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Snapshot also headed to PlayStation 3 and Vita this fall

7:00 PM on 05.29.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

It's all too easy to lose track of in-development independent games, particularly when it comes to those made by people with day jobs occupying most of their time. That said, it's a real pleasure to see projects you followed way back when suddenly resurface bearing great news. Such is the case with Retro Affect's Snapshot.

As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, Snapshot will be coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita later this fall by way of PSN, in addition to a PC release (via Steam and direct download). The game revolves around manipulating objects by capturing them with your camera and then placing them back into the world.

Seems like a reasonably promising concept for a puzzle platformer, if you ask me. I also dig that this is releasing on Vita as well -- with cross-platform saves, no less.


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