Ray's the Dead is Shambling its Way Onto the PS Vita

By Andrew Matt

September 3, 2014

Good news PlayStation Vita fans. the quirky, 80s inspired zombie game Ray’s the Dead is making its way to your portable system of choice in the near future.

Ray’s the Dead is currently in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign, its $30,000 funding goal being quickly hit with 18 days still left for funding. As the developer is going through stretch goals, they have decided to add Cross-Buy functionality for PlayStation 4 owners to enjoy the game on both their console and handheld system.

“We’re very excited to bring Ray’s the Dead to the PS Vita,” said Chris Cobb, Co-founder of Ragtag Studio, in an official statement. “It’s been nothing short of amazing to see the support we’ve gotten for our beloved undead hero, and we’re hoping to see more fans rally to help us achieve our Vita and PlayStation TV specific stretch goal with our remaining Kickstarter days.”

The game is an 80s inspired action-adventure game where players take on the role of Ray LaMorte, featuring a dual narrative that tells the tale of Ray’s death and how he became a zombie. Players must discover the secrets behind the mysterious light bulb in Ray’s head as you raise your victims from the grave and create a small zombie army while encountering a satisfying blend of action, tactics, puzzles, stealth and adventure.

Ray’s the Dead is currently being developed by Ragtag Studio for PS4 4, PS Vita, PC, Mac and Linux.

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Andrew Matt

Andrew was enraptured by video games at a young age by series such as Pokémon and The Legend of Zelda. A self-proclaimed recovered Dota 2 addict, you can find him enjoying the best games that the PC has to offer. Outside of writing about video games, Andrew enjoys binging Netflix, reading a good book and throwing money at anything and everything Star Wars related. He probably finds your lack of faith disturbing.

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