October 2, 2023
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Red Art Games Announces Limited Physical Edition of FANTAVISION 202X for PlayStation 5 in North America and Europe

Great news for fans of retro games! Red Art Games has announced the launch of a limited physical edition of FANTAVISION 202X for PlayStation 5 in North America and Europe, scheduled for late Q3 2023 or early Q4 2023.

In North America, only 2,000 copies of the ESRB-rated Standard Edition of FANTAVISION 202X will be produced and available for $29.99 exclusively through Video Games Plus. For its part, in Europe, 2,000 copies of the PEGI-rated Deluxe Edition of FANTAVISION 202X will also be produced, which can be purchased exclusively through the Red Art Games online store. This edition will include the game, a slider box, a reversible PlayStation 2-inspired sleeve, and a double-sided poster (with one side inspired by the Japanese PlayStation 2 manual).

FANTAVISION 202X is available now digitally for PlayStation 5 with PlayStation VR2 support and on PC via Steam worldwide. Developed by Cosmo Machia, this game is the long-awaited follow-up to FANTAVISION, one of the first titles released for PlayStation 2 in 2000. It is a unique puzzle game that revolves around setting off fireworks.

Immerse yourself in the immersive and addictive fireworks experience as you create dazzling explosions of color and light in the night sky. To achieve this, you’ll need to capture groups of at least three fireworks of the same type and then launch them to create beautiful shows in glorious 4K resolution.

If you are a fan of classic games and you love visual and mental challenges, you cannot miss this opportunity to get the physical edition of FANTAVISION 202X for PlayStation 5. Prepare to be immersed in a world full of explosions of colors and light that will surprise you. They will captivate and challenge your strategic skills. Don’t let this limited edition slip away!

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