Platformer Iconoclasts Releases Next Month on PS4 and Vita

We’ll be seeing this beautiful 2D plaformer on out big screen TVs and handhelds soon! Action platformer Iconoclasts releases January 23 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Take control of Robin, a mechanic who help the townspeople around her by fixing their machinery, but that doesn’t go over too well with the religious bodies in power.

Here is the latest trailer for Iconoclasts:

Developers Bifrost Entertainment also talk more about their title on the PlayStation.Blog. Here are a few snippets:

Iconoclasts is the journey of young main character Robin, in her world of strict control and people who she wants to help, but also those who see her as malleable. It’s a story of trusting who you want to be, but how hard it can be to let that happen.

Use your wrench to activate machines, smack enemies on the head or even turn their attacks back at them. But you also have a trusty (if illegal and powerfully modified) stun-gun to take out monsters, machines or even people who look at you wrong.

This game is an open-ended action platformer first and foremost, but with a big slant toward a character-driven narrative. I have always been a big lover of colourful people, who you can sense have good intent in their hearts, but struggle to express it. It’s been a style of game I have wanted to create since I started game development, and now I’m finally realising it with Iconoclasts.

Iconoclasts releases January 23 on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

[Source: PlayStation.Blog]

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