Save Me Mr. Tako: Definitive Edition getting PlayStation ports

Save Me Mr. Tako: Definitive Edition

Publisher Limited Run Games and developer Cristophe Galati have announced PlayStation ports for Save Me Mr. Tako: Definitive Edition.

Save Me Mr. Tako: Definitive Edition is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on May 3rd. The game is now available to wishlist over on the PlayStation Store.

The Game Boy-ish platformer was previously released for Windows PC (via Steam) and Nintendo Switch (via the eShop).

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Dive into a great adventure in the Game Boy era!

In a world where humans and octopuses are at war, Tako is a pacifist little octopus who rescues a woman from drowning one stormy night. A fairy sees this act of bravery and grants him the ability to survive on land. As he travels across the world, Tako defies his family and his people to try to resolve conflicts between Humans and Octopuses, plunging him into the very roots of this dysfunctional world.

Tako will solve puzzles, turn enemies into platforms by spitting ink at them, explore mysterious dungeons and fight tenacious bosses on his mission to end the war between the undersea Octopus kingdom and the terrestrial Human realm. Will you help this brave octopus to spread his message of tolerance and teach both species to coexist in peace and unity?


  • 6 worlds and more than 50 levels to explore
  • 50 different hats that Tako can wear to gain special abilities
  • Extensive character dialogue with many unique and memorable NPCs
  • Side quests, puzzles, mini-games and 16 different dungeons to explore
  • Multiple selectable palettes to change the game’s color scheme

Definitive Edition:

  • New difficulty modes and rebalancing of the original game
  • Hint System, Auto palette option and more quality of life improvements
  • Sound system to listen to the soundtrack composed by Marc-Antoine Archier
  • New border images and additional content
, , ,


Owner and Publisher at Niche Gamer and Nicchiban. Outlaw fighting for a better game industry.

Where'd our comments go? Subscribe to become a member to get commenting access and true free speech!