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Corey Hall
E3 2019: Conan Chop Chop Preview
Gather some friends and shred through stick figure enemies!
06.27.19 - 2:32 PM

If one thing is abundantly clear, Conan Chop Chop is not your typical rogue-lite title. Blending some elements of a roguelike — like its procedurally generated map layout, hack and slash action, and its sense of exploration — along with elements of Conan the Barbarian, this title is a ridiculously fun, silly, and blood-splattering adventure.

Reminiscent of games like Castle Crashers and Binding of Isaac, Conan Chop Chop is the perfect game to play with three friends for hours in local co-op. Explore the four distinct biomes of Hyboria, each with its own dungeon, in your quest to defeat the evil Thoth-Amon as you take on progressively harder enemies and try to stay alive. Players can improve their chances of survival by finding coins used to acquire new weapons and temporary upgrades, or by searching chests scattered throughout the world.

Conan Chop Chop will bring its silly, sometimes sadistic, and totally satisfying brand of fun to players on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 3rd!


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