Oniken and Odallus release dates confirmed for PS4

After taking ever-so slightly longer to port than originally anticipated, indie publisher Digerati is delighted to finally confirm the PS4 release dates for Oniken: Unstoppable Edition and Odallus: The Dark Call.

Both games, which are developed by Blazing Chrome developer, JoyMasher, will be available to download from the PS Store on 24/25 March (NA/EU respectively). PS Plus members will be able to purchase the games with a 20% launch discount for a limited time.

In related news, an Oniken and Odallus double-pack bundle has launched today for Xbox One and is available to download now with a limited time discount.

Oniken: Unstoppable Edition

In a post-apocalyptic future controlled by a sinister corporation, ninja mercenary Zaku is the last hope for humanity. Inspired by the demanding gameplay of 8-bit action/platformers, Oniken: Unstoppable Edition pits your agility and swordplay against a gauntlet of enemies, traps, and challenging bosses.

Key features

  • 8-bit inspired pixel art and music
  • Cinematic cutscenes
  • Six difficult missions, plus additional bonus stages
  • Battle 18+ bosses in the campaign or Boss Rush mode
  • Single-life Hardcore Mode for a true challenge

Trailer: https://youtu.be/mMeNoJoELXs

Odallus: The Dark Call

The old gods have forgotten this land… Odallus: The Dark Call is an exploration/action game and loving homage to the 8-bit genre classics. You play as Haggis – a battle-weary warrior who must wield his sword once more to rescue his son from Darkness.

Key Features

  • Eight levels open to exploration
  • Huge bosses
  • Sharp controls
  • Rad 8-bit graphics
  • Thrilling atmosphere
  • 8+ hours of gameplay
  • 50+ enemy types
  • Veteran Mode
  • Go full retro with TV Filter (CRT) and Window Screen Size (4:3) options

Trailer: https://youtu.be/Bk5D1oHnLH8

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