Fractured Soul, the delightfully difficult 3DS action game, will soon be available on single screens. Developer Endgame Studios has submitted a PC, Mac, and Linux version to Steam Greenlight, with additions like an optional easy mode, more advanced timers for speedrunning, and video export.
Lacking two discrete screens, Fractured Soul's Steam version uses an unusually skewed splitscreen. It's an interesting effect visible in the above trailer.
Fractured Soul takes the classic platform game to the next level with innovative duality gameplay. Players must deftly shift between two parallel dimensions as they blast their way through action-packed levels.
Fractured Soul on the Nintendo 3DS™ has received over 50 reviews from around the world scoring the game 80% or higher.
The Steam version of Fractured Soul promises new features including an easy mode as well as features designed to enhance the speedrunning aspect of the game.
"Since releasing Fractured Soul on the Nintendo eShop a few months ago, one of the big requests from fans has been to put the game onto the TV," commented Endgame's co-founder, Grant Davies. "Steam is a great fit for that."
Fractured Soul will be playable at PAX East (kiosk #193) and GDC (GDC Play kiosk K73) later this month.
Fractured Soul is currently available for 3DS on the Nintendo eShop for USD $11.99 / EUR 7.99 / AUD $9.99.
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