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Platforming action roguelike Rogue Legacy will be sneaking its way onto Sony's home and handheld consoles come July 30th, developer Cellar Door Games has announced.

The PlayStation port of last year's PC, Mac and Linux release will feature Cross-Buy and Cross-Save compatibility between all three of Sony's contemporary platforms, so you only need to buy it once to play and migrate your progress between the various platforms.

The console port was handled by Abstraction Games, who worked on the PlayStation adaptation of Hotline Miami. Sony's version will feature all of the previous content, with a smidgen of new stuff that shouldn't worry fans of the old. "But only a tiny bit," the developer noted on the PlayStation Blog.

"When we originally made Rogue Legacy, we made it with the PS Vita buttons in mind. No joke," said Cellar Door game designer Teddy Lee. "That crazy gamble we made over a year ago paid off, and that means the Vita version plays perfectly!"




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