Sine Mora heading to Vita

About time too. 

Sine Mora, the exquisite scrolling shooter from Digital Reality in partnership with Grasshopper, is coming to the PlayStation Vita according to a press release that's emerged in the run-up to Sony's E3 conference.

"When you've got a great game on your hands, there's nothing you want to do more than share it with everyone," said Digital Reality's Balázs Horváth. "We had a fantastic launch with Microsoft exclusively on Xbox Live Arcade, and we're really excited to continue that on the Vita."

Sine Mora launched earlier this year to glowing reviews, including a 9/10 on Eurogamer. "Clearly not one for casual players, this is a heartfelt love letter to one of gaming's thoroughbred genres and one that fans of the right temperament should experience without delay," said the lovely Dan Whitehead.

The Vita version will come with some exclusive content courtesy of renowned Japanese shooter developer G-Rev, who are contributing a new character, Wilhelmine Muller, pulled in from its own Under Defeat game.

There's no word just yet on a release date for the game, nor what price point it'll come in at.

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