pixel devil and the broken cartridge xbox

It may be Jumanji: The Next Level that is currently wowing the big screen crowds, but if you want to take in an adventure which thrusts you into the 8-bit world of video games, then the launch of Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge on Xbox One should be something to check out.

Available to purchase and download this very minute from the Xbox Store for Xbox One, Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge is the second launch in the space of a week for the team at Victory Road, following on from Oliver’s Adventures in the Fairyland to provide something a little different to gamers.

Priced at just £4.19, Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge focuses efforts on the old school pixel platforming scene, as you work your way through 8-bit gaming environments, take on big bosses, and move through challenging stages to discover the secrets within. With new skills and abilities to learn as you go, your main aim will be to try and understand how, and why, all old school gaming heroes have turned evil.

Featuring awesome pixel art visuals, stages, bosses and that good old iconic 8-bit audio, anyone wishing to take in the glory years of gaming will no doubt enjoy what is found here in Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge.

If that sounds like something you wish to involve yourself in then head to the Xbox Store right now, grab the download and enjoy the madness of what unfolds. And if you wish to know more, keep an eye out for our upcoming review of Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge on Xbox One.

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Game Description:

Pixel Devil and the Broken Cartridge is an old school pixel art platformer. The protagonist ends up in the world of 8-bit video games. Help him get through challenging levels, beat various bosses, learn new skills, and find the villain behind the abduction of young women. But more importantly, together you’ll have to find the answer to the big question: why have the characters of old school video games suddenly turned evil?


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