the 3D in this game is better than the 3D I've seen in most of my other 3DS games aside from 3D Galaxy Force II. That game also has fantastic 3D.

@eLarkos I love it, but I can see how it's not for everyone.

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