Plantera, Blasting Agent – Ultimate Edition & League of Evil Coming To PS Vita

Ratalaika Games has announced that it will bring Plantera, Blasting Agent – Ultimate Edition and League of Evil to the PS Vita. Blasting Agent and League of Evil will also be coming to PS4.

Plantera

Plantera PS Vita

In the world of Plantera you grow your own garden and breed plants and animals to earn coins with their produce. Use the coins to buy new plants and animals, and also special items and garden expansions. Watch everything grow, help planting and harvesting, buy new things, and defend your garden from sneaky magpies, rabbits, foxes, and wolves. Raise your level and the productivity of your plants and animals. Earn more and more, and create your own dream garden.

Plantera is scheduled to be released for the PS Vita in 2017.

Blasting Agent – Ultimate Edition

Blasting Agent PS Vita PS4

The Black Hand of Fate, an international terrorist group, has constructed a secret base within the heart of a volcano. They have built a massive army of bio-engineered soldiers and genetic monsters to take over the world! You are the only one that can stop to their dastardly plans. You are the Blasting Agent.

Blasting Agent – Ultimate Edition is scheduled to be released for PS Vita and PS4 in 2017.

League of Evil

League of Evil PS Vita PS4

League of Evil is an intense and fast-paced action-platformer with melee fighting elements. You play as a bionic super-agent and take on missions to defeat world threatening evil scientists. Combine acrobatic double jump, jump kick, and wall jump moves to pass challenging obstacle courses. Jump and punch your way through 140 missions filled with deadly traps and enemies.

League of Evil is scheduled to be released for PS Vita and PS4 in 2017.


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One thought on “Plantera, Blasting Agent – Ultimate Edition & League of Evil Coming To PS Vita

  • February 17, 2017 at 16:06
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    Small/indie devs projects and student projects all over the place.
    Sometimes I wonder why can’t all indie devs just play together and developer together something great looking and worth buying for the Vita?

    I guess that will never come to happen.

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