Late last year a modest platformer named Dokuro hit the PlayStation Vita, giving it a much needed boost in a rather dry period for the portable. It was a beautiful but flawed game, making it hard to recommend at the full price it was offered for on the PSN.
But flash forward to this week, and that same title has launched on the Google Play and iTunes marketplaces at the introductory price of $0.99. At that price the game is an absolute steal, and pretty much everyone can play it now -- Vita or not. It'll revert to its standard price of $2.99 in January.
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