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Playing PlayStation Just Got Impossible

Posted on Tuesday, August 23 @ 16:11:50 PST by Sebastian_Moss
FlukeDude’s indie hit platformer, The Impossible Game, will be coming to PS3 and PSP as a PlayStation minis title, with Grip Games as the publisher.

Known for being as hard as playing Demon's Souls with one hand tied behind your back, The Impossible Game is one hell of a difficult and unforgiving game. Already available on iOS and XBL, the game will cost you $2.99 on September 6th in the US and €1.99 on the 7th in Europe, and will be discounted on PS+. It will contain all the levels from the other versions of the game and a new level called Phazd that is exclusive to the PlayStation version.

You can also check out a trial version of the game on their website.
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