Love your retro Japanese adventures? Still adore the 16-bit style? Aggelos has launched on Xbox One to deliver a bit of both.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Aggelos from PQube has previously been available on PC and Nintendo Switch, but now it’s time for the Xbox masses to get in on the retro action as well, as they head off on a new adventure that promises to be one big old struggle.
Splashing out on the £11.99 asking price for Aggelos will see you granted access to a game that could well have found a home decades back in the 16-bit era of gaming. But on the face of it, this certainly has space in a modern day gamer’s life as we get dropped into the centre of a struggle for survival. See, Aggelos on Xbox One gives us one direct goal – to save the peaceful Kingdom of Lumen from being overrun by those from another dimension.
Expect to find plenty of combat opportunities, a lovely combination of retro meets modern day in terms of the game design, and enough secrets, side-quests and adventure to keep you busy for many a day.
If that is your bag and you wish to give Aggelos on shot on Xbox One then mosey on over to the Xbox Store in order to send a download forward. That price of £11.99 seems like a reasonable one to take in for a game that promises so much, although you should most certainly keep an eye out for our upcoming review soon. It’ll be sure to fill you in on the finer details and provide clarification once and for all over whether that price is a worthy one.
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Step through time and discover a mesmerizing new action-RPG that looks like it was plucked straight out of the 16-bit era, but plays like a modern-day marvel! Inspired by non-linear Japanese retro adventures, Aggelos hurls players into the middle of a colossal struggle for survival as beings from another dimension threaten to invade the peaceful Kingdom of Lumen. Bursting with secrets and side-quests, and boasting slick melee combat that any 2D action game would envy, Aggelos is the perfect combination of retro style and modern-day game design.