Hearing about the new, remastered Crimsonlandwas super nostalgic for me. I've not yet played it on Steam where it's been available for a few weeks now, but I'll get to it, eventually. PlayStation 4 owners in need of a no-frills, blow-shit-up game should look forward to July 15 -- that's when Crimsonland will launch on PlayStation Network.
There's 60 campaign missions, five survival modes, and support for up to four players in local co-op included. For the latter, "with four players you get literally hundreds of enemies on screen at the same time," due to a player-count multiplier. Sounds delightful. Paint your screen red.
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