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Hyper Crazy Climber  



PS1 title Hyper Crazy Climber now on PSN


12:15 PM on 04.16.2014
PS1 title Hyper Crazy Climber now on PSN photo



Back in 1996, Nihon Bussan released a climbing game in Japan called Hyper Crazy Climber. In it, you just climb. Buildings, rocks, landmarks -- whatever. Climb, man. Show Nathan Drake how it really is.

The controls are interesting in that each limb is mapped to a different input. You're going to have to be pretty coordinated to make your way to the top.

MonkeyPaw has brought this weird title to our shores this week as a PlayStation Network release, available for play on PS3, PSP, and Vita, priced at $5.99.

Look, you're getting the rock wall climbing experience for $6, and without the crotch intrusion.

PS1 title Hyper Crazy Climber now on PSN photo
PS1 title Hyper Crazy Climber now on PSN photo
PS1 title Hyper Crazy Climber now on PSN photo







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