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Can we all just sit back for a minute and be impressed by Castle Crashers‘ success? Originally, this beat-’em-up title debuted in 2008 on Xbox Live Arcade. Four years later, it’s still making lots of money.

Proving that there’s no platform the franchise won’t go to, developer studio The Behemoth is announcing that their flagship game will be headed to Steam in less than five days.

It’s coming out for both Mac and PC, too, so there shouldn’t be anyone left out of the mix.

If so inclined, you can go ahead and check out the game’s official Steam page right now. It’s getting the full suite of trimmings too, such as cross-platform multiplayer, local and online co-op, plus Steam achievements and leaderboard support.

Source: The Behemoth

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Castle Crashers Finally Comes To Steam On September 26 For Mac, PC

Can we all just sit back for a minute and be impressed by Castle Crashers' success? Originally, this beat-'em-up title debuted in 2008 on Xbox Live Arcade. Four years later, it's still making lots of money.

By EGM Staff | 09/21/2012 06:30 PM PT

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Can we all just sit back for a minute and be impressed by Castle Crashers‘ success? Originally, this beat-’em-up title debuted in 2008 on Xbox Live Arcade. Four years later, it’s still making lots of money.

Proving that there’s no platform the franchise won’t go to, developer studio The Behemoth is announcing that their flagship game will be headed to Steam in less than five days.

It’s coming out for both Mac and PC, too, so there shouldn’t be anyone left out of the mix.

If so inclined, you can go ahead and check out the game’s official Steam page right now. It’s getting the full suite of trimmings too, such as cross-platform multiplayer, local and online co-op, plus Steam achievements and leaderboard support.

Source: The Behemoth

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