Incredible Mandy PlayStation 4

Dotoyou Games’ Incredible Mandy Releases For the PlayStation 4

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Publisher PM Studios has announced the release of Incredible Mandy for the PlayStation 4, as well as a new PlayStation launch trailer. The single-player action-adventure game previously released for PC in 2018, and the Nintendo Switch in 2019. Additionally, the game is also available on the PlayStation 5 and is priced at $14.99.

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Developed by Dotoyou Games, it follows the story of a brother and sister trapped in a dream. After a tragic accident, the siblings must work together to battle through countless enemies that represent their fears. Players control the brother and travel through a variety of landscapes as your sister guides you. Players can also collect treasure chests hidden across the map in order to unlock memories that give the story an even deeper meaning.

The brother, who lost his hand in an accident, instead wields the magic sword Excalibur of Light. The gameplay mixes puzzle-solving elements and light platforming with third-person perspective combat and boss battles. Incredible Mandy also features a vibrantly colored low-poly art style and lighting system that changes as you travel to other areas.

You can check out the official Incredible Mandy PlayStation 4 Launch trailer below:

The game was fairly well received with a Positive score on Steam. It also won the “Best PC Game” award in Tencent’s Games Innovation Competition back in 2018.

Incredible Mandy is currently available on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 4 and 5, as well as the Nintendo Switch, and PCs via Steam. The game is playable in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish, and costs $14.99.

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