Rabi-Ribi for PS4, PS Vita launches Q3 2017 in Europe

Get to the bottom of the strange things happening on Rabi-Ribi island.

Rabi-Ribi

PQube will release the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of Rabi-Ribi in Europe in Q3 2017, the publisher announced.

Sekai Project previously announced plans to publish the console versions of the Cre-Spirit-developed 2D side-scrolling action game in North America.

Here’s an overview of the game, via PQube:

About

Rabi-Ribi is a 2D side-scrolling action game that combines the freedom of exploration, platforming and combat with the white-knuckle intensity of bullet hell boss fights.

Don the bunny ears of Erina, a bunny-turned-bunny girl, who mysteriously wakes up in an unfamiliar place in a strange body. In hopes of returning to her peaceful bunny life, she sets out to find her way back home, but strange things are taking place on Rabi-Ribi island. With the help of her trusty Piko Hammer and Ribbon, her fairy friend, it’s up to Erina to get to the bottom of this mystery…

Key Features

  • Retro exploration platformer.
  • 4+ difficulty settings for all types of players.
  • 9+ main areas and 20+ sub-areas to explore.
  • Over 60 items and upgrades.
  • Over 20 fully illustrated characters with cutscene illustrations.
  • 40+ boss battles, 1000+ attack patterns with Boss Rush Mode to fight some or all of them in a row.
  • Post-game story and content with speedrun mode.
  • Over 50+ pieces from an original soundtrack.
  • English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese language support.
  • Bunnies!

Additional gameplay and story content to be announced!

Watch a trailer below.

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