'Derrick the Deathfin' brings underwater papercraft to PSN October 9th

Derrick the Deathfin, a new PlayStation Network exclusive featuring underwater environments crafted from paper, will arrive on the PlayStation Store October 9th, developer Different Tuna announced today.

The title is reminiscent of Ecco the Dolphin, and stars Derrick, a shark that can propel itself through the ocean in search of delicious aquatic prey. The entirety of the game — the environments, characters, and even the user interface — is made of paper, much like Media Molecule's upcoming Vita title Tearaway. However, Derrick is much more focused on fast-paced, arcade action, as seen in the trailer below.

Derrick the Deathfin will cost $7.99 when it arrives on the PlayStation Store October 9th. Check out the trailer below to see the pescatarian action unfold.

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