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Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade


10:05 AM on 06.06.2013



Sidescrolling action RPG ChronoBlade was always slated for browsers (Flash-based, free-to-play), but today we can reveal that it is also coming to Ouya. In fact, a demo will come to Ouya's Discover store as early as this Friday, weeks ahead of the browser open beta. 

nWay's hack-and-slasher features up to four player play,  synchronous PvP and PvE. Level-able skills, combo systems, nice looking visuals (see our gallery) -- not bad! Is this something you'd get down with, Ouya owners?

 

 

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Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo
Ouya gets action RPG ChronoBlade photo





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