The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed their rating summary for Machinarium, listing the Playstation Vita as one of the platforms for the adventure-puzzle game.
great flash game!
awesome game, I played the pirated version on pc and got stuck, I'll buy it and give it another try on ps3
You got stuck? Really? I mean, Machinarium uses a very simple tips system so when you get stuck, you can get indications about what you have to do. Very casual-friendly.
... it will be cheaper for that machine.
It's currently $5 on Steam, how much do you think it will be on Vita? It's a great game that's gotten lots of praise, nice to see it become more widely available.
console gamers pirating on pc? lol ok..
... It's 5 bucks right now for Android (thus for the OUYA version). I certainly expect the PSN version to be at least 10 bucks.
Nice love this sort of games/
for how much? 10$?
Probably, I mean Plants vs. Zombies was around that price on Vita, and its a $3/4 on iOS and Android.
Never played this, always wanted to though. Will pick this up if it's a reasonable price.
I really do want to play this game; only reason I do not on the PC is because my PC set-up is not optimized for gaming.
That's great news!
Great game, beautiful soundtrack.
Its a great game, no doubt. Heck, I even have the PC flash game homebrew ported on my HP Touchpad in the original WebOS and its fun to play with touch. But for PSVita... Its another port of a game. I thought PSVitas strategy was to do different from PSP, but it seems already now its going the exact same route. With pretty much only Escape Plan and Gravity Rush out there being exclusive platform defining stuff and GOOD quality (not talking about all that trash like Reality Fighters) I'm not sure what Sony is doing. On E3 they showed some Assassins Creed game, but come on, with that and COD upcoming, what truly defines the system? I expected more when I bought the PSVita at launch Sony...
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