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PlayStation Mobile - Sixty Second Shooter Deluxe Video Review

on 31 October 2012

With Sony’s new PlayStation Mobile platform currently in full swing following its launch in early October, PlayStation Universe takes a look at some of the games currently available to play and download right now.

In our first video, we take a look at twin-stick shooter Sixty Second Shooter Deluxe, which is an updated version of the Chrome-based game, Sixty Second Shooter.

If you want to see what the game is like in action before deciding to download it onto your PlayStation certified device, you can try it for free on Chrome. 

Sixty Second Shooter Deluxe was created by indie game studio, Happion Laboratories and specifically by Jamie Fristrom, whose previous work includes games like Spider-Man 2 and Schizoid.

The game is available to download now priced £2.39.

Game synopsis

In Sixty Second Shooter you'll be given one minute to deal as much destruction as possible. The enemy hordes are relentless, so only the sharpest wits and the fastest reflexes will prevail. Will you press your luck and fly to the deep levels where the truly treacherous foes await? The clock is always ticking in this fast-paced dual-stick shooter.

Thankfully, our intrepid scientists at Happion Laboratories have developed all-new weapons to help you in those sixty seconds of hell. Use missiles to build a large chain bonus or lure your opponents into deadly remote-detonating bombs. With these tools at your disposal, you can develop all kinds of strategies to make that minute last a lifetime!


Sixty Second Shooter Deluxe Review by Steven Williamson

-The Final Word-

A fun, intense and challenging shooter that plays very nicely with Vita's analog sticks.
  • Addictive, challenging gameplay with decent power-ups and weapons
  • The 60 second time limit adds to the excitement
  • Good value for money at priced £2.39 with lots of content to get through and decent replay value
  • The no respawn rule means that it can be very frustrating dying so frequently
  • You can play the original version of this game for free on Chrome
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