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Rogue Legacy Hitting PlayStation Platforms Later This Month

Posted on Wednesday, July 9 @ 14:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn

Rogue Legacy
, the hit indie title that won over retro-minded PC gamers last year, is coming to PlayStation 3, PS4, and PS Vita on July 29th, developer Cellar Door Games' has announced.

Thanks to the total awesomeness that is cross-buy, gamers won't have to toil over which version to purchase either, as picking up the game for any one of these Sony-branded gaming devices will grant you access to Rogue Legacy on the other two as well.

Not only that but the game will feature cross-save support, plus come packed with all of the content from the PC version, including all of the wonderful bonus goodies that arrived post-launch. If that weren't enough, the Vita version has its own customized control scheme too! 

So yeah, if you're a PlayStation owner and have any love for the classic 2D action genre, you may want to consider picking this one up during 2014's slow summer drought.

[PlayStation Blog]
Tags:   ps3, ps4, indie, PS Vita

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