Energy Hook: successfully funded Kickstarter project coming to PS4 and Vita in 2014

Thursday, 9th January 2014 20:46 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Happion Laboratories has announced its bringing its successfully funded Kickstarter project Energy Hook to PlayStation 4 and Vita.

The project was successfully funded on June 9 with 1,622 backers pledging $41,535 for Linux, Mac and PC. It’s currently up on Steam Greenlight.

Energy Hook is a “grapple-and-swing-and-run-on-walls” game developed by Jamie Fristrom, creator of Spider-Man 2.

The game will land on Sony’s consoles “before any others,” sometime during 2014.



  1. Tormenter

    Wow .. Peope actually funded a game that will be on a proprietary platform, this is as bad as funding movies for Hollywood.

    These people need to have their wallets surgically extracted.

    #1 12 months ago
  2. melonbuster1

    More crappy games.. where are the Damn games for this ps4

    #2 12 months ago
  3. yeoung


    I don’t see how this is a bad thing? You’d be funding Happion Labs, not Sony. How is funding a game being developed for pc/linux any different than a game being developed for console(s)?

    #3 12 months ago
  4. TheWulf


    I think it’s just the notion of promoting exclusivity, which is very common on closed platforms, and #1 did a poor job of expressing this.

    Please do note how it’ll be landing on Sony platforms ***BEFORE*** any others, and this is stressed because Sony stressed it. Sony and Microsoft like holding exclusivity over the heads of each other and over other platforms. This never actually happens with open platforms, for hopefully obvious reasons.

    #4 12 months ago

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