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During a flurry of minor PlayStation E3 announcements, a sudden, radical trailer promised PS4 owners the rush of “burning in hell,” before segueing to reveal that Undertale, the rightly beloved cult darling of 2015, is coming to PS4 and Vita.
In addition to a digital release, the Mettaton-produced infomercial promises both a basic physical release of the game with a 24-page booklet, and a “Collector’s Edition” which includes a heart-shaped music box locket. No word on when these will be available, or their price, but they’ll apparently go up for pre-order on Fangamer soon.
Although a minor announcement for some, Undertale quickly became a favorite for several Video Game Choo Choo staffers. The game’s release on console has been long-awaited, and the juicy physical editions only sweeten the deal for an incredible experience which some might say is one of the best games of 2015.
Check out the appropriately absurd trailer below:
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