Velocity Ultra - FuturLab's Vita remake of its PlayStation Mini shooter/puzzle hybrid Velocity - will be coming to PS3 later this year in an enhanced HD port.
PS Minis game Velocity isn't getting a sequel just yet. The announcement teased in December has turned out to be for Velocity Ultra, a native PS Vita version - an HD rework - of the PS Minis game.
A sequel isn't off the table, though: a questionnaire has been sent out asking people what they'd like from a second game. Presumably Velocity 2 is the next project in the pipeline.
FuturLab described Velocity Ultra on the PlayStation Blog as the Director's Cut of the game. All the art is being reworked to "a much higher standard" and changing from a pixelated style to cartoon.
Super duper Vita shooter Velocity looks set for a sequel.
Velocity is the retro nostalgic PS Mini game from May that blended scrolling shooting with cleverly complex levels that, while easily completable, hid secrets for high scores.
While developer FuturLab hasn't specifically announced a sequel, the evidence certainly points that way.
PlayStation under-used minis service would get a huge shot in the arm if Sony allowed developers to include Trophies in their games, according to the developer behind critically lauded shoot 'em up Velocity.
Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode 2 headlines today's EU PlayStation Store update. Sega's latest Sonic adventure costs £9.99 and includes exclusive levels for those with Sonic 4 Episode 1.
Music-mixing title PixelJunk 4am launches for £6.49, although you'll need a PlayStation Eye camera and Move controller to play.
You can also now download a digital version of THQ's open-world dildo-fest Saints Row: The Third. It costs £29.99 and will hog 7.33 GB of your disc space.
New PlayStation minis shoot 'em up Velocity features music from award-winning Killzone composer Joris de Man, developer FuturLab has announced.