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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Ace Team
Ace Team has updated the PC version of their quirky action title The Deadly Tower of Monsters. The latest patch adds Survival Mode, which will have players alternating between staging and combat platforms. The former allows them to pick and outfit one of the three playable characters before they proceed to the latter, which hosts progressively tougher waves of enemies. Defeated enemies drop coins that can be used to purchase abilities, health, and weapons. The game is also a part of Steam’s Midweek Madness promo, and can be purchased for 66% off until October 7.
Deadly Tower of Monsters developer Ace Team is returning to world of rolling boulders for the good of mankind with Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder. The epoch-spanning tower-defense-styled title will continue in its predecessor’s footsteps by having players crush whatever is in their path. After Atlas misplaces an item necessary to keep the world running smoothly, rulers throughout history have decided to run amok. Various periods of art history are being used to represent the struggle, from Surrealism to Late Gothic, as players attempt to defend their resource nodes and destroy enemy castles. New to the series is a four-player competitive co-op mode where two teams of two try to gather resources and build defenses while destroying their rivals.
Ace Team and director Dan Smith’s exciting, exotic, extraterrestrial action-packed adventure The Deadly Tower of Monsters is now available for PC and PS4. As a trio of B-movie, space-age heroes, players must navigate the tower to save the day. Along the way, they must battle dangerous apes, scary squids, and ray-gun-wielding aliens, all to the commentary of Dan Smith himself. Also, for the next two weeks, the game will be 33% off its regular price of $14.99.
Dick Starspeed, Scarlet Nova, and Robot aren’t slouches in the adventuring department. To prove it, Ace Team has released a new trailer alongside a batch of screenshots highlighting the skills that the trio will call upon in the upcoming action title The Deadly Tower of Monsters. Landmines, energy barriers, time vortexes, and chain lightning are just some of the means with which the gang can battle such nefarious horrors as Mega-Gorilla and Mutant Octopus. Check out this post to get a better idea of what kind villains reside in the tower.
Ace Team’s upcoming action title The Deadly Tower of Monsters is receiving a two-week price drop. The promo will run from launch until February 2, with PS Plus subscribers and Steam users receiving a discount of 33 percent. A permanent bonus was also announced for Steam users, the Scarlet Nova digital calendar.
Atlus has released a new trailer highlighting the goofy fiends in Ace Team’s The Deadly Tower of Monsters. Inspired by older, and in some cases some might say cheap, sci-fi films, the monsters are designed after a time when practical effects ruled cinema. Big Blob, Lizard Man, and Pipe Worm are just a few of the top-tier villains awaiting in the tower.
Atlus has officially launched the full website for Ace Team’s upcoming action title (in spppaaaacceee-accee-acce-ace) Full Deadly Tower of Monsters. A new trailer and screens were also released revealing that Dick Starspeed, Scarlet Nova, and Robot will not only ascend a tower packed with B-movie-styled baddies but also—wait for it—descend it. Freefalling doesn’t just save time, as it can also net players special rewards as well as access to secret areas. The characters can still die, so be sure to use those boosters.
Atlus has announced release details for Ace Team’s action-adventure title The Deadly Tower of Monsters. The Zeno Clash developer is set to make their return on January 19 when the game hits PSN and Steam for $14.99. New media was also released (re)introducing Jonathan Digby as captain Dick Starspeed, Stacy Sharp as princess Scarlet Nova, and of course, Robot as Robot. The group will face off against Lizard-Men, Robot Apes, and other B-movie-style villains in a pew-pew-filled adventure.
Atlus has released an updated version of Abyss Odyssey for PS4, the Extended Dream Edition. The original release of the 2D action platformer is already available for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360, and now next-gen owners—well, current-gen—will get the chance to experience the lovely, challenging adventure in 1080p. In addition to graphical improvements, the game features all updates released for PC, which includes expanded move lists and multiplayer support for two players locally and four players online in duel mode. PS Plus subscribers can currently grab it or the PS3 version for 40% off.