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We live in a world of retro throwbacks and reimaginings, but none have been more successful than the platformer revivals. Games like Mercenary Kings, Volgarr the Viking, Mega Man 9, and Super Meat Boy have captured the hearts of gamers worldwide. However, none of these have had quite the nostalgic appeal and same technical mastery as Shovel Knight. Yacht Club Games designed a nearly perfect replica of classic 8-bit games, taking inspiration from Mega Man, Ducktales, Castlevania, and several others. Shovel Knight encapsulates all there is to love about the classic 8-bit and 16-bit era with very little of the frustration.
You will be able to play the beautiful 2D platformer from Moon Studios, Ori and the Blind Forest, on March 11, 2015. The game will release as a downloadable title on Xbox One and PC, but a Xbox 360 version is in the works. The Xbox 360 version does not have a release date, but is scheduled to launch in 2015.
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