Orgarhythm and Sumioni: Demon Arts heading to PS Vita in Europe tomorrow
by Anthony Usher 15/1/2013
Publisher: Acquire Corp.
Format: PS Vita
Good news, PS Vita folks: Orgarhythm and Sumioni: Demon Arts have both escaped the confines of the US, meaning they'll be available to download from Sony's European PSN Store tomorrow.
Orgarhythm, for those of you who're unfamiliar with it, is a rather unique music-infused real-time strategy title developed by Takashi Hirai (one of the key figures behind Rez and Space Channel 5).
In Orgarhythm, you're tasked with commanding your very own army in a battle against evil demons. By tapping and swiping on your PS Vita's screen in time with the game's beat, you can win the rhythm-based war.
Orgarhythm features 12 action-packed stages, tons of leaderboards, and an ad hoc multiplayer mode that allows you to team up with or compete against your buddies.
Sumioni: Demon Arts, on the other hand, is an Okami-style 2D action-platformer, which takes full advantage of the PS Vita's front and rear touchpads.
Basically, you use both sides of the device to paint ink platforms that aid your sword-wielding protagonist. You also use the two touchpads to summon gods and cast powerful elemental attacks.
Both games will be available to download around Europe from tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled for them.