Cutesy ex-Xbox One exclusive puzzle platformer Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will pull out its pens and draw a path to the PlayStation 4 on 10th November, publisher Wired Productions has announced. The game will be available both physically and digitally, with the PlayStation Store version dropping a couple of days earlier on the 8th November.
The fairy tale-esque foray sees you take control of the titular Max on a jaunt to save his sibling: “When Max wishes for his annoying little brother to be whisked away he gets more than he bargained for. Armed with only his trusty Magic Marker, Max must journey to a hostile and unforgiving world to rescue his kidnapped kid brother, Felix.”
This game was fairly well-received on the Xbox One a few years back, so should make for a welcome (if, admittedly, belated) adventure on Sony’s system.