Award-winning indie developer Playrise Digital today confirmed that Table Top Racing for PlayStation Vita has permanently lowered it’s price point to £1.99/€2.49 on the PSN store in UK and EU bringing it into line with the NA price drop which happened last week.
“The 65% price drop down from £4.99, brings TTR Vita in line with the premium mobile versions of the game”, commented Nick Burcombe, CEO of Playrise Digital. “We hope the price drop will help to whet the appetite of gamers before we hit them with our current project, the all new next generation ‘TTR: World Tour’, fast approaching for PS4!”
Table Top Racing has proved a huge favourite on mobile, with over 7 million downloads between the App Store and GooglePlay already. The PS Vita version of the game is even better – with proper acceleration and brake controls, super smooth high detail graphics, more responsive handling, and makes unique use of the rear touch pad. Table Top Racing is best played on PS Vita!
Vita 1.99-2.49 EUROPEAN PLAYRISE TTR

Game features: 

– 4 player online madness, with global ranking boards 

– 8 awesome table top tracks 

– 17 fully upgradable cars 

– 6 cool gameplay modes: Hot-Lap, Speed-Trial, Combat, Pure Race, Pursuit, and Eliminator 

– 9 sneaky power-ups 

– Over 30 special events

The cars are bonkers, the competition fierce and the action relentless. This is powered up micro racing at its best!  

About Playrise Digital Ltd. 

Playrise Digital Ltd, is an independent game development studio based in Liverpool, UK. Founded in 2012 by the co-creator of PlayStation’s blockbuster ‘WipEout’ franchise and former Sony Liverpool game designer, Nick Burcombe, the company develops console-quality games for multiple platforms. The company’s first two games, Table Top Racing, a AAA miniaturised combat-racer, with over 7 million downloads, launched to critical acclaim in 2013 snagging Editors Choice on the App Store and ‘Best of 2013’. The company was voted “Start-up of the Year 2013” by TIGA, the trade body for the UK Games industry, developers and digital publishers.