Cursed Castilla EX Gets Limited Physical Release via Play-Asia

Play-Asia is releasing a physical version for throwback action-platformer Cursed Castilla EX, and it’s coming with a whole host of goodies.

Featured above, the game is getting a limited edition, physical release exclusively via Play-Asia. It includes:

  • A Cursed Castilla EX PS4 game disc
  • A soundtrack CD with more than 70 minutes of chiptune music
  • A full color manual, a numbered certificate
  • A collector’s box
  • A collector’s card

This release is limited to 3,000 copies worldwide, and will cost $29.99. You can find it here on Play-Asia’s official website.

Described as an upgraded version of Maldita Castle, the original game by indie Spanish developer Locomalito, the game’s EX version adds new enemies, bosses, and stages to the original freeware game.

Here’s a rundown on the game, via Abylight Studios:

The tears of a young witch have been turned by a demon into a key that opens up a gateway for the evil in this world. The King Alfonso VI of León has gathered his loyal knights to get to Tolomera del Rey and finish the nightmare using the power of the Witch’s tears. Banish the zombies and demons that entered the Kingdom of Castile with Don Ramiro, the loyal King’s Knight, and his friends. For that, you will use a different range of weapons to defeat your enemies through the cursed lands of Tolomera, in a pure classic arcade action style.

Explore Tolomera del Rey in depth thanks to brand new game stages and fight against new final bosses and enemies. Also, you will become a seasoned monster hunter with the new illustrated bestiary with unlockable information about the legends featured in the game. Brag about your combat skills with 15 new unlockable achievements and yell your battle cry with new songs for the original soundtrack and the remastered audio.

It’s worth mentioning Cursed Castilla EX has been available for a multitude of platforms, including: PC, Linux, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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