Blade Kitten getting multiplatform release, delayed

Blade Kitten, originally slated for release exclusively on the PlayStation Network, is now coming to multiple platforms. Along with its new publisher Atari, the game is now also slated for release on Xbox LIVE Arcade and PC. The publisher has also announced that the game has been delayed to September from its original spring release date.

“Bringing the anime-inspired universe of Blade Kitten to life via Xbox LIVE Arcade, Playstation Network and PC Download is sure to resonate with gamers,” says Jim Wilson, President and CEO of Atari, Inc. “With high-quality, colorful arcade action, which translates incredibly from comic book to videogame and a new spin on side-scrolling non-stop action to an already rabid platforming fan base of gamers on XBLA and PSN, we are looking forward to a successful launch.”

Here. Enjoy these new screens to suffice the delay.

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