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Pix'n Love Rush coming to PlayStation Minis in March - Destructoid




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Pix'n Love Rush coming to PlayStation Minis in March


4:00 PM on 02.14.2011



Pix'n Love Rush has seen a considerable amount of success on the App Store, and courtesy of Sanuk Games, it's being brought to PlayStation Minis for PSP and PS3.

The European release is happening on March 2 for PlayStation Plus members (freebie alert!), and March 16 for non-subscribers at a price of €1.99. Presumably, those of us in the States will get it on or around then.

Even if it were simply a straight-up port, this game would be worth getting excited over. But, that's not the case -- this version of Pix'n Love Rush has the On-Off Rush mode, in addition to the recent Cursed mode. There's a good demonstration of both of these in the attached video.






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