PlayStation Mini BreakQuest: Extra Evolution Returns as Freemium Vita Title

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Block-breaking PlayStation Mini BreakQuest: Extra Evolution is being remastered for a native PlayStation Vita release this week in Europe and next week across North America. Being native to Vita rather than a Mini, the game will benefit from the addition of online scoreboards and trophies as well as “near” gifts and redesigned art that’s sure to look even more spectacular lighting up that beautiful OLED screen.

Of course the big news is Beatshapers’ decision to switch to a freemium model for the Vita-specific edition. Downloading the free version will provide 33 balls to try the game out with. After that, additional packs of 100, 200 and 500 balls will be available along with an Infinite Ball unlock–although it is currently unclear how much these will cost.

BreakQuest: Extra Evolution already was “a smashing success” as a Mini. Having it native to the Vita should only make it even more of a brick-busting blast.

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