Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity coming to PSP
Game of CGI cartoon featuring boarding school students and supercomputers
The Game Factory has announced it's bringing a PSP game based on the French animated TV series Code Lyoko to US gamers. A game has already been released for DS but this'll be the first for the PSP.
If you've never seen it, the cartoon series stars a group of five boarding school students – Aelita, Jeremie, Odd, Ulrich and Yumi – who end up inside a supercomputer they find in an abandoned factory. In it they fight an evil digital entity called X.A.N.A. The series ran for four seasons on TV and this game is based around a new story linked to the events in its fourth and final season.
So the game's 43 levels are packed with action across various areas, including the Ice, Mountain and Volcano Sectors. You should also expect space shooting levels and boss fights.
Described as an action adventure, the game features fights with all sorts of creatures and puzzles standing between the lead characters and hunting down X.A.N.A. As well as exploring the digital sea and fighting enemies aboard the Skid, you can use the Lyoko Warrior's new vehicle, created by Jeremy.
Exclusive to the PSP version of the game is a new wireless trading system.
Unfortunately there aren't any screenshots of the game available yet – instead developer Neko Entertainment has released some concept art from the game. But as it's scheduled for release in North America in June (a European release is currently not on the cards), we should have more on it as that date gets closer.