If you’re the kind of gamer who sobs while thinking about those night-time ice levels in Super Mario or the flying fish that made it almost impossible for you to reach the safety castle, then you must try out the latest “Risk of Rain” video game that will be soon available on PlayStation 4. The pixelated wonder that PS4 was waiting for features amazing and highly difficult levels that will sometimes make even the most experienced gamer sob like a little girl.
While sporting a super cool pixelated graphic in the age in which you can literally see how Lara Croft’s oblique muscles contract as she climbs a wall, “Risk of Rain will make you forget about the retro graphic and focus more on not destroying your gaming console.
The pixelated wonder that PS4 was waiting for has been available on Steam since 2013. And for two years it has made the life of PC gamers an absolute living hell. The more you play, the more laborious the game becomes. In order to understand the frustrating and exhaustingly potential of the gameplay you can check the difficulty levels that are ranked from “Easy” to “HAHAHA”.
At least, in Super Mario, you had three painstaking shots of completing the hellish levels. But “Risk of Rain” is not a game for entry-level gamers. The absurdly hard indie action game features a tiny, pixelated character that has only one life to complete the entire levels. This means that if you die at the very end of a level after facing various enemies and collecting all of the empowering items you will just have to start over from absolute scratch.
If you are indeed a pixelated game nostalgic, then you remember the keyboard/joystick and soul crushing Contra. Well, “Risk of Rain” is painfully similar, only a bit harder.
The main differences between the PC and PlayStation 4 or Vita editions of the hellish pixelated adventure game are the automatic options of online matchmaking. Also, the PlayStation 4 edition allows two players sharing the same console and up to 4 players sharing the game, including a Cross Play between PS4 and Vita owners.
In order to bring the soul-crushing, nightmare-inducing, and incredibly fun pixelated indie adventure game to PlayStation, Sony collaborated with Hopoo Games and Code Mystics. The latter has a very long and fruitful experience in porting games.
The pixelated wonder that PS4 was waiting for is finally here. You can check out the video below to see what kind of excruciating experiences it may offer to any innocent soul courageous enough to play it.
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