Control The Metronomicon the Way YOU Want
Today it was announced by Kasedo Games and Puuba that the upcoming rhythm RPG game The Metronomicon will be fully compatible with existing peripheral controllers and dance mats, giving the players the option to play the game however they want.
Check out the developer diary #7 of The Metronomicon, where the developer demonstrates the different peripherals that the player can use to play the game:
“While the game can still be played with a standard gamepad or keyboard, players will now be able to use their favourite existing peripheral music game controllers to make The Metronomicon the most immersive rhythm RPG experience to date.
Fans of the game will also have the chance to purchase a limited edition ‘The Metronomicon’ branded dance pad to partner the game. The responsive and sturdy dance pads are custom built by US company Precision Dance Pads, and are specially adapted to compliment the gameplay of The Metronomicon as you take the fight to a multitude of dance-mongering fiends.
The dance pads will be available to purchase soon from www.precisiondancepads.com.
The use of the various peripheral devices is explained in more detail in ‘The Metronomicon Minute’, the latest devlog from Puuba, where Lead Developer Danny Garfield explains how the various controllers will seamlessly work with the game and exclusively announces a new song to be featured in The Metronomicon.
We are also pleased to announce that following its Best Indie Game award at PAX East and Best RPG nomination at E3, The Metronomicon will be coming to GamesCom, Germany in August.
Kasedo Games is the ‘digital first’ – Division of Kalypso Media. The Kasedo Games label is committed to publishing high quality games, developed by handpicked and highly talented Indie developers. Titles already published under the Kasedo label include ‘Hegemony Rome: Rise of Caesar‘; (Win), ‘Crowntakers‘ (Win, Mac, Lin, mobile), ‘Upwards, Lonely Robot‘ (Win) and ‘Excubitor‘ (Win, Mac, Lin). Upcoming titles include ‘Project Highrise‘ (Win, Mac) and ‘The Metronomicon‘(Win, Mac).”
For more information on The Metronomicon, visit its official website.