RYM 9000 – A Fast-Paced SHMUP Headed to PS4

Monday, February 4th, 2019

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Rym 9000 | Featured ImageEastasiasoft announced earlier today that it will be bringing another SHMUP title to the PSN this month. Rym 9000 is a PS4 game described by the publisher as being “a hyperkinetic, unique, high-octane experience conceived to stimulate your senses and make your eyes and ears bleed”. Spanning five action-packed levels, players must fight their way to the Moon in an attempt to lay claim to an ancient alien relic known as the Rym 9000 treasure.

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The digital version of Rym 9000 will hit the Asia/Japan PSN Store on February 8, 2019. The North American and European releases will follow just a few days later on February 15th with a listed price of $9.99 USD.

Rym 9000 | Limited Edition

If you’re interested in snagging a physical copy, a limited physical edition is available right now on Playasia. This version is already in stock, is capped at 1,600 copies, and includes a collector’s box, the PS4 game disc, a 48-page manual, the OST, and a numbered certificate. It is currently being sold for $34.99 USD. For more information on this game and others from the same publisher, take a trip to Eastasiasoft’s official website.

SOURCE: Press Release

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