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A Long Day’s Knights

Castle Crashers Remastered Coming To PS4, Nintendo Switch

The original Castle Crashers came out 11 years ago on the Xbox 360 and immediately established itself as a game with strong personality, fun quirks, and challenging but wonderful co-op gameplay. That original game was followed up with a remaster on Xbox One in 2015 and it is that version that is now arriving on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime this year.

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Relive the medieval madness

Castle Crashers Remastered on Xbox One; Free for 360 Owners

Slaughtering your way across the anarchic world of Castle Crashers is akin to looking through the eyes of a sociopath who majored in Medieval History while tripping on acid. Maybe you missed the surreal subversion of fantasy tropes the first time around, but its finally time to rectify that. Castle Crashers Remastered is finally out on the Xbox One. Coming in at $14.99 for first time Crashers, this enhanced edition of the beat'em'up is free for owners of the 360 version, so long as you pick it up before the 20th.

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Exclusive mini game added to this version!

Castle Crashers Remastered Coming to Xbox One This Summer

Among the new games and content being revealed during E3 this year, we heard some exciting news regarding one of our personal favorite co-op beat-em-up titles, Castle Crashers! This summer, fans of the smash hit indie title will be able to grab the remastered version of the game on Xbox One! That's right, Castle Crashers will once again ...

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Can't go wrong with Purple Guy.

Castle Crashers Character DLC Brawls onto PSN

It might be time to jump back into the whimsical, absurd, and often vulgar world of Castle Crashers. Behemoth finally released the Legend of the Blacksmith and the Can't Stop Crying DLC packs in the North American regions on PSN for $1.99 each. Each pack gets buyers one character, new weapons, and those ever so adorable/gross animal companions. Blacksmith unlocks the valiant blacksmith, known as the purple knight, while Crying grants control over Hatty Hattington, the face of Battleblock Theater, who literally can't stop crying.

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Castle Crashers Gets a PC/Mac Release Date

In 2008, one of the greatest beat-em-ups of all time was released on Xbox Live Arcade. It went on to become a smash hit, one of the best selling games on the service. In 2010, that same game was released on the Playstation Network, allowing PS3 owners to enjoy it. Now, more than four years after its initial release, non-console gamers can get their hands on Castle Crashers

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