Last year's enjoyable first-person dungeon crawler Severed arrived on Switch earlier today in both Europe and North America.
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Sony's announced the free games coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers in March.
PlayStation 4 owners get Tarsier Studios and Media Molecule's Tearaway Unfolded, and fast-paced action sports game Disc Jam.
Isometric adventure Lumo is available for PS Vita and PS4 with Cross Buy. Vita users also get dungeon crawler Severed.
Formerly Vita-exclusive first-person dungeon-crawling action game Severed is coming to Wii U, 3DS and iOS this summer.
Severed is a very innovative game for 2011. When touchscreen gameplay became a new phenomena we had no shortage of titles like Infinity Blade and Fruit Ninja pioneering ways to merge touchscreen input with the precise thrill of an action game. The results weren't always elegant, but they were novel. DrinkBox Studios (Guacamelee!, Mutant Blobs Attack) has sought to replicate this already bygone fad in its latest Vita-exclusive first-person dungeon crawler Severed. The funny thing is that by being a few years behind the curve it's almost retro enough to be back in vogue.
Drinkbox Studios proved the Vita a viable platform with the wonderful launch title Mutant Blobs Attack, then followed it up with the stylish cross-platform metroidvania Guacamelee, and now it's returning to Vita exclusivity with its latest game Severed, a first-person dungeon crawler arriving on 26th April.
Severed looks a little like a surreal take on Infinity Blade with its first-person touchscreen-based combat, only in Severed you slice off the limbs of your foes to equip them on your persons.
The games has been in development for quite some time, as it was announced back in 2014.
The Toronto-based Drinkbox Studios has a penchant for bright, colourful, cheery games like Mutant Blobs Attack and Guacamelee!, and while its upcoming game, Severed, is certainly bright and colourful, it's anything but cheery.