Atomic Ninjas coming to PS3, PS Vita this year from Grip Games

Atomic Ninjas, a 2.5D multiplayer platformer, is in development at Grip Games and is set for release on PlayStation 3 this summer and PlayStation Vita this year, the studio announced today.

According to the game's website, it will be available on PS3 this summer and PS Vita this fall.

The Prague-based company describes Atomic Ninjas as the love child of Fat Princess and Crash Commando, in terms of its charming humor. It's an arena-based multiplayer combat title, although unlike something such as Super Smash Bros., you can't directly attack other players. Instead, you have to use objects like falling crates and environmental hazards like laser beams to do your dirty work for you. You'll have super powers at your disposal like flying, invisibility and telekinesis.

Atomic Ninjas will offer four-player multiplayer action, both online and offline split-screen; online matches will be supported across the PS3 and PS Vita versions of the game, and save files will be synced in the cloud for both platforms. You can check out 11 screenshots of Atomic Ninjas above.

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