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<p>One-man Japanese developer Throw the Warped Code Out announced that it's hoping to bring its 32-bit survival horror game Back in 1995 to PS Vita this winter.</p><p>The game was shown off over the weekend at Tokyo Indie Fest as you can see in this Twitch stream (starting at 01:09:00).</p><p>In that stream, creator Takaaki Ichijo says his original plan was to launch Back in 1995 through the PlayStation Mobile system.</p><p>But as that service is being shut down on July 15th, he has been in talks with Sony to bring Back in 1995 to PSN for PS4 and PS Vita. He's currently in hopes of getting a publisher.</p><p>Back in 1995 is made to resemble an old survival horror game from the '90s, such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill, and Alone in the Dark.</p><p>You play a guy who finds a message that instructs him to meet someone in a distant tower. On the way there, the game's mysteries unfold.</p><p>The main gameplay shown in the demo has the main character using a pipe wrench to defeat monsters. He can only take a few bites before being defeated so avoidance is recommended.</p><p>There are also documents to find that point to hidden keys that unlock doors to progress.</p><p>It has jaggies, low-poly graphics, broken English, and tank controls. So, yeah, it's very similar to the Japanese games on the PSOne and Sega Saturn, translation errors and all.</p><p>You can find out more about Back in 1995 on its website.</p>.