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One Of The PlayStation Vita's Best Games Comes To Steam

Posted on Monday, July 30 @ 09:52:43 PST by

One of my favorite games for the PlayStation Vita will be heading to the PC platform and Steam next month. Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack was a great value and a ton of fun when it launched on the Vita's downloadable service earlier this year.

Unfortunately, not everyone has a PlayStation Vita, but many people have PCs. The indie world-devouring platformer from DrinkBox Studios will be available on Steam starting August 15th. The move also comes with a bevy of updates, including:
  • Updated minigame levels, crafted specifically for PC.
  • Support for gamepad and/or keyboard-and-mouse controls.
  • New ultra-glorious high resolution art.
  • More hidden references and bad jokes.
Hey! I liked the jokes in Mutant Blobs Attack.
Tags:   Vita, steam, Drinkbox, PC
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