The game, which was developed by Brazilian indie developer Behold Studios and funded through Kickstarter, was previously released on PC in 2015. A PlayStation Vita version was also in the works, though that was ultimately canceled.
Inspired by classic Japanese Tokusatsu shows, Chroma Squad puts players in control of a team of former stunt actors who open up their own television studio. You’ll have to assign roles to your actors, outfit them with equipment, and “direct” them through turn-based tactical battles that make up the show’s “episodes.” The game also features skill trees and a branching storyline with three possible endings.
Chroma Squad is available digitally through the PlayStation and Xbox Stores and retails for $15/£12/AU$20.