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Cellar Door Games’ side-scrolling “rogue-lite” Rogue Legacy will finally arrive on PlayStation platforms July 29, the developer announced today in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

According to game designer Teddy Lee, the console and handheld versions of Rogue Legacy will support cross buy and cross save across PS4, PS3, and PS Vita, will tout every feature from the PC version plus all its content patches, will be multi-lingual, and will contain a Platinum Trophy.

“We’re totes mcgoats excited to finally bring it to consoles and handhelds,” Teddy Lee wrote in his post.

Rogue Legacy sees players braving an ever-changing castle across multiple generations, with each previous hero’s child equipped with their own “unique genetic traits,” such as jump-boosting flatulence or color blindness.

The roguelike platformer first debuted on PC almost just over a year ago, on June 27, 2013.

Rogue Legacy sends its successors to their deaths on PS4, PS3, PS Vita July 29

By | 07/9/2014 12:20 PM PT

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Cellar Door Games’ side-scrolling “rogue-lite” Rogue Legacy will finally arrive on PlayStation platforms July 29, the developer announced today in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

According to game designer Teddy Lee, the console and handheld versions of Rogue Legacy will support cross buy and cross save across PS4, PS3, and PS Vita, will tout every feature from the PC version plus all its content patches, will be multi-lingual, and will contain a Platinum Trophy.

“We’re totes mcgoats excited to finally bring it to consoles and handhelds,” Teddy Lee wrote in his post.

Rogue Legacy sees players braving an ever-changing castle across multiple generations, with each previous hero’s child equipped with their own “unique genetic traits,” such as jump-boosting flatulence or color blindness.

The roguelike platformer first debuted on PC almost just over a year ago, on June 27, 2013.

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