The Devolver Digital team is once again thrilled to be a part of the PlayStation E3 Experience and partner with our friends at Sony Computer Entertainment to announce the next series of magnificent games from independent developers coming to PS4 and PS Vita.
Our team is fortunate enough to work with some of the most talented teams from all over the world as they develop wonderful stories and memorable experiences that push games into new directions. We’re extremely proud to be working with the teams you’ll read about below and can’t wait to share their work on PS4 and PS Vita.
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The seminal first-person shooter Duke Nukem 3D, originally crashed onto the scene in 1996 and forever changed the genre with tight gunplay, a new level of interactivity, and a sense of humor then unseen before in games. Now your benevolent amigos at Devolver Digital, Abstraction Games, and General Arcade have brought 3D Realms’ legendary shooter to PS3 and PS Vita in the definitive collection — Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition.
Almost as fast as Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital could announce Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, we started getting questions on whether it would be coming to PlayStation platforms. And again, if it hasn’t sunk in yet, the answer is “yes.” Please pay attention. So let’s move on a bit and talk more about why we’re bringing the neon brutality and blazing beats of the next Hotline Miami to PlayStation.
The teams at Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital are thrilled to announce that the pixilated brutality and neon hyper-violence of Hotline Miami will be testing the will of gamers on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita this spring. Through unknown black magic and dark arts, our friends at Abstraction Games are crafting an absolutely perfect version of Hotline Miami for both PlayStation 3 and PS Vita and are taking great care to take advantage of both systems nifty features.
For those unfamiliar with Hotline Miami, it’s the debut commercial effort of prolific indie developer Jonatan Söderstrom and artist/designer Dennis Wedin. Hotline Miami almost immediately garnered praise from both gamers and press for its distinct visual presentation, driving soundtrack, breakneck action, and schizophrenic narrative that leaves players with more questions than answers.
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