Cellar Door Games has announced Rogue Legacy, its superb genealogical rogue-lite platformer, launches on Switch on 6th November.
Rogue Legacy originally released back in 2013, meaning this is another case of an oldie-but-goodie coming to Nintendo's console. And Rogue Legacy really is a good 'un, offering a rogue-inspired jaunt through a deadly, ever-changing castle.
On a fundamental level, Rogue Legacy is a pretty traditional (and wonderfully chunky) exploration-based 2D platformer - albeit one draped around a rogue-lite framework. As such, you've a single life in which to investigate the castle - whose layout changes with every new run-through - and stave off its inhabitants long enough to defeat each boss and win the game.
Quasi roguelike action-platformer Rogue Legacy is coming to Xbox One on 27th May, developer Cellar Door Games has announced.
2D indie platformer Rogue Legacy will finally see a release on Xbox One, developer Cellar Door Games has confirmed.
The news was revealed last via a message on the studio's official Twitter account:
Rogue Legacy features a procedurally-generated castle to explore, Spelunky-like, until you inevitably reach your death. At this point your adventure continues as your character's child - which can mean a change of class or other additional quirk thrown into the mix.
Critically acclaimed platforming action roguelike Rogue Legacy is coming to PS4, PS3 and Vita on 30th July in Europe, developer Cellar Door Games has announced.
North Americans will receive it a day earlier, on a Tuesday, because that's how they roll.
The PlayStation port of last year's PC, Mac and Linux release will feature Cross-Buy and Cross-Save compatibility between all three of Sony's contemporary platforms, so you only need to buy it once to play and migrate your progress between the various platforms.
Platformer roguelike Rogue Legacy is coming to Mac and Linux "very soon," Cellar Door Games has told Joystiq.