E3 2017: Iconic Indie RPG Undertale Coming To PS4 And Vita

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Undertale, previously exclusive to the PC, will be coming to both the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita sometime this summer. The console release will also be available in a physical form that includes a 24-page instruction booklet, and a collector's edition that comes with the soundtrack and a musical locket in a special case.

The 2015 independent retro-style RPG from Toby Fox puts the fates of everyone you encounter in your hands, determining who lives and dies. The turn-based combat plays out in a bullet-hell style to avoid damage, and you can either attack or diffuse the battle through speech. Undertale accounts for the decisions you make, each with consequences that affects the events of the story and your conversations with the game's characters.

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Undertale was awarded a 9/10 on GameSpot by reviewer Tyler Hicks, who stated, "It's one of the most progressive and innovative RPGs to come in a long time, breaking down tradition for the sake of invention, with great success."

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