Originally released back in 2008 as an Xbox Live Arcade for the Xbox 360, it later saw a release on both the PlayStation 3 in 2010 and PC in 2012. It runs at 60 frames per second and features textures that are "five times" the resolution of those found in the original game. All previous DLC for Castle Crashers as well as a brand-new mini-game known as Back Off Barbarian will be included in this version. For instance, dual screens requiring user interface and design reworks. At 60FPS, Castle Crashers Remastered delivers hi-res visuals like nothing you've ever seen before. The Nintendo Switch - which feels especially tailor-made for a quirky, visually unorthodox multiplayer brawler - and PlayStation 4 owners out there are surely in for a treat, whether it be first-time players or the most seasoned castle-crashing veterans.
Why not a sequel, you say?
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Better late than never, we suppose. The developer might make it someday "but it would have to hit all the right points at the right times".
Have you played Castle Crashers?
Well, aside from it being one of the most requested things we get asked there's some less obvious reasons. This confirms rumors we have been hearing for a little while now and it will be exciting to be able to relive the 2D beat-em-up action once more. More PAX East 2019 booth details to come later this week too.