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Rogue Legacy For PlayStation is Available!!!

Monday, July 28th, 2014

It’s official folks!  Rogue Legacy is now available (tomorrow in Europe) on all of Sony’s current generation platforms!  That means you can get all the Rogue Legacy goodness you need on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.  Best of all, it’s all available for one single price, as the game showcases full cross-buy and cross-save support.

For those curious to know how the PS versions differ from the PC, we’ve outlined the changes below:

  • Full cross-save and cross-buy support.  Buy once, play anywhere!
  • Unique functionality on specific hardware.  Uses the Vita touchscreen, and DualShock 4 touchpad and lightbar.
  • All the extra content (extra rooms, bosses, traits and a class) along with a few new traits.
  • PS4 Activity Feed. Keep global track of deaths, kills, gold earned, and a whole lot more!
  • Overall balance tweaks for better playability.
  • Complete achievement list with a Platinum trophy.

Click here to get it!

Rogue Legacy Releases on PSN July 29th

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

BYOOOOOOONG!

Rogue Legacy, the genealogical Rogue-lite is finally making its way to ALL current PlayStation systems on July 29th in North America and July 30th in Europe!

JULY… 29th! That’s real soon!

Buy 1 copy, and you’ll get it on all 3 platforms! PS4, PS3, and PS Vita!

Fully cross-save enabled too! So you can play at home on your sweet PS4. Then take your play session over to old grandma’s house, where you can keep playing on her gen 1 PS3. Read more about it on the PS Blog here, and check out the launch trailer below!

It’s finally coming. Believe it!

Happy New Year – New Project Unveiled

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

We’d like to wish a happy New Year to everyone who still visits the site (and to those who don’t)!  We don’t blame you if your faith in us has wavered, since we’ve been missing for so long.

To (somewhat) make it up to you, we’re starting off the new year with the announcement of our new game!  Unfortunately we can’t release all information on it, but we can let loose some details along with some screenshots.  It’s a little rough around the edges because it is still heavily a work in progress, but we hope it’s enough to see why we’re so excited for it.

Now for some details:

  • 2D action platformer with a pixel-art look and feel.
  • Semi-rogue-like gameplay. Your performance has direct consequences on your hero.
  • ‘Lineages’ where traits from previous heroes are passed down to your successor.
  • Procedurally generated castles full of secrets and surprises.
  • Release date: 2013

That’s all we can say for now.  We will try to be more diligent with information, in the very least getting it on our website so that our fans stay up to date.  In the meantime, we have some (pre-alpha) screenshots to share with you.

We wish everyone the best for 2013, and we hope you look forward to the game as much as we do.

Click below to view some screens.

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Mutant Blobs Invade Steam

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Projects_MBA-300x238Wow, it’s been quite a while since our last post.  You can hold off the eulogies though, we’re still alive and well, and believe it or not we’ve been hard at work for the last 8 months.  Oddly enough, our first news post after being MIA for so long isn’t even about us.  Instead, we want to take this opportunity to let you know a great indie game from our friends at DrinkBox Studios is hitting Steam.

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack! comes out today, and it’s totally worth checking out.  You can find it at the link to the Steam store below:

http://store.steampowered.com/app/206370/

As for what’s going on behind the Cellar Door?  All we can say is sit tight and stay tuned.  Our next project is a big one, and the details will be coming in the next month or two.

Full Disclosure: We’d like to mention that the Game Designer on our team also worked on much of the design to Mutant Blobs Attack.  Does that make us biased?  Perhaps.  Does it make us exploitative?  Absolutely.  But don’t take our word for it, check out the Metacritic score for the PS Vita version.