The lights are on
Mediatonic has announced that it's bringing its brawler Foul Play over to the PlayStation 4 and Vita. The game, which came out last year on PC and the Xbox 360, lets players relive the adventures of Victorian daemonlogist Baron Dashforth as he recounts his thrilling exploits for a live audience.
As we mentioned in our preview for the game, Foul Play diverts from traditional brawlers in a unique way. Instead of giving Dashforth a health meter, his vigor is instead represented by the crowd's enthusiasm. Keep them entertained, and you'll live to retell the tale. Lose the audience, and you'll be unceremoniously yanked off.
Mediatonic isn't saying when the game will be available, but they are providing a few new details. The game will be running in 1080p on the PlayStation 4, at 60 frames per second, and there will be cross-buy support for people who own both a Vita and PS4.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]
Our TakeI never got around to playing this one, but it looks as though I'll be rewarded for my accidental patience.
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