By Josh Speer / March 25th, 2015
I admit to not being all too familiar with Double Fine, other than trying Costume Quest 2 on the Wii U. So I didn’t exactly jump for joy when I heard that Broken Age is headed to PS4 and Vita April 28th, (April 29th for European fans) but I did raise my eyebrow inquisitively. Both Cross-Buy and Cross-Save will be featured with Broken Age. Better yet, buying the game gets you both Act 1, which is already out, as well as the upcoming Act 2. So fans will get the full experience.
I do find it interesting that a game that had essentially put Kickstarter on the map is now coming to Sony consoles. Regardless, it should be interesting to play a game where you control two very different characters from different eras. First is Vella, chosen to be her village’s sacrifice and second is Shay, living alone on a space station. It should be intriguing to see how their stories intersect and parallel each other. Also, if you don’t have a PS4 or Vita, it sounds like Act 2 of Broken Age will hit the same day on PCs. While the PS Blog doesn’t clarify how much Broken Age will cost, I am officially adding it to my list of games to look into.
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