ININ Games Has Launched Ultracore PS Vita Version

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oprainfall | Ultracore


ININ Games is very proud to announce that the digital release of Ultracore for the PlayStation Vita is now here. The game has launched digitally for the platform in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Ultracore is a run & gun style platformer with a price tag of $19.99 / £17.99 / €19.99 on the PlayStation store according to the press release. Here is the launch trailer from the Switch/PlayStation 4 launch late last month:


The Eurostyle metroidvania platformer was never released in the 90’s. Now, Swedish developer, Digital Illusions (also known as DICE), have collaborated with the original team to bring the game as a digital purchase to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita consoles. Ultracore has extensive levels where you’ll meet formidable and heavily armed bosses! If you are a fan of classic 2D action games, then you may also enjoy the vertical side-scrolling levels, which feature a bit of intense shoot-em up action. There is also the optional soundtrack, which features bands such as Scandroid, Mega Drive, 3Force and more.

Lastly, here are a few screenshots of the game in action:

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