Terraria is basically Minecraft if it was made 20 years ago on the good old NES, though it actually started life off on the trusty PC platform before making the jump to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this week. Even better news is that soon you’ll be able to get your fix of pixels wherever you go as Terraria is being ported to Sony’s mighty-yet-struggling handheld: the PlayStation Vita.
If you really haven’t heard of Terraria, it’s worth your time if your into wasting time doing pointless stuff. It’s some good old-fashioned harmless fun, so if you’ve got some spare Microsoft Points or PlayStation Network cash in your e-wallet, why not invest a little and get a lot of fun. It’s cheap enough and you’ll not regret it.
There’s no solid release date as of yet, but it’s sometime this summer and cross-buy and cross-save features are unknown at this point, but don’t worry, we’ll keep you up to date as and when we find out more. We got your back bro (and ladies, we’re not sexist.)
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