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‘Guacamelee! Gold Edition’ Launches on PC


DrinkBox Studios is happy to announce Guacamelee! Gold Edition is now available on PC for Steam users for for $14.99, £11.99 and €13.99. In celebration of the games launch, DrinkBox is offering a 10 percent promotional discount on Guacamelee! Gold Edition and a free Steam code for the critically acclaimed Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, valid until August 15.

Guacamelee! Gold Edition includes the full game alongside the first two DLC packs (Costume pack and The Devil’s Playground challenge level), Steam trading card support, Steamworks integration with Achievements, Leaderboards, Cloud Save, and Big Picture Mode, fully remappable keyboard controls and the new create mode that allows players to create and share their own luchador costumes via Steam Workshop.


“We were overwhelmed with the highly positive reception we received after launching Guacamelee! on the PlayStation Network. Since then, we’ve received many requests from Guacamaniacs to bring the game’s intense gameplay and vibrant Mexican-themed setting to other platforms,” said Graham Smith, Co-Founder of DrinkBox Studios. “Steam was always part of the plan for us so we could bring the game to as many gamers as possible, but seeing the response and support from our fans is what really drove us to push forward onto more platforms and we hope the PC guys love it just as much as their PlayStation counterparts.”




Guacamelee! is also available on PlayStation 3 and Vita utilising Cross-Buy functionality for $14.99. Stay tuned for out full review of Guacamelee! Gold Edition very soon, or check out our full PlayStation 3/Vita review here.

Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA, his personal blog and his videos on YouTube.

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