In a recent interview with VG24/7, Lucas Pope, the creator of the critically-acclaimed Papers, Please, announced that he is considering bringing the game to the PlayStation Vita.
Pope, a self-proclaimed “control freak,” says that he just can’t decide yet on whether he wants to handle all of the development himself or outsource it to another team. Whatever decision he makes, Pope assured the blog that the primary issues he’d face would be related to adapting the game’s user interface to the Vita. According to Vg24/7, Pope plans on making a “quick, short free game” in the meantime, and then bringing Papers, Please to the iPad.
Papers, Please is currently available through the Steam store for $9.99.
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