Publisher Wired Productions recently revealed via Playstation Blog, a little peak at what we can expect from their newest PlayStation game: Tiny Troopers Joint Ops.

Previously on mobile platforms, the Tiny Troopers games were a massive hit with over 11 million units sold on iOS and Android.

This new Joint Ops version of Tiny Troopers is a combination of all the content from the first and second mobile games. Along with a legitimate twin stick control scheme, Cross-Buy, Cross-Play leaderboards, and Cross-Save features between all three platforms.

“An epic bite-sized arcade shooter, Tiny Troopers Joint Ops is filled to the brim with action-packed mini-maps of mayhem! Take control of your Tiny Troopers as you battle evil adversaries from around the world with a multitude of weapons and specialist soldiers. Collect medals, dog tags, Intel and more during the course of each mission. With over seven hours of gun-toting explosive gameplay, Tiny Troopers is miniature warfare on a massive scale!”

You can expect Tiny Troopers Joint Ops to come out on all Playstation platforms this summer!

  • Lester Paredes

    Looks cute. I might play it.

    I know a lot of people are going to hate on it instantly because it’s a mobile game (Whatever that truly means, seeing as how Vita games are inherently ‘mobile’ [for some reason, my mind used the voice of Jim Sterling to say that as I typed it…]), but all that means is that Mobile games are getting better and, if translated properly to your system of choice, can be quite fun.

    • Marcus Blackstock

      Yeah, I don’t mind it cause it means I get to try out all the best mobile games without any sucky touch screen controls.

      • Buckybuckster

        I agree with you and Lester completely. A game’s format of origin isn’t of any concern to me. I only care if it is or isn’t fun to play. The controls of the Vita allow these tablet/phone games to be more accessible and enjoyable.

        The only downside is the most likely higher pricepoint. But giving consideration to the Vita’s lower install numbers, it’s somewhat understandable. As long as it’s released at a proper price, I’ll be picking this one up. None of this $40 Angry Birds BS.

  • nonscpo

    Not my kind of game but glad for anybody who was looking forward to playing it.