‘Monster Mash’ is a classic tune that we reckon totes inspired Crypt of the NecroDancer. You’ll catch on in a flash to this graveyard smash against a rash of fiend-filled floors to bash. What kinda fiends? Try shaking-it skeletons. Zumba-ing zombies. Dancing dragons. And stacks more body-moving monsters looking to body you. Get lost in the deadly dance of the game’s 40-tracks-deep soundtrack. Or bring in your own hottest-hits playlist and convert it into a baddie slay-list. As you twist and shake through ever-shifting dungeons, you’ve gotta respect one basic dance rule. Stick to the beat to beat it, or just beat it on out of there! And this boxed version of Crypt of the NecroDancer comes stuffed with the Amplified prequel DLC. As you’d hope, everything has been cranked up. Bigger boss battles. All-new levels to shred. New groovy gear. Plus, a power-packed playable protagonist called Nocturna who’s rearing to turn up and turn it up.
DID YOU KNOW?
Crypt of the NecroDancer is a cross between two rad gaming genres. Toe-tapping rhythm games. And foe-slapping roguelikes. But while rhythm games are all about busting moves in time to tunes, like, what’s a roguelike? They generally involve dungeon crawling and plenty of falling. As in, you die and do it all over a bunch! You can also play the digital versions right now