Vita Dungeon Crawler Mind Zero Is Coming To Steam

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Mind Zero, Acquire’s Vita dungeon-crawler, is coming to PC. Aksys are bringing the game to Steam via the Greenlight program.

 

The Steam version of the game will support dual audio and you can vote for it on Greenlight on this page.

 

Thanks to Siliconera reader Douglas for the heads up!


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