Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash has got a new trailer that shows the pint-sized robot actually being quite vicious.In fact, the way he uses his plug as a whip reminds me of the chainwhip in the Castlevania series. It'd be a fitting inspiration for the game (if it is one) considering that this is a side-scrolling action-platformer.You'll also see Chibi-Robo dressed up as Mario for a couple of seconds in the trailer. The game will be compatible with amiibo so, presumably, this Mario costume is what happens when you connect a Mario amiibo - no promises, though.You'll also see the robot using that plug like a grappling hook to swing across gaps. Throughout the game you'll get upgrades for that plug so it can reach further and bag you more collectibles.Watch the trailer below.XMPT Games has teamed up with Mastertronic to bring DiscStorm to PS Vita this year.It's an arena shooter that plays like dodgeball (sorta), except there are no balls, only deadly flying discs.As you fling these discs at zombies and other enemies, they richochet around the arena, which means you'll need twitchy reactions to survive.There are boss fights to beat, including giant eyeballs and occult priests. There are also costumes to unlock and achievements to earn.As well as a single player mode, there's an online versus multiplayer so that you can satisfy any need to throw things at friends you might have.
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