Psychotic’s Colossus Down for PS4 and Switch launches January 28

Currently available on Xbox One and PC.

Psychotic's Colossus Down

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of beat ’em up, shoot ’em up, and platformer hybrid Psychotic’s Colossus Down will launch on January 28 for $17.99, developer Mango Protocol announced. Pre-orders for the Switch version are available now via the Nintendo eShop at a 10 percent-off discount price of $16.19.

Psychotic’s Colossus Down first launched for Xbox One via the Microsoft Store and PC via Steam on December 16, 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Nika has just finished the first phase of her plan to destroy everything that isn’t cool: the construction of a combat mecha called MechaNika. There’s no time to lose, so join forces with her, get your hands on MechaNika’s controls and demolish the entire planet. You have to put an end to history books, planned obsolescence, kitschy dresses, never-ending sagas of boring video games and pea soup.

And if there’s someone in the world that hates vegetables more than Nika, it’s her friend Agatha, the insomniac butcher and prophetess of Carnivorism that loves animals and their succulent meat in equal measure. That’s why, when she learns of the objectives of Nika’s plan, she doesn’t hesitate to join the mission of destruction alongside the Great Bleeding Pig, god of Carnivorism, to subdue any grass-eating, non-believers that get in the way.

But watch out, because along the way you’ll realise that Nika and Agatha are not the only ones that have a plan to change the world, and not everything’s as simple as it might have seemed at the start. You’ll have to make some tough and irreversible decisions to achieve your objectives, or renounce them.

Key Features

  • Join forces with Nika, get behind the controls of MechaNika and bring an end to everything that isn’t cool.
  • Convert your mission into a cooperative experience for two players with Agatha and the Great Bleeding Pig.
  • Manage your resources during combat and execute endless, strategic combos to cause more and more harm to your enemies.
  • Unlock the dumbshredder, the chopping tornado, the groundcracker, the scarlet vomit and up to eight devastating special attacks.
  • Take on innumerable challenges in a combination of beat’em up, shoot’em up, platforming and puzzles.
  • Discover the Neon District, Candyland and the rest of the Psychotic world through 18 totally distinct levels.
  • Locate all of the geeky references, illustrated in a unique visual style.
  • Revel in an original, varied, dynamic and immersive soundtrack.
  • Take crucial and thought-provoking decisions during your quest and discover the four alternative endings for this epic and twisted adventure.
  • Complete the mission with infinite lives or with just one chance in permadeath mode, if you dare…

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