XSEED Games are pleased to announce two titles coming exclusively to the PlayStation Vita tomorrow in Europe, 16th January, as digital downloads on the PlayStation Network, Sumioni: Demon Arts for €9.99 and Orgarhythm for €14.99.
Sumioni: Demon Arts blends traditional face-button controls with the PS Vita system touchscreen and rear touch pad to create an engaging and visceral 2D platforming experience. Boasting 30 stages and multiple endings, Sumioni: Demon Arts offers gamers plenty of challenge, requiring quick thinking and fast reflexes for success.
Presented in a classical “sumi-e” ink painting style, Sumioni – which is literally translated from Japanese as “Ink Demon” – sees players guiding a lone Inkdemon named Agura through a fictional take on ancient Japan. The apathetic and once exiled Inkdemon has been given a chance to redeem himself by ridding the world of a sinister dictator who’s taken over the capital city and threatens to resurrect an ancient evil.
Orgarhythm offers a unique gameplay experience where rhythm and sound act as the user interface, and traditional real-time strategy elements are blended with touchscreen prompts to create a one of a kind handheld experience. The game was developed in Japan by ACQUIRE in conjunction with Neilo, the new studio founded by Takashi Hirai who is best known for his past work on Space Channel 5 and Rez.