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Post by Eorl @ 09:28am 29/08/14 | 1 Comments
Multiplayer party game Nidhogg will soon be making its way to Sony's PlayStation Vita handheld, releasing simultaneously alongside the PlayStation 4 release.

The indie two-player fencing game will be cross-buy between the two platforms, meaning you only have to pay once in order to have them on both Vita and PS4. You can play locally, Vita-to-Vita, in ad-hoc mode. You'll also be able to connect to PSN and play against people online. Developer Messhof has also revealed that players in a bit of a pinch can have two players use a single Vita, playing with a thumbstick per person.

Nidhogg originally released on PC in early 2014. A release date for either the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation Vita has not yet been revealed.



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arkter
Posted 08:15am 01/9/14
How about some new godamn content - the 4 maps get old very fast.
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