The beloved indie title Max & the Magic Marker is officially on its way to the PlayStation Network in what will be called the Gold Edition. In the enhanced version you can expect the game to grace your television screen in a crisp 1080p presentation and it will also feature Move support.
This news comes almost right after the announcement that Max & the Magic Marker is coming to the DS this holiday season, which is quite a bit after the release of Gold Edition on September 28th in Europe and on October 18th in the States.
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