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Rogue Legacy Released on Xbox One

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

The time has come to finally announce that Rogue Legacy is out for the Xbox One!

That’s right, everyone’s favourite genealogical cannon fodder simulator has been released for Microsoft’s latest console, so Xbox fans too can taste the pain of losing their loved ones hundreds of times! We hope that this version maintains our original vision and that Xbox owners new to the game have a blast playing it. If you’re on the fence whether to try it, check out our snazzy new trailer below:

Currently this is the last major platform we’re planning to release the game on, which means we can finally kick back, relax, and spend 18 hours a day fully focused on working on our next project. Look forward to updates in the upcoming months!

Rogue Legacy Coming to Xbox One May 27

Tuesday, May 5th, 2015

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Hey-o yoyo,

So Rogue Legacy is finally making its way to the Xbox One, and we’re super excited to be bringing it to you guys! It’s been a long time coming, but we did our best to ensure the experience was as faithful to the original as possible. We worked closely with Abstraction Games and now we’re finally able to extend our legacy to fans on the Xbox One. The game will be available on Microsoft’s console on May 27, 2015, and we hope Xbox fans who have yet to try the game get a kick out of it. We’ve got an official post on the ID@Xbox blog if you want to check it out!

DISCLAIMER: I copied the first sentence of this post straight from the blog.

ID@Xbox Blog Post

Rogue Legacy Indie Box

Friday, December 5th, 2014

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Hey all,

We’ve got some super exciting Rogue Legacy news. While getting the game to people digitally has been an incredible experience, we’ve always wanted something physical to mark that milestone. So to make that dream a reality, we’ve teamed up with IndieBox to create a limited edition boxed version of the game! Along with obtaining a copy for Windows, Mac, and Linux on a USB key, it comes with a CD soundtrack, a full-colour instruction manual, plus a slew of extra goodies (but we don’t want to spoil it all).  It’s in very limited quantities, so if this tickles your fancy (like it tickles ours) be sure to act fast!  Check it out below:

Rogue Legacy IndieBox

The Legacy is a Year Old!

Friday, June 27th, 2014

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It’s been an unbelievable adventure since Rogue Legacy launched exactly one year before today.  To commemorate the event, we wanted to leave individual messages to our fans:



Kenny’s Post:

I just wanted to take the time to thank everyone for their support.  Not just letting us know you like our game, but being so patient with us and tolerating our growing pains as we fumbled through the first year.  We made our fair share of mistakes, but the unconditional love will ensure we do even better the next time (and there will be a next time!).

The experience has been entirely humbling, starting as a small team of nobodies to having fans from all around the world.  And the most exciting thing is that we’re not even done yet!  The PlayStation 3/4 and Vita versions are just around the corner, which we’ll be giving a firm release date to in the next two weeks.  It’s been in development for a while, but we’ve been working hard to ensure it is as genuine an experience as possible.  It’s closer than you think.

We can’t wait to see what happens for the next year, and we hope you’ll be there with us!



Teddy’s Post:

Hey everybody!

Man.  It feels like forever since we’ve released Rogue Legacy, but a lot has happened!

  1. We released Rogue Legacy.
  2. We announced the 1 year anniversary of Rogue Legacy.
  3. That’s it.