The Metronomicon, the rhythm RPG from Akupara Games and Puuba, will come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017. Multiplayer across all game modes, a new playable character and even more content to be announced will debut on consoles. The PC version will receive a free update, maintaining parity between all platforms.
Face off in thumping musical showdowns against fearsome enemies by dancing to the beat, harnessing the powers of tunage to unleash powerful attacks in real time, turn-based-inspired combat. Build a party, equip your gear and level up to unleash your choice of each hero’s special abilities. Each boss defeated unlocks more music, gear and power.
Mysterious dance parties are crashing down around the world of Koras, summoning dangerous party monsters wherever they fall. A group of heroes, trained in the rhythmic combat arts, must bring peace back to their world. Using the Metronomicon, a tome of immense musical power, they embark upon a daring quest spanning rock star-haunted castles, medieval party yachts and other rocking locations.
Beyond the story-driven campaign, The Metronomicon features freeplay, arena challenges, a variety of sidequests, dailies, and multiple difficulty settings to provide players with countless hours of entertainment as they disco their way through the world of Koras, dishing out dubstep beat downs.
“As an RPG with a laugh-out-loud story, strategic combat system, rhythm game control scheme and a rocking soundtrack, The Metronomicon is a game like none other,” said Akupara Games Co-Founder David Logan. “We can’t wait to share this epic adventure with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One community.”

 About Akupara
Akupara Games is an award-winning independent games publisher and developer, headed by industry veteran David Logan, best known for its 2014 hit adventure game Whispering Willows. Other titles from the company include Keep in Mind and The Metronomicon.
 To learn more about Akupara Games, please visit the official website. 
About Puuba
Puuba is a small Los Angeles based indie studio founded to create hard-to-pronounce, hard-to-explain and ridiculous games that they’d really like to play. Led by developer Danny Garfield, since 2014, Puuba has released Concursion, The Weaponographist, and The Metronomicon. He rarely misses a comic shop Wednesday.
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