Grasshopper announces student-made PlayStation Vita games - destructoid

Grasshopper announces student-made PlayStation Vita games

6:00 PM on 06.09.2012

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor


Juliet Starling's zombie slaying adventure might be coming to stores next Tuesday, but I wanted to talk to you about some other students affiliated with Grasshopper Manufacture. In June of last year the Lollipop Chainsaw developer launched their "Game Campus Festa" program, accepting pitches from teams of Japanese game development students looking to work alongside the studio to make PlayStation Vita titles. 

After starting development last September and finishing in February, Suda 51's company approved five of nine for release on Sony's portable. A collection of puzzlers and action games called Uni Uni Union, ElediveMou Sou Suru Shika Nai!!Octalide, and Volt, these titles will be made available exclusively to Japanese PlayStation Plus members on June 21.

Grasshopper Manufacture Announces PS Vita Game Campus Festa Winners [Andrisang]


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