Drinkbox Vita Collection – Out Now

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Three great Vita games in one bundle. Check out the trailers and details below for the Drinkbox Vita Collection featuring Guacamelee!, Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack and Severed.

Drinkbox Studios, creator of the popular titles Guacamelee! and Mutant Blobs Attack, have launched a specially priced bundle of their games on the PlayStation Store today.

Dubbed, the “Drinkbox Vita Collection”, this digital bundle includes Guacamelee!, Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack and Severed, plus some additional content packs, all for the low price of $24.99 USD.

Severed – The latest PS Vita game from Drinkbox, Severed is custom-crafted for the PS Vita, making heavy use of the touchscreen for combat and the D-pad for navigation (lefties can use the face buttons for navigation). Severed has you playing as Sasha, a one-armed warrior who embarks on a journey through a surreal fantasy world in search of her missing family.

Guacamelee! – A “Metroidvania” style action-platformer set in a magical Mexican-inspired world. The special bundle also includes two DLC packs that were released for the game: A costume pack which allows you to change the appearance and gameplay statistics of your characters, and El Diablo’s Domain, a series of challenge levels with completion rewards.

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack – Designed for the PlayStation Vita as a launch title, Mutant Blobs Attack puts you in control of a hungry blob who escapes from the confines of an evil scientist’s lab and sets out to seek revenge on all mankind.

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  • Joshua Simpkins

    No physical game card for this collection? PASS! My 64GB Vita memory card is down to its last few Jibs, I don’t feel like deleting and redownloading games, especially with the Vita’s piss poor WiFi performance / DL speeds of the PlayStation Network.

    • ChazzH69

      Suggest it to @DrinkBoxStudios and @LimitedrunGames

      • Joshua Simpkins

        Very good idea! Hopefully someone will listen.