Malicious coming to PlayStation Vita [Update]

Alvion bringing PSN game to PSV

Alvion is bringing its boss-fighting PlayStation Network action game Malicious to PlayStation Vita. The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals its development for the system.

The PlayStation Network game released in Japan in October. According to Alvion, an English version is in the works.

Currently, it’s unknown whether it’s a port of the PlayStation 3 version or an all-new entry in what would then become a series. Stay tuned for additional updates.

Thanks, Andriasang.

Update next day 2:11am: The PlayStation Vita version of Malicious will be a download-only game, meaning you won’t be able to purchase it at retail.

Dengeki doesn’t have any actual details on the game — whether it’s all new or if it’s a port of the PlayStation 3 version — though they may come in tonight’s Famitsu leak. Stay tuned.

Thanks again, Andriasang.

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