Malicious Rebirth releasing later this year on Vita

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 7 June 2013 19:29 GMT

Alvion will release Malicious Rebirth on Vita later this year through the PS Store. According to the PS Blog, players can expect new levels, bosses and moves, and “almost twice as much content as its predecessor”. A hands-on demo of the title will be available at E3, at the SCEE booth. The game was confirmed for a North American and European release back in March.

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