Nicalis Set To Bring Full Mojo Rampage To Consoles Later This Year


Nicalis Inc., the publisher/developer behind cult hits The Binding of Isaac and Cave Story, have announced that they will be bringing Full Mojo Rampage to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this spring. Developed by Over The Top Games, the action-RPG released for Windows PC back in May 2014.

Based around aspects of voodoo culture, Full Mojo Rampage has players working to please ancient deities known as Loa. In order to do this, up to four players can storm their way through randomly generated levels in order to slaughter their enemies, and in turn, work to improve their dark magic abilities.

For those looking for either a tough rogue-like adventure, or a new multiplayer quest to task with your friends, the feature set of Full Mojo Rampage should be right up your alley.

Battle strange and challenging foes via intense, roguelike action RPG style gameplay.

Tear through the Voodoo realm in randomly generated vivid environments brimming with secret rooms, shrines and loot. Forcefully avenge the Voodoo gods known as Loa to earn special items and enhancements.

Voodoo with up to 4 players cooperatively on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, featuring a multitude of improvements such as enhanced visuals, new content and gameplay adjustments based on player feedback

Play solo, or experience a wide variety of cooperative game modes including Campaign, Daily Quests, Survival Mode and Endless Mode, as well as up-to-8-player competitive modes such as Capture the Flag, Deathmatch and King of Mojo.

Gain power and upgrade characters via earned experience and gold, which persist through death – dying is not an end, it is only a means of becoming a stronger voodoo soul!

Jam out to an original soundtrack composed by Alistar Lindsay of Prison Architect fame.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the RPG are more or less similar to the previously released PC edition. The big addition is the newly implemented Endless Mode, but Over The Top Games is also promising that assorted visual, content and gameplay improvements will grace the console versions.

Tell us, are you interested in conjuring up some voodoo magic with Full Mojo Rampage when it hits consoles this spring? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!