Xbox One version of Shiny delayed until October

Brad Stephenson

Shiny on Xbox One

The upcoming video game, Shiny, ­is launching on Steam tomorrow but the Xbox One console version has been delayed until an unspecified day in October. It’s unclear what the cause of the delay is but the game’s developers have stated that, “the Xbox One version needs a few final tweaks before players can jump, fly and swing their way past a bevy of challenging puzzles and levels.”

Shiny has garnered a lot of attention due to the fact that it will contain zero violence. Here’s the official game description: In Shiny you take control of one of the last remaining robots left by mankind on a deserted planet, Kramer 227, and your goal is to save yourself and other robots before the planet crashes into its Sun. A vital part of the gameplay is managing Kramer’s energy and making use of power-ups along the way. Only a properly charged robot can make it to the end and save the remaining mechanical inhabitants of Aurora! In the end, Shiny is about saving lives and has zero killing or violence.

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