I love the rhythmic gameplay of Crypt of the Necrodancer. I was glued to my Switch once it released last February. With laser focus, I danced through its clever design and roguelike dungeons. Then I quit right after getting destroyed by the game’s titular boss.
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DLC for the roguelike dungeon crawler rhythm game Crypt of the Necrodancer is now available in Early Access on Steam.
Crypt of the Necrodancer is already tough, but what speedrunner SpootyBiscuit recently pulled off is remarkable. No one has done it, and not even the developers can really believe it happened.
Throw your detective hat into a pile of rotting fish after that whole Steam winter sale sorta-kinda-not-really alternate reality game? Well, snatch it out. Intrepid sleuths have uncovered evidence of something much larger: a series of symbols and puzzle pieces that span multiple seemingly unrelated games.
The excellent music rhythm game Crypt of the Necrodancer is coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita on February 2. The game has crossbuy support, so if you pick it up on one platform, you’re good to go on the other.
Crypt of the Necrodancer is an amazing game, and it’s coming to both PlayStation 4 and Vita, the developers announced today! There’s no release date for the rhythm action game just yet, but it’s the perfect handheld game.
Crypt of the Necrodancer — the rhythm roguelike that lets you control the game with a dance pad — is out for PC and Mac on Steam early access, and while I've been really digging it in its early state, I wanted to see what other people think. In particular, the average person that hasn't played a dance pad game since…
Yeah, the DualShock 4’s got that fancy Share button. And the Xbox One controller sounds like it’s doing cool stuff with feedback. But, know this: if people all over the world start powering up Dance Dance Revolution dancepads again, it’s because Crypt of the Necrodancer looks like it’s going to be freaking awesome.