Initially debuting as a Kickstarter back in early 2014 by aheartfulofgames which raised $31,745 and later debuting on the Steam PC platform later that year debuting as an early access title. Now the 3D brawler Heart&Slash makes itís way to PlayStation 4 in both digital and physical format.
For those experiencing the title for the first time, Heart&Slash is a rogue-like, very tough, permadeath 3D brawler where you play as 'Heart' a cute - albeit malfunctioning - little robot in a world full of evil machines intent on your making your conform. Death within Heart&Slash means restarting the game with a brand new set of weapons - of which there are tons of - along with switched-up levels and enemies for you to battle through.
The physical release is currently only dated for release in the UK and a few selected European territories, on June 24th from publisher's PQube and BadLand Games, itís expected to come bundled with an original artbook and soundtrack CD. Pre-orders are currently open on Amazon UK with a budget-price of £19.99.
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Small independent studio aheartfulofgames was founded by two videogame professors at DigiPen Bilbao.
PQube are a growing UK based publisher who handle titles such as BlazBlue, Guilty Gear, WRC, MotoGP and many more.
BadLand Games are a publisher split between Spain and UK that most recently released Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter for all major platforms.