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'Full Mojo Rampage' Heading to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Arriving in Spring 2016

Voodoo-infused rogue-like role-playing game "Full Mojo Rampage" will be hitting consoles soon. As announced in the blog by California-based developer and publisher Nicalis, the game by Over The Top Games will be available soon to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game has been playable via PC since 2014. So this time around, the game will be expanded to bring it to a wider audience.

According to PlayStation Lifestyle, the game will be getting an update which will add in a variety of visual, content and gameplay improvements. It will also be bringing a new game mode which is called 'Endless Mode.'
The game will center on the facets of voodoo culture wherein players will need to satisfy ancient deities known as Loa. To be able to successfully do this, We Got This Covered detailed that up to four players will need to find their way through randomly generated spooky 3D environments. They will need to battle and defeat enemies, as well as enhance their dark magic abilities. The game also has an online versus mode for up to eight players such as Capture the Flag, Deathmatch, and King of Mojo.

Other features that gamers can expect for the console version are strange and challenging enemies. There are other cooperative game modes as well such as Campaign, Daily Quests, and Survival Mode. Players can also gain power and have an upgrade with their characters through earned experience and gold. Through this particular feature, the player can persist through death. The original soundtrack created by Alistar Lindsay of Prison Architect will also be playing in the background. Aside from that, there will be plenty of items and rewards that can be unlocked such as masks, pins, mojos, and power-ups.

The price for the console version of "Full Mojo Rampage" is not announced yet but it sells for $12.99 for the Steam version. It is expected to hit store shelves by spring this year.

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