Sony has confirmed to Eurogamer that Riff: Everyday Shooter will be released on the European PlayStation 3 Store this Thursday.
The publisher told us that you will have to pay GBP 4.99 for the pleasure of its jangly company, compared to USD 9.99 in Americaland.
Everyday Shooter is an "album" of distinctive musical shoot-'em-ups built around the same underlying two-stick movement mechanics.
It was developed by a chap called Jonathan Mak, who drew inspiration from the likes of Kenta Cho, Kanta Matsuhisa and Tetsuya Mizuguchi according to its self-deprecating release notes.
We go over some of that and why Everyday Shooter is one of the best things on PSN in our Riff: Everyday Shooter review elsewhere on the site.
You should also pop along to the gamepage to check out some video and screenshots.
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