Mutant Mudds Deluxe Slides Over to PS3 and Vita

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

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Mutant Mudds: Coming to PSVita

For a long time, I relished being a Big N fan for the lovely gems developed by Renegade Kid. From Dementium to Moon to Mutant Mudds, I’ve pretty much bought every game they released on a Nintendo console. But I’m sure some of you hardcore Sony fans aren’t sure what all the fuss is about, especially with regard to Mutant Mudds. Well, lucky you, since as of today you will be able to purchase it for PS3 and Vita! More exciting is the fact that this version of the game, which had previously been released on the 3DS and Wii U, will feature Cross-Buy and Cross-Save. So if you buy it for one Sony console, you get it for the other! You can even transfer your progress from one to the other! If that wasn’t great enough, this will be based on the Deluxe version rereleased for the Wii U, reviewed by the estimable Jonathan Higgins, which includes 20 new Ghost levels, as well as unlockable characters and checkpoints to help out noobie players. So what are you waiting for? If you like retro games with challenge and style, go buy this right now!


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Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.