Award-winning indie game BADLAND Gets New Trailer & Release Date

The award-winning, mesmerizing indie game, BADLAND is getting a Game of the Year Edition releasing on all PlayStation platforms on May 26th, 2015. The game is making it’s way to the PS4, with cross-buy and cross-save support, meaning owners can buy one version and get the other versions free, in addition to Cross Save support. BADLAND is a fast-paced, physics-enabled action puzzler in which players navigate through a beautifully twisted landscape as a clony, and it is up to you to survive and be free. To celebrate, Teemu Maki-Patola of Finland-based Frogmind studios, took to the PlayStation.Blog to enthusiastically express his excitement for the game.

The redesigned gameplay expands the original one by offering full control over your character. All the levels have been rebuilt for the new controls of the PlayStation versions and have been visually enhanced. The new edition features over 15 hours and 100 levels of single-player story content, 100 co-op and 27 multiplayer deathmatch stages for up-to-four-person local multiplayer modes. The game looks stunning in full HD and the multiplayer gameplay has been praised everywhere we have shown it. The co-op mode works well even for players of different skill levels: as long as one player survives, he’ll be able to resurrect the others at the next cloning power-up. We believe that the game delivers one of the best local multiplayer experiences on the platform.

Look for BADLAND when it drops on the PlayStation Store Tuesday May 26th.

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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