In case you missed its initial PC and Mac release on Steam, Undertale is currently one of the best games in the world (that is, until creator Toby Fox stops riding its success and makes something new).
It has everything: cute dogs, talking flowers, even a fully-clothed skeleton that loves making spaghetti. With writing that is humorous, heartfelt, and self-conscious, the title found its way into the hearts of players with even the crappiest computers.Its port to the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita hasn't changed the art style or soundtrack one bit. Undertale still uses pixelated sprites and plays an 8-bit soundtrack that is as addictive as candy is to a diabetic.
What it does have is a new area called the Dog Shine, which houses the in-game dog equivalent of the game's creator, Toby Fox. Located at the back of Sans and Papyrus' kitchen, this location lets you waste a good amount of money and time in order to receive a good portion of the game's trophies.
Speaking of trophies, the ones found in these versions of the game are chockful of stupid requirements and titles. Things you would normally do to finish a video game, like picking up a set number of items or entering a new level, translate as high as a silver trophy. Unlocking all of these poorly-named awards entitles you to a shiny coated dog on your platinum trophy.Undertale can be bought on the PlayStation Store for USD 14.99 and can be played on both the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, just as the title on the article says.