La-Mulana EX hits PS Vita next week

Watch the latest trailer for archaeological exploration game.

La-Mulana EX

La-Mulana EX will launch for PS Vita next Tuesday, March 3 in North America and the following day in Europe, Pygmy Studio announced.

The archaeological ruins exploration action game tasks players with exploring ruins and discovering treasure while solving riddles without falling foul of the monsters and traps blocking their way.

The PS Vita version adds a number of new features, as indicated by the “EX” in the the title. New additions include:

  • Monster Bestiary – The new Monster Bestiary is where you can check out details of every monster you slay and character you meet. It’s useful to read, but you’ll also get to see some wonderful art for the creatures in the ruins.
  • Gameplay – La-Mulana lets you go almost anywhere you like from the start, which can be a bit daunting to some. When we first started developing La-Mulana EX, the plan was to have two modes: the original version for returning players, and a revised adventure that was more accessible for new players. However, as time went on, we decided to bring both versions together in a way that improves the experience for everyone.
  • Tweaks – his doesn’t mean we’ve made La-Mulana EX easier. Trust me, it’s still just as challenging as ever — it’s just also more accessible for those who might be too scared to enter the ruins otherwise. The signposting is improved, some of the puzzles and obstacles have been altered slightly (Don’t rely on your memories if you’ve played the game before!), it’s now possible to undo the Hard Mode curse if you want to, and so on.
  • Languages – We’ve even added more languages (French and German, on top of English, Spanish and Russian) and improved the old translations, so now even more people can enjoy La-Mulana than ever before.

Watch the latest trailer below.

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