Machinarium Coming to PlayStation Vita

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

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On Friday, Sony revealed a port of the PC indie gameĀ Machinarium for the PlayStation Vita. This port will have new features such as touch controls utilizing both the front touch screen and the back touch as well and a zoom function to accommodate the smaller screen of the PS Vita. It will also feature all the enhancements made for the PlayStation 3 version that came out last October.

Machinarium came out for PC back in 2009. This point and click adventure game stars a robot who must rescue his robot-girlfriend from a couple of robot-thugs. The nameless robot will have to improvise his way through a series of rooms with obstacles that can be solved by combining and/or manipulating various objects in the room.

Machinarium will be available for download from PlayStation Store on March 26.


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