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A great title because one of the many cool things about Capcom's Mega Manx X series is that it was set in the mysterious 20XX, a near future where robots could become heroes. 20XX is more than a mere clone, where in addition to a very familiar look and feel it adds both local and online co-op to the formula as well as roguelike action in the form of procedural levels.

Check it out.

“20XX is a marriage of classic action platformer gameplay with modern roguelike design,” said Chris King, founder, Batterystaple Games. “The project has been such an incredible success for our team on PC and we can’t wait to bring console players into the fold when it launches in July.”

As per above 20XX is currently available on PC (via Steam). Very much a homage to the excellent Mega Man X series (which is also getting a re-release as part of a new Legacy Collection), 20XX is set to launch on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on July 10 with Xbox One getting it the next day on July 11.

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