The trailer for, Demetrios was released on the official Playstation YouTube on October the 28th, and although we’ve only just found out about this, it’s still worth mentioning. The original game was released on PC, Mac, and Linux back in May this year and is developed by Cowcat, but the PS Vita edition is on its way.
It’s a point-and-click adventure game that features hand drawn visuals in full HD. The trailer shows gameplay footage of Demetrios in action on the PS Vita, and it looks really, high quality. Similar to the original, the game still sports over 15,000 lines of dialogue, mini-games available throughout the story, and characters react to your actions.
The story follows, Bjorn Thonen, an antique dealer living in Paris who gets robbed one night while he stumbles home drunk. It’s up to him, and his neighbour, Sandra, to recover his items, but along the way they’ll begin to uncover ancient secrets.
The PS Vita version looks like it works very nicely being carried over from the PC. It adds an element of touch controls, and scales up the fonts and interface so that it fits the screen nicely. It takes up only 200MB of space, and features trophies, and a platinum, and it can also be linked up to Playstation TV.
You can watch the trailer for it below, and let us know what you think about it in the comments here.