The long awaited indie game Cuphead finally got its day of release. It first came out all the way back in 2014 at E3, and its official launch is set for September 28, 2017, and it will be available on Xbox One and PC.
The center of the game is the fight against some grand bosses, and it was initially scheduled to arrive in 2016. The release date was withdrawn upon Studio MDHR’s decision to give this project more elements and details and to spice it up a little bit. As you know, in this game you are in control of two sweet cups called Cuphead and Mugman and you can do everything that’s in your power to stop the “bad guys.”
What makes this game so attractive is the world that it represents and that is the animated world where all the fighting actually takes place. For this landscape and some other of its qualities, many players started to enjoy the game which reminds them of Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo time. This title can be bought for Windows 10 or Xbox One, and one could play it on both of them. So, if you don’t happen to own PS4 or Switch, you can indulge yourself with Cuphead, the game that took over the hearts of many.
However, it is bringings some novelties along the way. We will now be having a release of the vinyl soundtrack which is the final product of some creative people at iam8bit. Music that lasts for about 3 hours is made by Kristofer Maddigan, and the name that stands behind the album art is Jango Snow. A soundtrack digital copy will also be a part of it, altogether reaching the price of $100. So, even if you don’t get completely relaxed with Cuphead, you can use this material for other purposes as well.