City, Date: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has today announced that Frobisher Says! – an eccentric and hilarious compendium of fast-paced mini games – will be available to all PlayStation ®Vita (PS Vita) users, for free, from April 25 th. Frobisher Says! is a PS Vita exclusive application and those already familiar with Frobisher’s distinctly strange world will be able to access 15 mini-games as part of the DLC also available to everyone on May 2 nd .
Frobisher Says! Has already been a hit with gamers who pre-ordered PS Vita and received the game free at launch.
Now, all PS Vita users can experience the madness that is Frobisher Says! By downloading it free from PlayStation ®Store.
The premise is simple; Frobisher, a strange sort of chap, commands players to perform all manner of usual and surreal tasks using the whole range of inputs PS Vita has to offer.
Poke an otter with a stick, deliver a pudding, draw on an egg, stir two bowls of soup, whatever Frobisher’s bidding players must obey by touching, shaking, moving, speaking or shooting using PS Vita.
As well as single-player mode, up to twelve friends can pass one PS Vita between them for fast-paced, funny, and just plain weird multiplayer sessions!
25 mini-games are available completely free to all players and, for those who have been playing with Frobisher since the launch of PS Vita, there is also a ton of new content on the way. A DLC pack featuring 15 brand-new mini-games will also be released on May 2 nd priced just €1.99.
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