Spelunky On PS3, PS Vita Gets Leaderboard Replays, Friend Ghosts

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The PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita versions of action roguelike Spelunky have been updated with the features that were included in the newly released PlayStation 4 version.

 

These features include full replays of anyone’s run in the Daily Challenge, available from the leaderboards. And being able to see a friend’s ghost in the Daily Challenge, which reveals where they died and what killed them.

 

This free update also introduces four-player PlayStation TV support for Spelunky on the PS Vita, so you can still have that big screen multiplayer experience even if you only own the handheld version of the game.

 

All three PlayStation versions of Spelunky have been updated with the ability to fast-forward through Daily Challenge replays, as well as some other minor fixes, including LAN multiplayer synchronization.


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