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Abstract Japanese shoot ’em up Prismatic Solid comes to PS4 this month


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Hi there PlayStation Blog. Nayan from

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here to talk to you about our next release. Some worlds can’t simply be described. They must be experienced. They defy words, and it’s probably better that way.

You’re not going to be able to fully describe what you experience when you play Prismatic Solid for the first time, but at least you will be able to tell your friends what it’s all about. Developed by Japanese indie creator YO1 KOMORI, Prismatic Solid is a classic Japanese styled vertical shoot ’em up set in an abstract world of shapes and lights reminiscent of modern art.

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By defeating enemies and swallowing the power-ups they drop, you can extend the tentacles on the glowing partners that circle you. These tentacles will suck up bullets and prevent you from taking damage from enemies, so it’s always worth keeping them well-fed.

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In addition, you always have access to six different firing modes for any situation that comes your way. No matter what happens, you’ll have the tools. You’ll be ready.

Battle through multiple levels and face off against incredible bosses. You never know what you’re in for next!

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Prismatic Solid is hitting the PlayStation 4 exclusively on 29th September. If you can’t believe your eyes now, just wait until you get your hands on it.

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