Cartoon Network game Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom has been announced for Playstation TV. Publisher Little Orbit stipulates the addition in a press release, which doesn’t mention the PS Vita handheld that’s normally tied to the micro-console.
The announcement is focused on the console variant, because it’s due for launch in Europe on November 14, 2014. As Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom releases on November 18, it will be one of the first titles used to promote Playstation TV.
Still, it’s weird for the press blurb to fully sidestep the PS Vita, not to mention it’s confusing to consumers that might want to pick up the game for the handheld.
Thankfully, Little Orbit’s public relations company Clever Communications was able to confirm the additional release for us. Spokesperson Mike Kelly mentioned:
The game will be playable on PS Vita. We have confirmed that with the development team.
There; a little clarity can do wonders. You’ll be able to pick up the game for your handheld as well.
Additionally, Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom will launch for the Nintendo 3DS. Consoles get it too, with a Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 version, as well as one for PC.
Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom is in the hands of developer WayForward, which is not their first time with the license. In fact, the company has handled tons of licenses in their day, such as the DuckTales remaster.
Fans of old Zelda games, in particular A Link to the Past, will immediately feel connected to the top-down style of Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom. It has similar dungeons, forest overworlds and even picking up items by holding them aloft has a Zelda flair.