Caveblazers physical Edition Coming Soon
The Caveblazers physical edition will be created by Super Rare Games. Super Rare Games is living up to their name and only creating 4,000 copies for the Nintendo Switch. Caveblazers will go on sale on December 9th at 6 pm GMT (10 am PT/1 pm ET).
You can order the game here.
Along with the game, players will get a few extra goodies with the physical edition. This release includes all the current content on its cart, a full-color manual, interior artwork, an exclusive sticker, and trading cards.
As for the game itself, Caveblazers is a challenging and brutal roguelike platformer. Journey into a mysterious cave, fighting orcs and goblins with an abundance of weapons and magical items. It is a traditional rouge-lite platformer that has plenty to offer to fans of the genre.
- Platformer roguelike! -Caveblazers is a modern platformer that incorporates some roguelike and RPG elements such as permanent death, randomized potion identities, an inventory system, and tons of items and upgrades!
- Smart characters! – An advanced pathfinding system means friendly characters will be able to follow you wherever you go, and hostile characters will be able to track you down wherever you hide. There is no escape. Be afraid!
- Compelling combat! – Caveblazers moves away from the simplistic combat systems seen in other games in the genre and incorporates fun, fluid, fast-paced combat, which is accentuated by the game’s brutal and persistent blood effects. Can you overcome each area’s epic boss battle?
- Character customization! – A whole load of unlockable hats, tunics, trousers, robes, and more are at your disposal! Or perhaps you fancy stripping off and heading into the caves in the nude? Go for it!
- Tough challenges! – Caveblazers features a bunch of challenges for the well-seasoned players to take a punt at. These challenges reward players with new items, weapons & perks!
As I’ve said before, I just don’t care for this limited supply of physical editions. In other words, I want everyone to have a chance to own these games. I’m assuming cost is a limiting factor, especially for these smaller games. However, it is still a shame.
Source: Press Release