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PlayStation Debuts First-Ever Vietnamese-Developed Video Game

Video game fans can now try out the first-ever PlayStation game ever developed by a Vietnamese company.

On February 14, Toy Odyssey: The Lost and the Found for PlayStation 4 was released by Hanoi-based Hiker GamesVnExpress reports. Vu Phuong, the game's project leader, told the news source: "We believe the launch of the game will promote Vietnam's gaming industry to international players." 

The news source also explains that Toy Odyssey is an action-adventure game where players explore a randomly generated house, battling "bad guys" in each of its rooms before reaching a final boss.

Last September, the game was released on Microsoft's Xbox Market and Steam, a multiplayer game platform, and has been positively received by international gamers, according to VnExpress.

Toy Odyssey can be purchased for US$14.99 (VND342,000) in the PlayStation store and US$13.49 (VND307,700) on other platforms.

[Photo via YouTube user Sonny & Finn Play]


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