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Post by Eorl @ 12:32pm 11/01/13 | 2 Comments
Team17 Digital has revealed that the classic top-down shooter Alien Breed will be making its way to the PlayStation Network in early February, and will be available for both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita. The revived title will also be offering players the choice of old-school Amiga graphics or the new enhanced ones.
Alien Breed offers the opportunity for both old and new fans to experience the original survival-horror game, featuring a choice of either old-school Amiga graphics or new enhanced graphics.

Alien Breed Features:
  • Story Mode – choose from 30 levels including three new level packs:
  • Convergence, Valiance and Synergy.
  • Enhanced visuals or play using the original 16-bit graphics
  • Team up on either PS3 or PlayStation Vita via cross-platform play
  • Cross-Platform Continuation Play, carry on your PS3 save game progress on your PlayStation Vita, or vice versa!
  • Ad-Hoc and online co-op multiplayer for PlayStation Vita
  • Local and online co-op multiplayer for PlayStation 3
  • Leaderboards and trophies
You can check out some of the screenshots below for a memory refresh of what to expect, but keep an eye on the PlayStation Network in early February for the release.




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Latest Comments
tvcars
Posted 04:13pm 13/1/13
If its anything like the PC version I won't be disappointed I missed it.
l3wd_5c0ff
Posted 07:58pm 17/1/13
I d/l the alien breed trilogy demoes on ps3 network months ago. Only cause they put them in fps category and i had honestly never heard of it.
Wasnt that impressed. Only overhead view game ive ever liked was the original Commando game at the local chippy.
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