Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection available on PC

Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection is available today for PC, Xbox One and PS4, after being a Nintendo Switch exclusive for a few months. This is the new chapter of the Makaimura series, born in the mid-80s in the arcade.

Read more details from the official press release:

Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection is a modern reboot of the legendary Ghosts' n Goblins series, and features stunning book-like graphics. fairy tales and action-packed platforming gameplay. Players guide the brave knight Arthur as he makes his way through whimsical theme park-like horror scenarios on his quest to save the princess from the treacherous demon lord.

New knights, fear not! Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection offers several features and modes to help players on their journey through this demonic fantasy world. Players start by selecting one of three difficulties: Squire, Knight, and Legend. A special Page mode is also available, allowing apprentices to regenerate on the spot with unlimited lives. Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection also features the mystical Umbral Tree, which allows Arthur to learn and enhance a variety of spells and magical abilities. With various weapons, spells and abilities available, it is up to each player to determine their own unique playstyle as they make their way through the Demon Realm.

Adventurous knights can also play together in local co-op mode for two players. The second player can help Arthur by playing one of three support characters: Barry, who creates useful barriers for protection; Kerry, who carries Arthur through danger; and Archie, who creates bridges you can cross. The support player can switch between characters to help Arthur defeat ghostly enemies and overcome unexpected obstacles.

For more information, read our Ghosts' n Goblins Resurrection review for the Nintendo Switch version. To learn more about the series, read our dedicated special.

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