Developers Boss Baddie and Ripstone have teamed up to launch the Really Big Sky follow-up Big Sky: Infinity for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita this week.

Big Sky: Infinity is a survival-based, horizontally scrolling twin-stick shooter in which players must destroy randomly generated waves of enemies and drill through any asteroids and planets that get in their way. The game includes a great number of gameplay modes, most of which are made surprisingly difficult by screen-filling bullet patterns and disorienting video effects. It's quite a challenge, and I'm looking forward to playing more of it!

Big Sky: Infinity is priced at $9.99, and both the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions (which boast their own unique features) are included with purchase.

(Friendly advice: go to the options menu and disable the game's narration as soon as humanly possible, unless you enjoy hearing Internet memes screeched at double the game's normal volume.)