Today Executive Producer Martin Brouard
of Frima Studio has announced that Young Thor is heading to PSP Minis alongside a new official trailer video for the title.
To quote: Today we're showing off the final trailer for Young Thor, which will be launching next week for minis on PSP and PS3.
Our team has had a ton of fun creating titles for minis like Zombie Tycoon and the recent Widgets Odyssey, but Young Thor represents a completely new milestone in our efforts.
Built entirely for minis from the ground up to look great when played on either system, we wanted to deliver a truly epic action title that pushes the boundaries for what a minis title can become, and it's anything but tiny. Check out the official launch trailer below!
A fresh take on iconic Norse Mythology, the game has been inspired by some of the best action-platformers and beat-em up brawlers around.
You'll need to pummel your way through Midgard, the world of men, and Asgard, the world of the gods, with over a dozen different attacks and special powers if you should ever hope to save the world tree Yggdrasil.
While I don't want to spoil anything, we also have a mountain of 50 different in-game achievables to unlock throughout Thor's epic journey.
On top of that, there is an addictive leveling and experience system that will let you strengthen your stats to level 99, and there are plenty of divine items that will help you bring the hammer down on Hel, daughter of Loki!
We've had all hands-on deck for Young Thor since the beginning, and we're happy to also share a look at some of the artwork that went into the game's visual style. You can even get a look at some of the comics we've made, which also showcase the more light-hearted humor from our take on the mythology.
The release of Young Thor has been a long time coming, and we're happy that this PSP Mini title will also be playable on the PS3 when it hits the PlayStation Store on July 20th for just $4.99.
In truth, we feel there is more to this minis title than anything else before this, and we could go on for ages if Odin would let us. Instead, I'll be fielding some questions from you guys in the thread below, and I'm happy to answer as much as I can about the game!
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