Colorful drilling action abounds in dual-stick shooter Big Sky Infinity

Next week, developers Boss Baddie and VooFoo Studios and publisher Ripstone will release Big Sky Infinity for both the PS Vita and the PS3 via the PSN. For $10, players will get the chance to blow the hell out of various rocks and objects with shiny, colorful lasers (apparently you are drilling these obstacles, but it looks to me like you are just exploding them into nothingness, which I am ALL ABOUT, anyway). Big Sky Infinity looks to be quite hectic and difficult, like all good shoot-em-ups, and the dual-stick gameplay that made Geometry Wars so popular and easy to learn has been implemented. Levels are also randomly generated and gameplay is changed based on a gamer’s performance, so there will always be a fresh, fun, unique controller-throwing experience for all. For my buddies in Europe, if you are a PlayStation Plus member, the game is available for FREE after it launches (but only for a short time, so get on it quick!). Regardless of if your residence is in America or across the pond, you are eligible for the cross buy deal, meaning if you buy the PS3 version, you get it for free on your Vita, and vice-versa (you can also continue your game between platforms, omigosh!). This is a very cool feature that I hope developers take advantage of more often! Big Sky Infinity launches on 12/11 in the U.S. and 12/12 in the E.U., with both single and multi-player action. Get more deets here and check out the seizure-inducing trailer below.

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