Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse: Episode Two out today on Vita

iOS and Android versions "shortly".

Point and click adventure game Broken Sword 5 - the Serpent's Curse: Episode Two launches on PlayStation Vita today in Europe, developer Revolution Software has announced.

It costs £9.99 from the PlayStation Store. Both episodes are available together for £15.99.

Both episodes are already available for PC, Linux and Mac from Steam, GOG.com, Humble Store and Get Games priced £18.99. Episode Two on iOS and Android will be available shortly, Revolution said.

"We are absolutely delighted by the response of PlayStation Vita gamers to the first episode of The Serpent's Curse," Revolution chief Charles Cecil said.

"A large number of people had contacted us to ask, or simply just demand, that we bring the game to Vita. Now they can get stuck into the concluding episode or, for those who preferred to wait, to play the adventure in its entirety."

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