Croixleur Sigma is tentatively scheduled for an April 25 release on Steam, Nyu media announced today. The lovely doujin hack-and-slash initially hit western shores early last year, but has since been outfitted with a myriad of enhancements.
Additions include full voice-over, improved graphics, a second playable character with a unique campaign, Steam achievements, and online leaderboards. Nyu Media has also announced a new local two-player co-op feature for the title's survival and time attack modes.
Moreover, the publisher is coordinating with its distributors to ensure those that purchased the game on other platforms can receive Sigma as a free upgrade -- which is nice. I've been toying around with an early build of the game and can safely say its a vast improvement on an experience I already adore.
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