Orgarhythm is heading to the west

By Nick Akerman, Tuesday, 14 August 2012 10:01 GMT

XSEED’s strange rhythm-strategy PS Vita game is set to be released outside of Japan.

Jessica Chavez, senior editor at the publisher, has taken to the US PlayStation Blog to reveal a few details for an audience that might not be sure on the game.

At its heart, Orgarhythm is a battle between two brothers: one who represents creation, the other destruction. You combat evil forces as the former, known as The God of Light.

Needless to say, your best weapon is dance. By challenging your rival to a body-popping contest, balance may be restored. Moves are controlled through Vita’s touchscreen, which forces you to tap along with ridiculous techno beats.

No word on a release date yet, or if the game is heading to Europe, but details should be available soon.

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