Thursday, September 23, 2010

Mediatonic Announce Who’s That Flying!? Is Coming To Playstation Mini's On 12th October For £3.99/ €4.99/ $5.99

Mediatonic have announced that their upcoming Playstation Mini's game, Who's That Flying!?, is set to come out on 12th October for £3.99, €4.99 and $5.99. In Who's That Flying!?, you play as the Guardian of Earth. but a sudden devastating attack on earth has left you in trouble with the Galactic Council of Justice, leaving you with the task to not only defend yourself, but also save the earth. Mediatonic have released a trailer for Who's That Flying!? showing the predicament The Guardian of Earth faces as well as in-game action of him killing monsters.

Press Release

London, UK. London-based development studio Mediatonic has announced that Who’s That Flying!?, its latest title for PlayStation Portable Minis, will be available to purchase and download from the PSN store from Tuesday 12th October 2010, priced £3.99, €4.99 and $5.99 respectively.

In Who’s That Flying!?, players take control of the mysterious and powerful creature known only as the "Guardian of Earth". His steely eye and HYPER-POWERED LASER ARM have kept the citizens of Earth safe for generations (as well as proving a hit with the ladies). With all his awesome TALENT and FLAIR, surely it would be IMPOSSIBLE for a sudden and devastating invasion of colossal Doom Beasts to descend on the Earth’s cities and cause havoc without his knowledge? No, it’s not, and the fact that he was posing for photos at the time has nothing to do with it.

To save the Guardian Of Earth’s reputation, as well as the Earth itself, players must not only defend the cities from ravenous hordes of Doom Beasts, but must also defend the Guardian of Earth against accusations of gross incompetence from the Galactic Council of Justice - and this is all BEFORE players can even start to get to the bottom of just who OR what is really behind the invasion.

Who’s That Flying!? Will be available to purchase and download from the PSN store from Tuesday 12th October 2010, priced £3.99, €4.99 and $5.99 according to region.

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