Cohort Studios have just announced the release of Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar! The minis game has finally found its way onto both the North American and European PlayStation Store and is now available on both PlayStation 3 and PSP.
Developed by Cohort Studios, Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar! is a single player arcade style action game where the player takes control of a Monster during their rites of passage to become a Monstar Guardian. The game takes place in a world formed from people’s dreams and imagination; where farts are deadly weapons and Fear is your enemy. As a monster embarking upon their rites of passage to become a MONSTAR; feed on Dreams, beat the opposition and grow in power to do battle with the invading Fears and Nightmares!
Darran Thomas, Creative Director of Cohort said:
“Humorous arcade action is what Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar! is all about. When developing this game we really looked to push minis as a platform, both in terms of creating a fun and quality experience, but also making the experience as good on PS3™ as it is on PSP™. We’re really happy with the results, and it was great taking a concept we’ve been playing around with for a while, and putting it out there ourselves with a small team who have complete creative control. We hope people have as much fun playing it as we’ve had making it!”.
Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar! is currently available exclusively for PlayStation Plus members only. However, it will be available for general release later in July!
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