ollie ollie ps vita
The guys over at Roll7 have confirmed that they have finished development for the upcoming Skateboard game OllieOllie on the PS Vita. In celebration of such a feat they have released a new “Radical” trailer showing off what you can expect. Look for OllieOllie in North and South America on January 21st and Europe and Asia on January 22nd. The game will feature four game modes including:

  • Career Mode: 50 levels split between Amateur and Pro, which demand more accuracy and timing as you progress in order to reach the adoring crowd at the end of each run. Each level has five challenges including Combo and Score attacks, and is linked to its own global leaderboard.
  • Spots Mode: Every time you get to the end of a Level you unlock the corresponding Spot. Spots are also individually linked to their own online leaderboards, the difference being they require you to perform one stupendously large styled combo to reach the end! It’s going to be a case of working out the best possible combination of tricks and grinds that you can fit into the spot’s limited obstacles in order to get the best score.
  • Daily Grind: This mode really heightens the element of competition combined with massive risk. Each day everyone in the world gets the same spot to pull an amazing combo on. You can practice that Spot as many times as you like, but you only get ONE GO to set your score. Slam on your face, or mess up the landing and there’s no second chances! So you better make sure you’re fully focused before playing it for real!
  • RAD Mode: RAD mode alludes to the initial concept demo and only allows Perfect Landings and Perfect Grinds. For the hard core pixel skaters out there, this is the ultimate challenge. They haven’t said exactly how to unlock this game mode,  but let’s just say you’re going to have to prove you know what you’re doing.

Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.

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