Wizorb Does Retro JRPG Block Breaking on PlayStation Platforms Next Week


After achieving indie success on PC/Mac/Linux and as an Xbox Live Indie Game, Tribute Games’ mash-up of Breakout block busting and NES-era fantasy JRPG adventuring is bringing its nostalgically refreshing brand of ball-and-paddle arcade fun to the North American PlayStation minis library.

Starting next week on Tuesday, July 24, you’ll be able to download and enjoy Wizorb on your PS3, PSP and PS Vita for a mere $3.99. Yes, a new game that actually plays across all three PlayStation platforms (yet we still can’t get functional versions of PSP games like Unchained Blades and Gungnir working on the Vita… argh!!!).

Check out our review of the PC version from earlier in the year to see why you’re going to want this in your PlayStation digital collection. If you don’t have a PlayStation system, the Steam version is currently on sale for less than two bucks.

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