Mike has been spending a lot of time with Castle Crashers Remastered, and he's here to tell you why you should to.
I played the crap out of this game when it first came out. So cool that it was free. Can't wait to play it again.
This game is so good. Don't think I'll ever unlock all the characters.
Amazing that it's free for those who got the 360 version, but if you didn't this is SO worth it
And at $15 its a steal.
True. I'm so glad I was able to get the remastered version for free. Loved the game on the XBox 360. Just started playing it on the XB1. It's a must have game to me.
I could definitely go for playing this again, playing this is college usually ended in a fight lol
Hmmm will we get a PS4 version a few years down the line like last time?
This would be an interesting title for them to throw onto the Vita or even the 3DS. That'd look awesome, I'm surprised they've never considered portables.
This game and Charlie Murder were the best beat 'em ups of last gen.
Castle Crashers is still my favorite XBLA game ever. Sunk so many hours into this game with my buddies years ago when it first dropped. I always wished for a sequel and not Battleblock Theater. Hopefully someday.
if you had the 360 version you can download your data through the cloud so you don't miss out on any of the characters, orbs, or weapons you unlocked in the original. I highly recommend doing it, takes all of 5 minutes. Does require pulling out the 360 though.
So would I just need to transfer my 360 content from the hard drive to the cloud? Then pull that right on to the One?
hey Paytaa, they have instructions for how to do it here: http://blog.thebehemoth.com... Basically you boot the game on your 360, tell it to upload to the cloud, then boot the game on XB1 and tell it to pull the data in from the cloud.
Same as Borderlands then.. Was a pain as my 360 has been offline for near 1 1/4 years, so many updates!
i hope they don't waste years before having a ps4 version~
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