Q*Bert Rebooted coming to PS Vita, PS3, and the PS4

Originally released in 1982 by Gottlieb, Q*Bert is an arcade game that falls along the timeless greats suchas Pacman, Galaga, and Frogger. It’s simple, charming, fun, and timelessly challenging which are attributes that continue to draw in players. Known for its unique gameplay and anxenometic visuals style, the game made quite the impact. Q*Bert came back from time to time and even had a solid appearance in Disney’s 2012 Award-winning animated film, Wreck-It Ralph.  Today, announced on the PS Blog, Q*Bert is back for new audiences.

     Q*Bert Rebooted is the heartfelt efforts of three entities: LOOT Entertainment, Gonzo Games, and Sideline Amusements. Together, and with great care from SONY Consumer Products, they are bringing back the original game to all of Son’y platforms with another, big, modern take on Q*Bert as well. In other words, both the classic and newer take on Q*Bert will be bundled together for one price. The classic will feature the same look, feel, and gameplay known from the 80’s while Rebooted brings in a modern take, including multiple characters, hexagonal steps, new music, and different views.

Q*Bert Rebooted doesn’t have a release date but it is coming soon. Check out the PS Blog for more updates.

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Roberto Nieves

Roberto Nieves

" I'm Not a program. I'm a user." Sam Flynn, Tron: Legacy (2010)

To best describe is that ambition and a willing to do something are two of my strongest traits. They've allowed me to go places and do things. Extraordinary things. Maybe not change the world but make someone feel pretty damn good.

I've been playing video games for as long as I can remember. From the days of the Nintendo SNES and the SEGA Genesis to the PlayStation 3 and the Playstation Vita, gaming has been a big part of me. I like them for their art, creativity, gameplay, and most importantly, FUN! Fun is what matters. What's the point in playing a game if it is not fun? Everything else is secondary.

Now I game on Sony's platforms as a member of the PlayStation Nation. I'm a gaming enthusiasts and I respect other games and their platforms (At least when they are not restricting me)

PSN ID: Vectorman88