In Space We Brawl Blasts Off on PS3 and PS4

Independent developer Forge Reply, announced that In Space We Brawl, is now live on the Sony PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 store in North America. In Space We Brawl features intergalactic battlegrounds where players choose from 11 spaceships and 11 weapon attachments to unleash true cosmic mayhem.  Combining the best of classic arcade “beat ‘em up’s” with the competitive nature of a local multiplayer twin stick shooter, In Space We Brawl is truly a unique and exciting gameplay experience.

“We couldn’t be happier to launch In Space We Brawl and share it with players,” said Alessandro Mazzega, head of PR and Marketing for Forge Reply. “Today is a culmination of all the hard work we’ve put into the game and we hope players have as much fun playing the game as we’ve had developing it. We look forward to seeing player reaction and the excitement that comes out of playing In Space We Brawl.”


In Space We Brawl features a local multiplayer setting with the gameplay mechanics of a fast paced space shooter. Players can select a ship and a weapon choosing among 100+ different combinations, looking for the best mix for their combat style. When battling in one of the eight different locations, they will also face environmental space hazards such as solar winds, black holes and alien nests that they must carefully navigate or use to their advantage when fighting against other players.

In Space We Brawl is now available on the PlayStation Store, for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on in North America, Europe and Australia, priced at $11.99. PlayStation Plus subscribers will be given 20% off for the first week of sale.

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