Guacamelee​ Goat Jumps Onto PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One


I’ve got five words for you: Guacamelee​ Super Turbo Championship Edition!

DrinkBox’s Mexican folklore inspired Metroidvania brawler, first released on PS3 and Vita before appearing in a Gold Edition for PC, will be showing off its arsenal of Luchadorian grapples and goat superpowers on all console platforms, including PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, sometime during Q2 2014.

And with a name like Super Turbo Championship Edition you just know there’s more to this release than a straight port job. Here’s a list of features that make this version super turbo charged:

· Expanded Story: An expanded version of the game that includes DLC content from the original

· New Game Areas: Players will ride boats through the Canal of Flowers to save a besieged fishing town, and avoid lava as they climb through the fiery Volcano

· New Boss: Face off against The Trio of Death, a three-headed skeleton that lives in the Volcano, helping the evil Carlos Calaca build his skeleton armies

· New Abilities: Maximize destruction with the powerful new INTENSO combat mode. Plus: Chicken Bombs and Independent Dimension Swapping

· New Enemies: Lethal new elite-class enemies that want to chokeslam luchadores to sleep

· Support for multiple save slots

· Dual currency system that supports permanent item unlocks

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