The Swords of Ditto | PAX East 2018

Generations pass as the fight between darkness and light progresses. You’re the hero, the one who bares the destiny of expelling evil. Anyone who wields the swords inherits the previous struggles and experiences.

Parallel to that of the Zelda universe. Travel to dungeons and gather goodies to improve your evil slaying self. Save the town from darkness. The more success you have on your adventure the more positive influence you have on the ambiance. Sun is shining, everyone is happy but it’s a complete 180 when failure strikes. Gloomy weather, damaged infrastructures and a dash of depressed NPC.

I enjoyed the tandem gameplay as kicking ass with friends is always better than solo. It’s a good way to be exposed to the many ‘Toys’ you can use. Bow, yoyo mace, and my personal favorite, a suit that resembles a Power Ranger’s helmet. Overgrown Chibi and full of karate chops, definitely a force to be reckoned with.

Play randomized dungeons with randomized sprites for endless combinations. Build up your stats to improve the play of future generations. Trial and error to learn how to live for tomorrow.

The Swords of Ditto developed by onebitbeyond releases April 24, 2018 for PC and PlayStation 4.
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Juan was raised in a place where dysfunctional urban youth tainted the lives of those who were exposed to the drugs and the gunfire that lit the streets. In order to survive, he kept himself barricaded in his room, in the trenches of Nintendo and Sega. It’s how his passion developed for gaming and how the creative imagination took the driver’s seat. Gaming is an escape from the struggles of life and to express frustration. Just because you gain responsibilities as time progresses doesn’t mean you have to let go of gaming. Just adapt and evolve it to best suit your lifestyle and embrace the adventures that being a gamer brings. Stay posted and see what the product of the GAMING EVOLUTION can do.

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