You may remember Reed. After all, it was only a few years ago that we saw the original Xbox Edition rock up onto Xbox 360 pushing out a super cheap price and allowing us the chance to play around with old supercomputers. But that was then and this is now, and now we see the launch of Reed Remastered on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch.
Available today on Xbox One, PS4 and PS Vita, with the usual Nintendo Switch launch happening in just a couple of days (14th Feb), Reed Remastered takes what was great about the original game, sees Ratalaika Games (Football Game and Foxyland fame) ply their porting skills, and drops a whole new world to gamers.
Running with another cheap price – albeit not one of the original £2.49 – Reed Remastered will set you back just £4.99 on Xbox One – with a launch discount dropping that further – before throwing you into a virtual world. It is here where you take charge of Reed, a creature created by an old supercomputer, before attempting to collecting cubes of information and save the entire world.
A platforming adventure at heart, Reed Remastered will feature 50 levels full of unique traps, along with some beautifully pixelled art and a cool ambient backing track. The question is, do you have what it takes to help Reed save the world?
If you think you do then heading to the usual digital stores should be the next thing on your agenda. Us Xbox One gamers will find the Xbox Store providing full access, whilst those on PS4 or PS Vita should work their way to the PlayStation Store. Finally, come the 14th Feb, Nintendo Switch gamers can get in on the action by hitting up the Nintendo eShop.
If you wish to know more about how Reed Remastered plays out on Xbox One then keep a beady eye out for our full review. It’s coming real soon.
Long ago in a beautiful and mysterious world an old supercomputer created the digital world that is now breaking down. In a final effort to stop the impending end of the virtual space, a small creature named Reed was created to save the world. Help Reed collect information cubes in order to recalibrate the world and reboot the system. Avoid enemies and traps along the way to successfully move onto the next world! The virtual world now depends entirely on you and your platforming skills!