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Underhero Coming To Consoles In February

Digerati has announced that the colorful 2D RPG-Platformer, Underhero is coming to PlayStation 4 (11th/12th), Nintendo Switch (13th), and Xbox One (14th) in February. A 20 % discount will be available for anyone who purchases the game on launch date from the PS Store or Nintendo eShop, whilst anyone who pre-purchases the game on Microsoft Store will also receive a 20% discount.

Inspired by Paper Mario, Underhero offers players a 2D RPG experience but with a bit more adult stuff such as minor violence and blood. It features old school platforming, a time-based combat system, and a quirky cast of weird and wonderful characters.


“Underhero began as a humble passion project inspired by our love for Nintendo RPGs. After many years of hard work, we are extremely happy to share the world we’ve created with a bigger audience than ever before,” say Kay & Andie of Paper Castle. “Get ready to experience a unique battle system and a subversive story full of twists and turns, now on your favorite console!”

Key Features:

  • A side-scrolling RPG adventure, complete with lush pixel art and cartoony aesthetics
  • Jump, slash, evade, talk, and bribe your way through a fantasy adventure with a satirical twist
  • Turn-based combat… without the turns! Precisely timed actions are your most powerful weapons
  • Level up, solve puzzles, find secrets in a world full of friends, foes, and weird inhabitants
  • A wonderful original soundtrack composed by Stijn van Wakeren
  • A story full of humor and mysteries awaits!

For more information on Underhero check out the official trailer below.


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