E3 2013: Hohokum Trailer Unveiled at E3

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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About a month ago, it was announced that Hohokum, an independent game from Sony Santa Monica and developer Honeyslug, would be available for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, as well as the PlayStation Vita, next year. At the time of the announcement, there was no gameplay footage available, but it’s here now in time for E3!

Along with the gameplay footage, there are many characters featured in the video. Richard Hogg, the creator of the game, explains that a lot of these characters never do actually meet in the game but enjoyed bringing them together. The colorful environment will make it impossible to not smile, and I have a feeling that it will be even harder to put down the controller.

If you are one of those lucky few to be at E3 (although I doubt you would be reading this!), Hohokum is playable at a few different locations, including at the PlayStation booth and the IndieCade booth.


About Chantal Del Puppo

Former Contributor- A lover of video games, anime and cosplay, Chantal started attending conventions. Quickly she realized she wanted to be a part of the gaming community and found her calling with writing for Operation Rainfall. Currently completing her Bachelor of Arts, Chantal is specializing in English and Cultural studies with hopes to teach abroad. Her favorite types of games are RPGs/JRPGs with a terrible guilty pleasure for rhythm games.