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Developer - StudioMDHR Platforms - Xbox One, PC Release - 2016 From their Blog : - Cuphead is a classic run and gun game that centers around 1-on-1 fights (2-on-1 in two player mode). With Cuphead, we aim to evolve the genre by adding new features such as: super arts, infinite lives, a playable world map and hidden secrets. In addition to that, we will have refined controls, additional boss patterns on harder modes and balanced weapons to equip (that you don’t lose!). We plan to release 10-15 bosses per episode and end up with over 30 bosses. If all goes as planned, we will defeat the current “Guinness World Record for Most Boss Battles in a Run and Gun Game”[25 total]). When developing Cuphead we started with the basics - who knows this better than Shigeru Miyamoto. He set the standard for all 2D and 3D platformers and they are still a great formula for gameplay perfection. Knowing this, we’ve spent a lot of time fine tuning small details like hitboxes, screen movement, player control, weapon balancing, and a ton of small details that may go unnoticed by some.
Ducktales Remastered is getting delisted from all digital storefronts (PS3,Steam, Xbox 360, Wii U) on August 8th. After this date, no one will be able to purchase the game digitally any more. If you already have the digital version purchased, you can still play it or re-download it if required. People with BC compatible consoles (Xbox One etc.) can also play the game via BC. Just the ability for new customers to purchase will be removed. All physical versions of the game will still continue to work. The game is currently on a Clearance Sale of 75% off on Steam (224 Rs sale price as opposed to 899 Rs normal price). So if you want to buy the game, you can do so now. Capcom Twitter Post Source: https://www.pcinvasion.com/ducktales-remastered-to-be-delisted-from-digital-storefronts-this-week/ http://www.capcom-unity.com/capkel/blog/2019/08/06/pick-up-ducktales-remastered-on-sale-now-before-it-leaves-digital-storefronts-starting-august-8th