Elevator Action Deluxe hits PSN on August 30 - destructoid

Elevator Action Deluxe hits PSN on August 30

3:30 PM on 08.18.2011

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


After some teasing, Square Enix has revealed Elevator Action Deluxe for the PlayStation 3. And it's coming out in just two weeks, on August 30.

The PlayStation Network title is a re-invisioning of the original, with update visuals for fancy new, high definition television. The game will also include offline multiplayer modes, including deathmatch and a mode where players race to steal secret files.

Elevator Action Deluxe will run you $9.99. Was this a classic you were hoping would be remade, or are you just shrugging at the very idea?


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