Learn what it means to be human when Doki-Doki Universe charms its way to Vita on December 10th
by Chris Priestman 5/12/2013
Product: Doki-Doki Universe
Developer: HumaNature Studios
Format: PS Vita
The cute and colourful Doki-Doki Universe is the next game from Greg Johnson the creator of Toe Jam and Earl.
It was announced on the US PlayStation blog that it will be heading to PS3, PS4, and - most importantly - PS Vita on December 10th and will cost £9.99 / $14.99.
For that price you get the story mode, 31 personality quizzes, and the Doki-Doki Mail messaging system.
However, launching on the same day is a "Starter Pack", which is completely free to download. That comes with 16 personality quizzes, Doki-Doki Mail, QT3’s home planet, and a tutorial planet.
Cross-buy is enabled for the game, so if you buy it on one of the PlayStation platforms then you'll have it across all three.
Doki-Doki Universe is an adorable looking game, I'm sure you'll agree.
You play a robot called Model QT377665 (QT3 for short), who has been chucked out by its human owners. A sad beginning to what appears to be an otherwise happy game.
You need to help QT3 learn what it means to be human so that it avoids being scrapped.
That's where the game opens up and lets you explore its charming world and help out the affable inhabitants. You also have Alien Jeff to help you out with some activities.
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