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Submitted by Gekko 670d ago | news

Chronovolt is a steampunk platformer for Vita releasing on PSN next week

Chronovolt is a new steampunk platformer for Vita from Playerthree, and it is set to arrive on PSN next week.

According to a developer entry on the PS Blog, Chronovolt’s development was inspired by HG Wells’ The Time Machine, as the team felt the concept of a time manipulation device would provide interesting gameplay mechanics which could be manipulated using Vita’s touch controls.

In Chronovolt, more control has been given to the analogue sticks, while the rear screen controls the camera and the front screen intermittent challenges. (Chronovolt, PS Vita)

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FriedGoat  +   668d ago
That rewinding looks incredible. The way the ball doesn't even spin during it is a fantastic effect. Not lazy at all.

Cant believe this is the one game I don't own that I get free with my plus subscription. Damn you EU PSN. I want jet set radio.

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