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Bullet hell shooter Sine Mora was announced for PS Vita earlier this month, and now it’s heading to the PlayStation Network as well. Co-developed between Grasshopper Manufacture and Hungarian studio Digital Reality, the game was originally an Xbox Live exclusive earlier this spring.

Sine Mora isn’t the only game co-developed between Digital Reality and Suda 51’s development house, as the duo is also releasing Black Knight Sword on both PSN and Xbox Live later this year.

That is, unless Microsoft pulls another “Microsoft” and snags up an exclusivity deal at the last minute. Either way, no release date is nailed down in the press release, although time is running out for “soon” if they want to hit 2012.

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Grasshoper Manufacture’s Sine Mora Shooting Its Way To PSN

Bullet hell shooter Sine Mora was announced for PS Vita earlier this month, and now it's heading to the PlayStation Network as well. Co-developed between Grasshopper Manufacture and Hungarian studio Digital Reality, the game was originally an Xbox Live exclusive earlier this spring.

By EGM Staff | 06/21/2012 01:49 PM PT

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Bullet hell shooter Sine Mora was announced for PS Vita earlier this month, and now it’s heading to the PlayStation Network as well. Co-developed between Grasshopper Manufacture and Hungarian studio Digital Reality, the game was originally an Xbox Live exclusive earlier this spring.

Sine Mora isn’t the only game co-developed between Digital Reality and Suda 51’s development house, as the duo is also releasing Black Knight Sword on both PSN and Xbox Live later this year.

That is, unless Microsoft pulls another “Microsoft” and snags up an exclusivity deal at the last minute. Either way, no release date is nailed down in the press release, although time is running out for “soon” if they want to hit 2012.

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